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  • Joe Sutherland (owner-operator Joe Sutherland Rentals) provides his thoughts on the future of HDR
    Thursday April 27th 2017

    Hardly a day goes by when someone doesn’t ask me where is our industry going? Is it 4K, 8K, HDR or some combination? Answering this question is made difficult by the plethora of near-misinformation that buries the most likely answer in constant self interest. Let me give you my answer: In[…]

  • Toronto faces studio pressures as filming booms
    Tuesday April 25th 2017

    Toronto in eastern Canada faces pressure to expand its studio facilities after another successful year of location filming in 2016. Production spending in Ontario as a whole surpassed a billion dollars for the sixth year in a row and contributed CA$1.7bn to the provincial economy overall, according to government figures.[…]

  • New AMIRA multicam looks and features
    Monday April 24th 2017

    The new AMIRA Software Update Package (SUP) 5.0 further refines the camera’s Multicam mode – a flexible, open interface for multi-camera broadcast applications. Available for all AMIRA models, the Multicam mode makes the exceptional image quality of ARRI’s ALEV III sensor – also used by ALEXA – available to productions[…]

  • New ALEXA Mini software and hardware
    Monday April 24th 2017

    The ALEXA Mini has been wholeheartedly embraced by the worldwide film and television industry, and is used in many different configurations on all types of production. ALEXA Mini Software Update Package (SUP) 5.0, planned for release as a free download from mid-May this year, responds to user feedback and refines[…]

  • Writers Guild Promises Strike on May 2 If No Deal Is Reached
    Tuesday April 18th 2017

    The Writers Guild of America for the first time has explicitly said it will indeed strike this year if its current contract expires May 1 without a renewed deal in place with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. The statement appears likely to escalate tensions over the possibility[…]

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Archives for: April 20175
  • Joe Sutherland (owner-operator Joe Sutherland Rentals) provides his thoughts on the future of HDR
    Thursday April 27th 2017

    Hardly a day goes by when someone doesn’t ask me where is our industry going? Is it 4K, 8K, HDR or some combination? Answering this question is made difficult by the plethora of near-misinformation that buries the most likely answer in constant self interest. Let me give you my answer: In[…]

  • Toronto faces studio pressures as filming booms
    Tuesday April 25th 2017

    Toronto in eastern Canada faces pressure to expand its studio facilities after another successful year of location filming in 2016. Production spending in Ontario as a whole surpassed a billion dollars for the sixth year in a row and contributed CA$1.7bn to the provincial economy overall, according to government figures.[…]

  • New AMIRA multicam looks and features
    Monday April 24th 2017

    The new AMIRA Software Update Package (SUP) 5.0 further refines the camera’s Multicam mode – a flexible, open interface for multi-camera broadcast applications. Available for all AMIRA models, the Multicam mode makes the exceptional image quality of ARRI’s ALEV III sensor – also used by ALEXA – available to productions[…]

  • New ALEXA Mini software and hardware
    Monday April 24th 2017

    The ALEXA Mini has been wholeheartedly embraced by the worldwide film and television industry, and is used in many different configurations on all types of production. ALEXA Mini Software Update Package (SUP) 5.0, planned for release as a free download from mid-May this year, responds to user feedback and refines[…]

  • Writers Guild Promises Strike on May 2 If No Deal Is Reached
    Tuesday April 18th 2017

    The Writers Guild of America for the first time has explicitly said it will indeed strike this year if its current contract expires May 1 without a renewed deal in place with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. The statement appears likely to escalate tensions over the possibility[…]

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Archives for: April 20175
  • Joe Sutherland (owner-operator Joe Sutherland Rentals) provides his thoughts on the future of HDR
    Thursday April 27th 2017

    Hardly a day goes by when someone doesn’t ask me where is our industry going? Is it 4K, 8K, HDR or some combination? Answering this question is made difficult by the plethora of near-misinformation that buries the most likely answer in constant self interest. Let me give you my answer: In[…]

  • Toronto faces studio pressures as filming booms
    Tuesday April 25th 2017

    Toronto in eastern Canada faces pressure to expand its studio facilities after another successful year of location filming in 2016. Production spending in Ontario as a whole surpassed a billion dollars for the sixth year in a row and contributed CA$1.7bn to the provincial economy overall, according to government figures.[…]

  • New AMIRA multicam looks and features
    Monday April 24th 2017

    The new AMIRA Software Update Package (SUP) 5.0 further refines the camera’s Multicam mode – a flexible, open interface for multi-camera broadcast applications. Available for all AMIRA models, the Multicam mode makes the exceptional image quality of ARRI’s ALEV III sensor – also used by ALEXA – available to productions[…]

  • New ALEXA Mini software and hardware
    Monday April 24th 2017

    The ALEXA Mini has been wholeheartedly embraced by the worldwide film and television industry, and is used in many different configurations on all types of production. ALEXA Mini Software Update Package (SUP) 5.0, planned for release as a free download from mid-May this year, responds to user feedback and refines[…]

  • Writers Guild Promises Strike on May 2 If No Deal Is Reached
    Tuesday April 18th 2017

    The Writers Guild of America for the first time has explicitly said it will indeed strike this year if its current contract expires May 1 without a renewed deal in place with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. The statement appears likely to escalate tensions over the possibility[…]

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