The following interview with Captain Hook, the man responsible for some footage of a prerelease of the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera back in August. In the interview, he discusses a great way to use the Redrock Micro LiveLens MFT so you can use Canon EOS lenses.
As a journalist covering NAB, your back is against the wall to see as many manufacturers as possible in a short amount of time.
Brian Hallett from ProVideoCoalition breaks down his BMCC post production workflow using Adobe Lightroom.
Review: Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
By David English / Sep 16, 2013 We’ve known for years that this camera was coming—or one that would be very similar. Everything was ready to converge for the optimal size, resolution, and
A new review of the Pocket from Boygetslost.com:
This is a full review of the Black Magic Pocket Camera, I do a complete run through of the camera and show you some examples.
BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera Review, in this instalment of Blunty’s full on BMPCC Review, he takes a good long look at the BMPCC hardware, settings and interface.
I just recently received two BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Cameras earlier today. So I decided to unbox one and start
Not only is the Blackmagic Cinema Camera shipping…but it’s shipping at a discount. According to their press release dated August 2, 2013, it’s a permanent discount making the Blackmagic Cinema Camera EF retail at: $1,995.
Not long ago we pointed out that Hero Punk, the first feature to be completely shot on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, launched a Kickstarter to help fund the rest of the movie. Well now the campaign has only three days left to go, and is about $10,000 off its goal of $28,500.