Sony utvecklar ny CMOS-sensor
Nu presenterar Sony en nyutvecklad sensor med hög upplösning, 4K, och med snabb ”readout”. 1 000 b/s i full HD (1920×1080 pixels). Än så länge finns sensorn i litet format för mobiltelefoner, diagonal 7.73mm=1/2.3”, men kommer säkert i större format.
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Webinar about ICVFX
Virtual and In Camera Visual Effects (ICVFX) techniques are revolutionizing the television and movie making industry, along with its workflows and resource requirements. Virtual sets, also known as LED volumes, are providing an alternative to green screens and offer substantial advantages, including efficiencies in production logistics and the ability of actors to see what they are acting against or with.
December 8, 18.00 Swedish time. Duration 30 min, + Q&A.
The extremely beautiful and charming little medieval city of Torun in Poland became, between the 12th and 19th of November, the stage upon which the 30th edition of the Camérimage International Film Festival played out. And just as in real life the earth revolves around the sun, so most things in Torun normally revolve around the city’s most famous son, responsible for this groundbreaking discovery: the renowned 16th century astronomer Nicholas Copernicus. With its charm and historical importance, Torun is a veritable magnet for school excursions, and so swarms of young children in orange reflexive vests are everywhere, eager to admire and play with the many adorable small statues which are spread out around the city and constitute another signature attribute of Torun.
HDR: A Cinematographer’s Perspective
The Australian Cinematographers Society with help from Panavision, Sony, Dolby and Netflix have created a video to take a look at the new HDR standards that displace the venerable Rec 709 and will inevitably create the new image framework for the 21st century.
Camerimage announces full winners list with Florian Hoffmeister BSC receiving the Golden Frog for Tár
The Florian Hoffmeister BSC shot Tár (director Todd Field) won the Camerimage main competition. The film collected the coveted Golden Frog during the closing ceremony of the festival.
The Making of All Quiet on the Western Front
Filming All Quiet on the Western Front required not only excellent actors, but also an outstanding crew. A feat that demanded everything from everyone – from directing to costume and makeup to SFX prosthetics. Here you can get a glimpse of how this timeless yet red-hot film was made.