I found this Digital Camera Comparison chart over at Fletcher Camera & Lenses, and it’s handy for comparing all the different digital cinema cameras available now. Camera choice in the film days used to be either Panavision or Arriflex, but now there are so many options in the digital cinema world.
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Since the invention of the Canon 5D, it has taken scouting to a whole new level and preparing that package that allows you can take advantage of serendipitous moments, lightning in a bottle so to speak, is essential.
The pilgrimage to a small town in the Utah mountains has been going on for years. With creativity and wonderful storytelling, the Sundance Film Festival has [...]
Part of being a cinematography intern is not only knowing all the gear, but how it can be used to enhance your visual story telling. The characteristics of a lens can infuse a mood, a style, etc. Being obsessed in the subtleties is key. Shane encourages us to use all our tools and test them in the line of fire. We have been using Canon, Leica, and Zeiss lenses but haven’t had the chance to compare them all side by side.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post about my lighting package that looked like an aisle inside
In mid-October, I got a call from McG to see if I was available to do a Mountain [...]
Whether you love your 5D, shoot weddings with a Sony FS-100, shoot music videos with your 7D, or [...]
Hello loyal readers, it’s Andrea here to discuss the cost differences between 35MM film and today’s easily accessible Canon DSLR [...]
One Day, 197 Set ups, 12 Shooters & 9 Navy SEALs to bring Jeep COD (Call of Duty) Ride Experience to Life
When I was a kid, I had a fascination with Halloween. Our son, Myles, has inherited this same [...]
Over the past 3 years, my team and I have shot 2 feature films [...]
“Have a safe flight. Someone from production will pick you up.” How many strange [...]
This summer, my phone rang and my friend, Erica Tremblay, was on the other end of the [...]
After completing the Navy SEAL movie Act of Valor, my team and I created a workflow and camera [...]
When director Peter Odiorne asked me to shoot Sports Authority “Shoe,” the [...]
Greetings! It is with great pleasure that I accept the opportunity to guest blog with Hurlbut Visuals on the topic [...]
We employed Technicolor’s Cinestyle on its maiden voyage. This picture style seemed to work well in [...]
I want to invite all of you to Cine Gear 2011. Hurlbut Visuals is launching our new DSLR Cinema Rentals division with new rigs and out of the box innovation.
In February of 2009, I walked through the doors of Bandito Brothers production company and I realized at that moment this very talented [...]
Why start a DSLR rental division? I have been asked this question many times. You cannot be a pioneer if you do not [...]
Being the gatekeeper of the Hurlbut inventory, I see all types of gear come and go every week.