In this episode Adorama TV host, Rich Harrington visits the Blackmagic Design booth at NAB to speak with Stuart Ashton about some hot new products.
The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera with 13 stops of dynamic range, Super 16 sensor, MFT lenses with ProRes and RAW recording is available for pre-order now at adorama.com
Also available for pre-order is the Blackmagic Production Camera 4K. A high resolution 4K digital film camera with large Super 35 sensor and global shutter for 4K and Ultra HD production.
In this tutorial, Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman show how to use digital slates during a shoot to track information such as exposure, aperture, and take numbers.
This tutorial explores tripods and fluid heads in detail, and offers practical advice for using tripods in a shoot.
Check out the weekly series here — http://www.lynda.com/video-tutorials/DSLR-Video-Tips/103707-2.html
This digital video tutorial explains what causes shaky footage (probably the camera operator) and how to solve it (with image stabilization, tripods, and other suggestions.) Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/video-tutorials/DSLR-Video-Tips/103707-2.html
This digital video tutorial explains what a matte box is, and how it can protect your video from flares and also hold filters for your camera. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/course-tutorials/DSLR-Video-Tips-Rich-Harrington/10370....
AdoramaTV presents DSLR | Video Skills with Richard Harrington. Join Rich as he explains the importance of properly monitoring your shot. Unlike digital photography, there are not many options available to fix a video after a field shoot.
In this episode, learn different ways you can prevent focus or exposure problems by adding extra equipment to help. Items such as a camera rig, a reliable viewfinder, and a field monitor will help you to avoid problems that can not be fixed in post.