In addition to state of the art 12G-SDI inputs and a brighter, high dynamic range (HDR) screen, some key features to allowing for uninterrupted, long form recording include:
Dual, hot-swap capable Sony L- series battery slots
Dual, hot-swap capable SD card slots
USB‑C external disk recording
While it’s not on our gear list (yet), if you are considering shooting in RAW or archiving a live event and need help setting up monitors, video, or audio recorders, contact us about getting one up and running on your production.
Below is a studio produced IBC lead-in video. It’s queued up to jump ahead and begins at the 9:50 mark, right as they dive into to listen to all the new Video Assist highlight. Stream On
If you want to step up the audio recording in your video or aren’t sure where to begin, RØDE Microphones just published two new entries in their Audio For Film 101 video series.
The team covers the whole product line, from plug-powered to micro XLR stereo, and recording situations where each one shines. Highlights include, overviews of all their popular mono models:
In an earlier episode they detail stereo versus mono. All three are informative and worth watching. After watching, whether you are ready to roll or still have questions, contact us to get recording your next with with great audio! The VIdeoMic Pro is on our gear list, but we can accommodate any of your audio requirements.
Great video needs good visuals and just as importantly good audio. RODE Microphone continues to build on their flagship mic series with this season’s plus (+) editions. The newest entry is an update to the popular VideoMicPro (VMP).
Blackmagic Design gives you high production value, cinematic look, and no experience required. In the clip below, video producers tout ease of use of BMD’s end to end workflow, starting with their cinema cameras. View on:
Good write up on the Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera, covering all of its major features and quick introduction to Micro Four Thirds (MFT) lens mount format.
Built into the side, the expansion port makes the Micro Cinema very versatile for remote operation, live events, POV and helmet mounts, aerial photography and drone work, or gimbaled setups with motorized or remote controls like the DJI Ronin.