The ultimate magazine for next generation filmmakers
NOVEMBER 2022 CONTENTS
AGENDA 6 UP, UP AND WAHEY!
DJI unveils the FPV drone that even the inexperienced can fly, along with an action camera to rival the latest GoPro. Plus, Sony shows its new vlogging camera and Sonnet unveils pro solutions for Apple Mac Studio. 9 TAMRON ZOOMS IN The indie lens maker debuts two optics for mirrorless filmmakers, Panasonic adds some free features to its award-winning GH6 and we explain how you can rent out stunning locations by the hour in the UK. 10 PRO AUDIO TECH YOU CAN AFFORD Sony’s C-80 microphone borrows technology from a broadcast-standard mic, but at a tenth of the cost. Also see the bigger CFexpress Type A cards and a cool solution to hauling large C-stands around. 12 NAIL THOSE COLOURS FIRST TIME Calibrite has a passport to accurate hues for video and stills, ProRes Raw comes to the latest Sony FX30 and PTZ Cinema Line cameras – and famous lens brand Cooke opens two new facilities. 14 FUJIFILM AND RED CAMERA TO CLOUD How owners of the X-H2S and V-Raptor will be able to upload to Frame.io direct from the camera very soon. Plus, Nikon takes on video pirates and we look at the camera control app that’s a costly buy.
ACADEMY 18 FILMMAKING WHEN YOU’RE SKINT
Meet the talented young creative who doesn’t let a lack of money prevent him making films good enough for the seal of approval from big streaming companies. 26 ROUND TABLE: THE GODS OF LIGHT SPEAK We get experts from the world of lighting to talk about the latest kit, what the future might bring and how filmmakers should spend wisely on new gear in this fast-changing market.
HYBRID SPECIAL 31 THE NEW WAY OF SHOOTING
They’re not ‘real’ cinema cameras and not truly standard mirrorless models. We look at the rapidly expanding range of hybrid – or crossover – cameras and put the new Sony FX30 to the Pro Moviemaker test.
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