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  • Sony Release New Firmware Update To The HXR-NX3

    (03/12/15)

    Sony have released a new firmware update (version 2.00) to their NXCAM camcorders the HXR-NX3. The big addition of this firmware update is support for the XAVC-S HD format, with update version 2.00 adding recording, playback and output in the XAVC-S HD format to the HXR-NX3.  Read More

  • Service Announcement: C300 Mark II Lens Mount Replacement

    (02/12/15)

    Owners and purchasers of the Canon EOS C300 Mark II can now benefit from a new lens mount service option which offers the capability to change the 4K Digital Cinema Camera’s original EF mount to EF Mount with Cinema Lock or to a PL mount and back again.  Read More

  • Zacuto Gratical X Software Bundles

    (19/10/15)

    Whether you’re an Indie filmmaker, Classic filmmaker, VFX technophile or a Pioneer who walks the unbeaten path, the Gratical X EVF can enhance and support your vision. This customizable electronic viewfinder is perfect for the shooter who wants the very best in EVF technology but needs only a few key software features. Read More

  • Sony introduces the new 4K compact Super35 PXW-FS5

    (15/09/15)

    Sony has today announced the PXW-FS5, the latest addition to its rugged range of professional camcorders that combine flexible shooting with superior creative features. The versatile “grab and shoot” style PXW-FS5 enables unsurpassed on-the-go shooting in the most demanding of conditions. Complementing the successful PXW-FS7, this compact camcorder delivers high quality imagery suitable for a range of professional applications, from event videography to corporate and online video production. Read More

  • Canon to develop next-generation 8K imaging devices

    (09/09/15)

    Canon Australia today announces that its parent company, Canon Inc., is developing a Cinema EOS System 8K camera and professional-use 8K reference display that will support the production of next-generation 8K video content, along with a still-image single-lens reflex camera equipped with a CMOS sensor featuring approximately 120 million effective pixels. Through the Company’s proprietary imaging technologies, Canon provides still and video input and output devices that will contribute to the development of imaging culture. Read More

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