Movement: an increasingly popular strategy that we industry folk use to add production value. A dolly shot, jib shot or aerial shot can add great value to your production – […]
At the 2014 NAB convention Panasonic unveiled the third generation of the VariCam camera series, the VariCam HS and its big brother the VariCam 35. These cameras are the first modular style professional video cameras Panasonic has ever designed. It seems like Panasonic looked into the future (or at the RED Scarlet), and what they saw was camera’s being mixed and matched with different recorders and lenses, so they kept that in mind when they set out in designing the new camera series. What they have done that is different from the competition is drawn a line between their high-speed camera and cinema camera.
The Canon CINE-SERVO CN7x17 KAS S is a Super 35mm 17–120mm T2.95 lens you can shoot cinema, broadcast news, or run-and-gun with it on your next corporate shoot. There really is not much this servo lens cannot do. Canon designed this servo lens for the new market of 4K cameras, and they designed it to be good enough to mount on a studio camera or bring along on your next ENG shoot.
It’s not a foreign concept for anyone in any industry. People understand this law, it’s quite universal, and it’s referred to as Murphy’s Law. It states, if there is a possibility of something happening, it is then likely to happen. It commonly pairs itself with drastic circumstances one would not generally consider preparing themselves to troubleshoot.
We book hundreds of shoots every month for clients all over the world. We gather all the data about the specs of the shoot and plug it into our database. At the end of a 30 day period we run the report and publish it in our newsletter for your benefit. Are you taking advantage of this? Well, here is how you can benefit from our data…
Take a sneak peek from our camera crew at a behind-the-scene photo of the Storm Tracker 2690 XP video shoot we did with Troy Bilt lawn care products.