First impressions, some sample footage, and a short video shot on the new Digital Bolex:
Absolutely no moire or aliasing that I have seen. Zero, zlich.
A very filmic image, more so than the BMD Pocket Camera. It really has a proper S16mm look to it, not just a S16mm sized sensor.
Rain City: Initial shooting with the Digital Bolex D-16 from Philip Bloom on Vimeo.
Philip compares the Digital Bolex to the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, so here's another review of that:
Taking a look at the Pocket Cinema Camera from Blackmagic Design. Is this the perfect camera for low budget filmmakers? It's a quirky little camera that packs a big punch, but there are some set backs to be aware of.
Sony CineAlta 4K F-Series Webinar | Sony
You can watch this 48 minute webinar; but you have to give them an email address to see it:
What is the Digital Motion Picture Centre Europe and how you can make the best of this place to learn, test workflows and meet our experts.
The latest amazing updates of our F5 and F55 CineAlta Cameras
Meet Steve Lawes and hear his feedback and experience when shot "Earth Air Fire Water", first 240fps short movie on the F55.
Center Scan vs Full scan test with same on the Sony F55 | Community Sony
Conclusions: Center Scan mode at first does not seem as sharp as the Full Scan mode but from my tests I can attest that the center scan mode does not suffer from any aliasing or other types of articating which is GREAT news.
GOODBYE, CAMERAS | The New Yorker
As I’ve become a more network-focussed photographer, I’ve come to love using the smartphone as an editing surface; touch is perfect for photo manipulation. There’s a tactility that is lost when you edit with a mouse on a desktop computer. Perhaps touch feels natural because it’s a return to the chemical-filled days of manually poking and massaging liquid and paper to form an image I had seen in my head.