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New Cage for DSLR Video

Cages provided additional protection and mounting options for your camera rig.  Up till now, CPM Film Tools’ carbon cage systems were a little bulky for

January 29, 2011 Blog, Gear
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USB Follow Focus for Canon DSLRs

Looks like the USB Follow Focus we reported on last month is approaching completion. The follow focus is designed to work with Canon DSLR cameras

January 21, 2011 Blog, Gear
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Phone dock tracks your motion for video

Ever wish there was a tripod that would just follow you wherever you moved. Enter the Satarii, a phone dock that tracks your motion. This

January 13, 2011 Blog, Gear
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GoPro Hero Duct Taped to a Sword

This is a great example of using the GoPro in a very unique way. These guys duct taped a GoPro to the end of a

December 28, 2010 Blog, Gear
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9 iPads used for Video and Photo lighting

Categorize this as impractical yet very creative.  Jesse Rosten used nine iPads to light one of his photo shoots.  Having the iPads display white and turning

December 24, 2010 Blog, Gear
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Jag35 announces inexpensive remote focus control system

Remote focus control systems are becoming more and more common, but the average price tag is still over $1k.  Jag35 has announced their own system

December 22, 2010 Blog, Gear
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Cinematic DIY Crane and Slider Videos

Martin Roberts has created some great DIY film gear and put together a few videos documenting the build.  What made these unique was the cinematic

December 14, 2010 Blog, Gear
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Recharge your Canon HDSLR batteries On-The-Go

Powertraveller released an adapter to allow your Canon LP-E6 batteries (compatible with 5D MkII, 7D and 60D cameras) to recharge on one of their Gorilla

December 13, 2010 Blog, Gear
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Canon EOS-Micro 4/3 Adapter with Aperture Control

With the Panasonic AF100’s launch fast approaching, a lot of people are itching to use their Canon glass on the micro 4/3 mount.  The main

December 10, 2010 Blog, Gear
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Handheld Remote Head for HDSLR Shooting

Is it a jib…is it a steadicam…is it a dolly… Nope. It’s a hand held, 2 axis remote head for HDSLR and small HD cameras.

December 10, 2010 Blog, Gear
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