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Sirui Announces 50mm f/1.8 1.33x Anamorphic Lens for APS-C Cameras
Exciting news for filmmakers. Sirui has announced the launch of an affordable Anamorphic lens for APS-C cameras coming in January 2020!
Manfrotto Nitrotech 608 | Fast Tripod and Fluid Head Review
The main thing for most of us is we want our gear to “just work” and we simply cannot be spending a ton of time calibrating our rigs every time we move on a shoot location. This is one of the great things about this new Nitrotech system, out of the box, having no clue what we were doing, this video tripod just simply worked!
Win a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K & More in Artlist’s Halloween Horror Film Contest
For this Halloween, Artlist is launching their first-ever Horror Film contest and giving away over $3,000 in prizes, including a Blackmagic 6K Pocket Cinema camera and much more!
SIGMA Launches A New Line of Full-Frame Classic Art Prime Cine Lenses at IBC 2019
SIGMA’s new “Full-Frame Classic Art Primes” for Cinema offers unrivaled expression for artists!
New Portable Zoom Lens Designed for 4k Broadcast Cameras Announced by Canon
More good news for the professional videographers out there! Canon has officially launched info and specs on the new CJ15ex4.3B 4k UHD Portable Zoom Lens!
Canon Officially Announces The EOS C500 Mark II Camera with 5.9K/60p Cinema RAW Light Recording
Cinema Shooters Rejoice! Canon has officially launched the specs, release date, and pricing for the new EOS C500 Mark II Cinema Camera!
Panasonic Officially Announces 6K Video Capable Lumix DC-S1H Camera and S Pro 24-70mm f/2.8 Lens
Panasonic introduces a “world first” with it’s DC-S1H full-frame camera; able to offer 6K/24p recording in a 3:2 format along with Dual Native ISO!
Nitecore Enters The Lens Market With A Line of Full-Frame Cinema Lenses
Nitecore, the company known for its battery and lighting equipment, has surprised everyone with the announcement of a lineup of new full frame cinema prime lenses! Are they the real deal? Or are they a re-branding from a different company? EIther way the specs on these look pretty impressive!