By Chris Heckmann, Studiobinder Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro are the two most popular video editing platforms for film professionals. Apple and Adobe have been battling for market share in the video editing software industry for decades, and there are no signs of them slowing down anytime soon. So – Final Cut Pro vs Adobe […]Read more "Final Cut Pro vs Premiere Pro — Prices, Specs, Pros & Cons"
May 11, 2015 by Matt Quattro I used to be scared of the dark, then I purchased a Sony A7s… Thinking of making the move from Canon to the Sony A7s? Let’s explore some factors like lenses, rolling shutter and more. Spoiler alert, the A7s is worth it. Philip Bloom Metabones Adapter Link: http://philipbloom.net/2014/07/03/a7s/Read more "Moving From Canon To The Sony A7s"
February 7, 2013 by Larry Jordan Of all the questions I get each day, this is the most popular: “When will Final Cut Pro X be ready for professional use?” Sigh… Right now! Final Cut Pro X is ready for professional use today. Editors have been making money with FCP X since the first week […]Read more "Is Final Cut Pro X Ready For Professional Use?"
March 1, 2012 by Edmond Terakopian Edmond Terakopian shot this quick comparison footage from the Canon C300 and the Canon 5D Mark II, highlighting skin tones, bright colors and motion (in the form of juggling). Says Terakopian, “The cameras were set up as identically as possible, using the same settings. Please note that this […]Read more "Canon C300 vs. 5D Mark II Test Footage"