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5D Mark II HDSLRs Used in Iron Man 2

It was rumored that the production crew of Iron Man 2 used the 5D Mark II, but it isn’t until now that it has been

September 30, 2010 Blog, News
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Interviewed by THiNK Media TV

I was recently contacted by Sean Cannell from THiNK Media TV about doing an interview. On Saturday, we talked over Skype about the advantages of

September 19, 2010 Blog, News
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Announcing NextWave Tracks – Affordable Royalty Free Music

We are excited to announce our first product series, NextWave Tracks. We have launched our Film Score Series with 13 track packs, all priced at

September 17, 2010 Blog, News
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Look Out! Zeiss is on YouTube

That’s right ladies and gentlemen, looks like one of our favorite lens manufacturers is finally on YouTube. Featured in their first video are the Compact

September 16, 2010 Blog, News
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Transformers Fan Film Shot on Canon T2i & Nikon D5000

Here’s an example of a little gear and a lot of talent. Alexander Vladimirovich Semenov shot this fan film with very little gear, Canon 550D

September 15, 2010 Blog, News
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How ABC Family TV Commercials Were Shot on the 5D

HDSLRs are constantly being adopted by TV studios for various projects. Recently, “ABC Family” has been using the 5D to shoot some of their TV

September 08, 2010 Blog, News
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HDSLR Footage Now Accepted by the BBC

The BBC is one of the world’s top leaders in broadcast. They have some of the highest quality standards out there, so being willing to

September 06, 2010 Blog, News
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Apple Announces iPod Touch 4 with Front/Rear Cameras and HD Video

Just a few moments ago, Apple announced the 4th generation iPod Touch with a camera! Finally! We were teased that the iPod Touch 3 might

September 01, 2010 Blog, News
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Canon Expo News: 4K Concept Camera and More!

Today begins the Canon Expo. It only happens once every 5 years so it promises to be a big event. Rumors are flying around about

September 01, 2010 Blog, News
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Should You White Balance In Camera?

White balancing is the process of telling your camera what “white” is in your lighting situation. Not all light is the same “white”. Tungsten is

August 25, 2010 Blog, News
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