Panavision supports the artistry of independent filmmakers at Sundance 2020

Panavision and its post-production subsidiary Light Iron have played a major role in the Sundance lineup, collaborating with independent filmmakers on 30 unique projects screening or competing at this year’s festival

On set with DIT Tanika Wessels

The role of Digital Imaging Technician (DIT) is integral to any production. Screen Africa caught up with Tanika Wessels on the set of the new feature film 'Pou' to learn more about what the job entails

Atomos Ninja V and Nikon Z 6 and Z 7 upgrade enables RAW over...

Atomos recently released the revolutionary RAW over HDMI recording solution for the Ninja V HDR monitor/recorder when combined with the Nikon Z 6 or Z 7 cameras

Inside the Magic Lightbox Company

Screen Africa caught up with Frank Meyburgh on the eve of the Magic Lightbox Company’s fifth birthday on the 1st of November, to chat to him about the changes he’s noticed in the industry over the past few years and the most exciting recent developments for the business

Atomos and Timecode Systems announce first generation of a new, integrated product range

The AtomX SYNC accessory for the Ninja V is the first product from the recorder-monitor leaders to include fully integrated Timecode Systems sync power

EditShare helps audiences experience The Great Barrier Reef in 4K

EditShare teamed up with broadcast solutions expert, Big Planet Media, on the live production of the innovative Great Barrier Reef media campaign ‘scUber’

Atomos releases Sumo 19 switching upgrade

Atomos will make multi-camera switching and recording even easier with the release of a live asynchronous switching and quad ISO recording update for the Sumo 19 HDR monitor/recorder/switcher

Canon celebrates 50th anniversary of lens employing synthetic fluorite

Alongside Canon’s interchangeable-lens range, synthetic fluorite is also used in a wide selection of Canon’s optical products, including broadcast lenses

Rob Legato uses Blackmagic Design to create virtual production for The Lion King

Visual effects supervisor Rob Legato used a wide variety of Blackmagic Design products to create the virtual production environment for the live-action version of Disney’s The Lion King

Rosco Laboratories releases world’s first digital swatchbook – MIXBOOK

MIXBOOK allows filmmakers to pre-visualise their gel and LED colours, and then communicate those colour choices with other members of their team
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