This short piece would surely upset the health and safety people so we better keep it hush hush. Still it just shows you what a bit of invention and a lot of balls can do!
An Interview with respected cinematographer Shane Hurlbut, ASC, on the HDSLR revolution thanks to ThatsHot TV for this one. Well worth a watch.
Thanks to Alvin Burrows for supplying us with this photo of his ingenious SkateCam mount for his 5D. It was used in the filming of the titles for UK's Channel 4 prime time show Beeny's Restoration Nightmare.
Shane Hurlbut ASC talks about HDSLR filmmaking and his use of the Redrock Mancam rigs.
In the past it's always been a bit of a problem getting a monitoring signal out of a DSLR so other people can watch. Indiespot.tv caught up with Teradek's Rod Clark at the DV Expo.
Canon Japan are celebrating the Canon Expo 2010 at Shinagawa by displaying the entire Canon family of products, especially their cameras. Thanks to our friends at Akihabara News for discovering the first design concepts and body for the first Canon 7D.
This video shows DSLRBOT taking stills and bracketing, but it can be used to trigger movie recording too. More info after the break.
A home made beer bottle follow focus rig. Ingenious. Just add beer can straw cap, and the DSLR redneck look is complete!
Check out this cool stop motion sequence using the 5D to trail BBC "Electric Proms" from Brand New School.
This video, from San Francisco based Soviet Montage, highlights several clips made using their new High Dynamic Range (HDR) process.
There are some ingenious people out there. We like this snazzy little gizmo.
There are no limits to where you can find a 5D these days, even on an F1 car!
If I was 18 years old, Swedish and my name was Rickard, I'd like to think that I'd be pushing the envelope, and experimenting with my 550D and Twixtor to get some amazing results. I'd just make sure my mom didn't hang out the washing before I went out to get grungy! More cool Twixtor stuff after the break.
Phone Home from The Brothers McLeod on Vimeo.
This is production footage Tom Lowe shot over the summer for his debut film, "TimeScapes," a modern portrait of the American Southwest, using Canon and Red MX cameras. Follow the film's production here.
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