Ariston Anderson: "As a filmmaker, Loach has adopted a working style not unlike that of the characters seen in his films. Unlike the traditional Hollywood model, he’s not driven by his own race to the top, but rather by a collective spirit, a desire to create harmony on the set and to appreciate his crew for a job well done."
Canon has developed a 35mm full-frame CMOS image sensor designed for low-light video capture. The 16:9 sensor features a 1920x1080 pixel array, meaning each pixel measures a huge 19 microns along each edge - 7.5 times larger than the ones in the EOS-1D X. The large pixels and low readout-noise circuitry allow the sensor to capture light around 10 times less bright than current CCDs used for astronomy. The sensor will first be shown in public at a security show in Japan. Other applications the company is looking into are astronomy and medical research.
"No question, today's Sony press conference was all about the 4K. TVs, media services and even 4K recording for consumers. The latter arrived in the form of a couple of prototypes. First off was the generically labelled 4K Consumer Camcorder, a prototype device that was hanging out in a glass case at the Sony booth after the event concluded -- though there was a Handycam logo on the side of the device. It's not a bad looking handheld -- about a standard size for a prosumer model, with a viewfinder, mic and handle at the top. As for specs? No such luck at this early stage."
Watch also: CES: A chat with Sony about their 4K Camcorder Concept at cnettv.cnet.com (02:13)
Le campement de Roms de Ris-Orangis s’est installé le long de la Nationale 7 en août 2012. Ici habitaient entre 170 et 200 personnes, dans une quarantaines de « baraques », établies sur près de 2 500 mètres carrés.
http://neumannfilms.mediafire.com/dow... Shot in 5K on the RED Epic • Lenses used: Tokina 11-16 and Nikkor Ai-s 50mm f 1.2. • Graded using Neumann Films Presets (The Blockbuster Presets) and 4K Film Grain • Exported at 4096x2304 in After Effects."
Press Release. London, UK, 10 January 2013 – "Canon today expands the Cinema EOS System with the addition of two new prime lenses to its EF Cinema Lens line-up – the new CN-E 14mm T3.1 L F and the CN-E 135mm T2.2 L F. Designed to offer outstanding performance for a wide range of professional users, both lenses offer 4K resolutions, leading optical technologies and high-grade professionally-optimised designs, making them ideal for use in virtually any kind of production – from low to high-end.
The launch of the new lenses takes Canon’s EF Cinema Lens line-up to nine models, joining the existing CN-E 24mm T1.5 L F, CN-E 50mm T1.3 L F and CN-E 85mm T1.3 L F primes, to create new options at wide-angle and telephoto focal lengths and offer even greater creative choice for filmmakers of all kinds."
The Sony Cybershot RX1 meets the definition of the word unique. It is a 24 Megapixel full-frame camera that comfortably fits in a coat pocket and which features an integrated 35mm f/2 silent leaf shutter Carl Zeiss lens. It shoots video at 1080P/24 and 60P full HD, has a built in flash, a standard flash accessory shoe, and a manual aperture ring on the lens...