Sony Announces NEX F3 Camera. $600 With 18-55mm Lens.


The new Sony NEX F3 camera has been announced. The feature set is very similar to the popular Sony NEX 5N. This entry level interchangeable lens camera packs a punch with 60 fps in full 1920 X 1080 HD. It is also super cheap at just under $600 with the 18-55mm kit lens. The only major drawback I can see is the lack of interchangeable batteries. This would be a huge misstep for Sony....Read More

High-Speed & Time-Lapse.


  High-speed and time-lapse are sort of the opposite but make a great pair to write about.  One is hundreds of stills recorded per second and the other is generally one frame per second or longer.  I chose to write about both as both are of great interest to me. I have had a lot of opportunity to shoot with high-speed cameras for well over a decade now with my first experience being on...Read More

Camera Movement Then And Now.


Camera movement is something we all take for granted this past half decade.  We used to have bigger cameras, heavy dollies, camera cranes etc that required a large crew to man and rig. Cameras now of course are much smaller, lighter and allow us to get shots we couldn’t with say a MovieCam Compact or a Arri 4BLs.  Because cameras have changed so much we have access to tools to help move the camera...Read More

Wide Open Camera Cold Shoe Adapter For Sony NEX 5N Cameras.


We have a limited supply of these cold shoe adapters for the Sony NEX 5N camera. The adapter is made of aluminum with a black hard coat anodizing that is scratch resistant. One small set screw is included with a velvet carry pouch. The WOC Sony NEX 5N cold shoe adapter is $35.00 US with free shipping for US customers only.Read More

Becoming A Specialist VS. Jack (hack) Of All Trades!


The DSLR revolution has been beneficial to most starting out in the business and to existing working professionals it has caused some distention.  Affordable, compact, high quality cameras have opened up doors to many and has encroached on the turf of others. We have always seen the jack of all trades filmmaker in our business.  The director/actor/writer/DP/camera operator/composer/editor/producer, etc etc etc has been around for decades but this amalgamation of roles has certainly become...Read More

Movie Clip Of The Week. The Yards. Harris Savides.


The Yards was the first narrative feature I ever worked on. It was directed by James Gray with cinematography by Harris Savides. I was hired as the camera loader and got my ass kicked by the first AC throughout the entire film. It was shot mostly at night in and around Queens and Brooklyn, New York. The scene shown here is a great example of motion photography and interior lighting. Harris Savides is a...Read More

Nori Square Bounce Reflectors. Innovative New Design.


Here is a really cool new take on the lame old twist style reflectors out on the market. We have been looking for a travel friendly reflector system and I think the Nori Square Bounce may just be the answer. I picked this up via Matt Jeppsen on twitter. The system includes two 3.5′ square umbrella style reflectors. Both white and silver are included with a nifty carrying case. We are moving towards more...Read More

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