Hawk Vantage One

Hawk have just broadened their lens range to include a full set of T1 PL primes. This makes the fastest set of PL primes available anywhere. Their actual performance at T1 is still untested publicly.

F&D Times has the report on the new Hawk Vantage One primes.

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A.C.S. Award to For Evie

Our film For Evie was awarded Silver in the Fictional Shorts category by the A.C.S. last night at their annual awards for cinematography.

Congratulation to the whole Cast and Crew, a whole lot of work has been put in by everyone involved!

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Official Sony F5 and F55 Forum

Sony have opened an official forum for their recently announce F and F55. There is quite a lot of new information appearing there.

F5 and F55 Forum

The Australian product launch for this series is also open for bookings.

F5 and F55 Product Launch

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Panavision Dynamax

The Genesis was the last new digital camera Panavision built, in cooperation with Sony. Since then there have been many rumours and reports over the years of their next generation, based on their Dynamax sensor designs.

I’m not sure what to make of this latest announcement, but reading between the lines, they may have given up on making a new camera and appear to be skewing their motion picture sensor designs toward industrial applications.

Panavision Dynamax

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Samurai v4 Firmware

The long awaited DNxHD codec capability has now been added to the Atomos Samurai. It is still only in MOV Quicktime format sadly, so your traditional Quicktime gamma bugs and general incompatibilities will still apply, but an MXF container is coming.

Samurai v4 Firmware

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