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ARRI’s lone ranger

Our resident DOP Harvey Glen takes the ARRI Amira on a road test and gives us the lowdown Over the summer, I was back in the UK, trying to escape the worst of...

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Grab and shoot

Sony’s latest camera release, the PXW-FS5, launched at IBC this year, is a smaller, sleeker version of the PXW-FS7. Our resident DoP Harvey Glen tests the...

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Xeen Through the glass

Harvey Glen puts the latest Xeen lenses though their paces Xeen recently launched its 24mm, 50mm and 85mm PL mount cine lenses. I was one of the lucky...

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A new resolve

Post-production specialist Alistair Rankine tests the beta version of his favourite grading software, DaVinci Resolve 12, and declares that with some tweaking...

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Testing the Cion

Does AJA’s first camera offering, the Cion, combine good design with functionality? Our resident cinematographer, Harvey Glen, gives us his verdict  ...

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Industry heavyweight

Our resident DoP Harvey Glen tests the Blackmagic URSA and gives us his verdict on the camera’s performance   Blackmagic’s URSA camera was hotly...

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Fit for purpose

Dubai-based cinematographer Harvey Glen road tests the newly released Sony PXW-FS7 while filming CrossFit athlete coach Carlo Milo at the Smart Fitness gym The...

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Mocha Tracker

Mocha has become the industry standard for motion tracking and rotoscoping but does the new version live up to its reputation, investigates Alistair Rankine...

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Sony Alpha 7s

Filmmakers Kamil Roxas and Alison Sheehy test the Sony Alpha 7s and give us their verdict Ever so often, there’s a new feature added on a camera that’s...

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Rekindling the Flame

With the arrival of the 2015 version of Flame, Autodesk seems to have brought the software back on track, says Alistair Rankine. He gives us the lowdown on how...