How to Make TRENDY VIDEOS in 2019!
Let’s look at the cameras used to capture the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. First up, we’ll explore the Phase One films.
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Wired investigates a slice of pinball history with this visit to the Pacific Pinball Museum, where founder Michael Schuessler has collected a massive array of pinball machines dating from contemporary systems all the way back to games from the 1800s.
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The Atomos Shogun 7 is the most featureful recording and monitoring device on the market, capable of recording 5.7K ProRes RAW, live vision switching and an HDR display that allegedly delivers 15+ stops of dynamic range.
Video Recording Up To 5.7K In ProRes RAW
As cameras continue to get bigger in resolution, as does the recording technology. The Atomos Shogun 7 can record up to 5.7K resolution recording, up to 4K 120fps and 2K 240fps for super slow motion action in ProRes RAW (dependant on camera capability). Currently, there isn’t a recorder on the market that is capable of capturing those resolutions and frame rates in RAW, which is an amazing advancement in recording technology. The Shogun 7 seems to replace the Shogun Inferno as Atomos’ flagship recorder.
10-bit 4:2:2 recording is available up to 4K/60p and 2K/240p in ProRes or DNxHR formats, are for richer color.
The Atomos Shogun 7 is not restricted by inputs like in previous versions; four SDI inputs support support Quad Link, Dual Link or Single Link cinema cameras. There is also one HDMI output and one HDMI input for tethering to additional monitors and making use of the Dolby Vision HDR output. Click here for the full article.
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Chrosziel CDM-MK-Z Zoom Motor
The mounting of the Lens Motorization MK-Zoom is very comfortable. Just screw the two screws into the threads at the Fujinon lens. After that, connect the D-Tap power cable with the appropriate camera port and the two Jack cables with the handgrip and the camera. Done.
The slightly rounded CDM-MK-Z housing fits perfectly with the Fujinon lens. The gear meshes exactly with the zoom gear ring of the lens. The integrated PCB with CPU of the zoom motor sets instantaneously control commands that come from a SONY or any other LANC-compatible handle.
What’s in the box
- 1x Servo Device Unit
- 1x D-Tap power cable
- 1x 2.5 mm Jack-Jack cable
- 1x 2.5 mm Jack Extension Cable
- 2x captive mounting screws
- 1x 2.5 mm Allen Key
- 1x Mini-USB-Adapter (MiniUSB>USB)
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Without scans, the Real Time UK team have produce brilliant Digital versions of Cersei, Daenerys, Tyrion and more.
Michael Cioni shows off what he calls “the world’s first 4K inline wireless transmitter,” the zero-latency Teradek Bolt 4K.
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