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indiegogoIndiegogo first released the helpful Crowdfunding Field Guide earlier this year, which broke down the crowdfunding process for those who were new to the game. A couple of days ago, the Indiegogo team announced on Twitter that their newest free guide, or rather —  debunking document, is now available for download. Continue reading to get the rundown on what their new publication is all about. More »

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With Sony’s recent decision to make the S-Log upgrade standard on new F3′s, and some current owners wondering whether they should shell out $900 for it, there are a lot of folks wondering about just what they’re getting with the upgrade.  With that in mind, Andy Shipsides, the Camera Technology Specialist at AbelCine, has wrapped up a 4-part series that goes over many of the upgrade’s features — including footage comparisons: More »

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When looking at cameras, it’s easy to get caught up in the numbers game — is the footage 4:4:4; how many stops of latitude does it have; will it output raw?  These features and numbers are important, but it’s easy to forget what they mean, and how they actually impact your footage.  It doesn’t help that it can be hard to get your hands on original files with full shooting details, instead of compressed internet versions that may have been corrected three ways till Sunday.  With this in mind, Gaal Laszlo has put up an informative and interesting guide to the Canon C300 that aims to show just how the numbers play out in actual footage — he has included original files for download and comparison, along with a great and detailed explanation: More »

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Adobe guru Richard Harrington has written an eBook on editing DSLR video in Adobe CS5, and he’s released it gratis. Richard is one of the co-authors of From Still to Motion: A photographer’s guide to creating video with your DSLR, and this is a nice free taste. Here’s what the 47-page guide covers: More »