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Camera Reviews

Sony a7R II Review for Photography and Video

A detailed review of the Sony a7R II for video and photography professionals. What kind of work is this camera suitable for?

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a7rii guide

Sony a7R II 4K Preliminary Guide (Part Five): External Recording and Data Wrangling

A detailed guide to the Sony a7R II – from lenses and accessories to post production. Part Five covers external monitoring and recording.

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Basic Cinematography

Why does The Revenant look so 3D and Life-like? What makes the 65mm format Special?

Here’s a simple explanation of why 65mm cinema looks so life-like and three dimensional.

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a7rii guide

Sony a7R II 4K Preliminary Guide: Ergonomics and Specifications

A detailed guide to the Sony a7R II – from lenses and accessories to post production. Part One covers Specifications and Ergonomics.

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MEM WMP_ARTICLES_MISC

Understanding the Ultra HD Blu-ray Specification

A quick look at the Ultra HD Blu-ray Specification.

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Sony A7s Guide

Important Quirks and Features of the Sony A7s for both Stills and Video

A list of important quirks and features one should know about the Sony A7s before shooting stills or video.

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Sony A7s Guide

The Sony A7s 4K Guide (Part Eight): Post Production and Grading

A detailed guide to the Sony A7s – from lenses and accessories to post production. Part eight covers editing and grading in post production.

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Sony A7s Guide

The Sony A7s 4K Guide (Part One): Ergonomics and Specifications

A detailed guide to the Sony A7s – from lenses and accessories to post production. Part One covers Specifications and Ergonomics.

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MEM WMP_ARTICLES_MISC

How Much Can You Uprez, or, What is the Limit of Image Interpolation?

How much can you blow up an image or video before it becomes unacceptable? This article tests to find the magic uprez or image interpolation number.

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Cinematography Jargon Explained

How to Find the Right Cinema or TV Viewing Distance

This article explains how one can find the ideal TV viewing distance, given only the horizontal resolution and diagonal size of the display.