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Wireless Lens Control Systems on 4.30.14

An Introduction to the ARRI Amira on 5.7.14

Post NAB Lighting Updates from Zylight (F8, Z90, IS3c LEDs) on 5.14.14

Sony Anycast Touch Tutorial on 3.26.14

Panasonic Covers 4K on 3.19.14

An Introduction to the MoVI M10 Camera Stabilizer System

An Overview of the ARRI AlexaXT Digital Cinema Camera

Canon EOS 1D C: 4K Video Capture, Grab and Print on 11.20.13

An Introduction to the Odyssey7 and 7Q Monitor/Recorder

Black Betty: Building A DIY Cinema Camera on 9.18.13

An Introduction to the New Sony Anycast Touch Switcher on 7.10.13

Canon C100: Best Kept Secrets on 6.26.13

The Building Blocks of Smart Storage on 6.19.13

APT: Producer’s Guide to Distribution on 6.12.13

The Latest in Zeiss Lensing on 5.15.13

View from the Top: Aerial Cinematography on 5.22.13

Panasonic NAB Recap: AVC Ultra, ToughPad + More on 5.8.13

An Overview of the Sony F5 and F55 5.1.13

The Fundamentals of Production Budgeting & Payroll Management on 4.3.13

The Art of Sound Design on 3.27.13

Radically Simple Asset Management on 3.20.13

Shooting Interviews: Tips and Techniques on 3.13.13

Crash Course in Wedding Videography & Filmmaking on 2.27.13

Canon Cinema EOS Systems: The Evolution Into the 4K Capture World on 3.6.13

LED Lighting from Litepanels on 2.20.13

Sony Pro Moni-Tour Workshop on 2.13.13

LED Lighting from Litepanels on 2.20.13

Techniques for Managing Metadata on 2.6.13

Sony Pro Moni-Tour Workshop with Tony Rombola on 2.13.13

Sony F5 and F55 Overview on 1.23.13

A Lens for Every Story with Canon's Ken Rowe on 1.30.13

Techniques for Managing Metadata with Jan Crittenden TODAY 2.6.13

Digital Asset Management Solutions on 1.16.13

PREVIEW: Making Blackmagic (Cinema Camera) Work for You on 12.12.12

Making Blackmagic (Cinema Camera) Work for You on 12.12.12

 
 
 

Description:

Rule’s Equipment Manager, Adam Van Voorhis, provides a practical look at the affordable Blackmagic Cinema Camera reviewing all you need to know to get started and how best to maximize this low-cost tool for your next project -- including post workflow and Cinema DNG RAW. Featured guest, Joe Marine, Managing Editor of NoFilmSchool, adds an insightful look at the camera based on user and community perspectives.

ABOUT NoFilmSchool: NoFilmSchool is a site for DIY filmmakers and independent creatives. The site focuses on tools and technology relevant to filmmakers, writers, directors, editors, producers, cinematographers, bloggers, designers and entrepreneurs. To learn more, visit nofilmschool.com/

ABOUT THE BLACKMAGIC CINEMA CAMERA: The new and affordable Blackmagic Cinema Camera features a 2.5K image sensor with a wide 13 stops of dynamic range, built-in SSD recorder, open standard uncompressed RAW and compressed file formats, compatibility with quality EF or Passive Micro Four Thirds lenses, LCD touchscreen monitor with metadata entry to speed-up the post-production process, and UltraScope and DaVinci Resolve Software. Contact us for more details at answers@rule.com or 800.rule.com.

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Date Published: 12/13/2012
 

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Maximizing the Mass Tax Credits for Your Production on 11.14.12

Canon Full Cinema EOS Line-up and 4K Workflow on 11.28.12

Supplementing the Avid Media Composer Workflow for 2K+ on 10.24.12

Build-A-Rig Workshop on 10.10.12

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