I have put some of the high ISO RAW samples from the Sony a9 III under the pixel peeping microscope. The results do show there is a trade off for having a global shutter.
Previous global shutter cameras were the Digital Bolex (by virtue of its Kodak CCD) and the Sony F55. Now the technology is on the cusp of a breakthrough with the Sony a9 III, thanks to the new manufacturing process of stacked CMOS chips. Could global shutter now become mainstream even on smartphones, and is this the end of the humble mechanical shutter?
Masanori Koyama joined Panasonic in 2002. After a career as a hardware engineer, Koyama san is currently in charge of product planning for LUMIX in Imaging Business
I recently had the opportunity to ask Yosuke Yamane-san some questions about the current and future Panasonic line-up, including the upcoming GH6 and how Panasonic
EOSHD Podcast Episode 2 – An interview with Michael Moore’s producer, Jeff Gibbs about their new film “Planet Of The Humans”
In Episode 2 of The EOSHD Podcast (Available now on Anchor and Spotify) I talk to Michael Moore’s producer Jeff Gibbs. Jeff’s film Planet Of
I’d like to welcome Kazuto Yamaki, CEO of Sigma and the product manager of the Sigma Fp and Cinema lenses, Takuma Wakamatsu to the pages
I have been a long-time follower of Roger’s blog at Lens Rentals, which gives us not just a rare glimpse inside camera gear, but also
When I began shooting with my own Leica SL2 earlier this year, I found a lot to like about the high-spec mirrorless camera for filmmaking,
The EOS 1D C is a $15,000 DSLR which is heavily based on the $6000 1D X but has extra recording modes for 4K/24p and
Above: Inoue helped conceive the GH3 and was a mechanical designer on the well regarded Panasonic L1 (inset) For my hands on test of the Panasonic GH3
THREE RULES 1) Write and direct original screenplays 2) Make them with the most modern technology available 3) Self-finance them EOSHD takes a look at
Above: artist David Hockney at his DSLR video bank For his latest work David Hockney shot video with a rig of nine 5D Mark II