Alexa Walkthrough

Gary Adcock has posted a short walk through of the Alexa menu, buttons and connector systems on Vimeo. The layout looks very nice and simple.

Alexa Systems

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Red Colorimetry

Art Adams has nice article up covering the improvements to the Reds colour science since build 30.

Red Colorimetry

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Cinedeck

Looks like the Cinedeck is starting to become widely available. Neat piece of kit.

Ablecine Video Blog

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Sony NEX-VG10

Things are beginning to get interesting in the the budget S35 sensor market. This is Sony’s lower end entry, with higher end models to come. APS HD sensor with 24MB AVCHD and interchangeable E-Mount lenses. Hopefully the OLPF is optimised fully for HD resolutions, and the DSLR craze will die quietly and quickly.

Sony NEX-VG10 Youtube Promo

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Alexa In The Wild

The ARRI Alexa is appearing here and there through out the world. Not all features are yet enabled though.

Barry Adcocks’ Blog

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Red MX Test Part 1

Adam Wilt has a short test posted on his recently upgraded RED One. The new MX sensor is a definite improvement over the original. After many years they are now almost matching their published specs for the original RED One.

Red Mysterium-X Test Part 1

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Updated Showreel

A short compilation of shots from the last year or so. Watch on Vimeo in HD for the best quality.

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