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Cinematographer & Editor Bobby Hewitt On The Versatility Of Blackmagic Cameras

Cinematographer & Editor Bobby Hewitt On The Versatility Of Blackmagic Cameras

Cinematographer and editor Bobby Hewitt transitioned from music to post production, finding a second talent in the entertainment industry. Since then he’s shot projects ranging from music videos for Motley Crue and Darius Rucker to Adidas, Cosmo, Billabong, Pepsi & more. Along the way Hewitt began using Blackmagic Design cameras, something he spoke about on our […]

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Adam Savage’s ‘Tested’ Takes Blackmagic Cinema Cameras To The Arctic

Adam Savage’s ‘Tested’ Takes Blackmagic Cinema Cameras To The Arctic

The former “MythBusters” star used the Blackmagic Micro Cinema Cameras, Pocket Cinema Cameras, and Studio Cameras for his new web site “dedicated to covering ‘anything that’s awesome’ in science, exploration, nature, emerging technology, consumer technology and more.”

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Blackmagic Design Fall Television Roundup: American Horror Story, NCIS & More

Blackmagic Design Fall Television Roundup: American Horror Story, NCIS & More

As a testament to the versatility of Blackmagic Design’s line of cameras, there are a large number television shows and movies shot and edited with their products.

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Blackmagic Design Goes Big At Sundance Once Again

Blackmagic Design Goes Big At Sundance Once Again

Blackmagic Design has once again made it big at Sundance, with four films shot on Blackmagic Cameras, and another 35 using DaVinci Resolve Studio.

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CBS’ “Rush Hour” Utilizing Blackmagic Cinema Cameras

CBS’ “Rush Hour” Utilizing Blackmagic Cinema Cameras

Director of Photography Christian Sebaldt for the television adaptation of the “Rush Hour” comedy film series turned to the Blackmagic’s PL version of the Cinema Camera for their “amazing images.”

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‘Harbinger Down’ DP Benjamin Brown On Shooting With The Blackmagic Cinema Camera

‘Harbinger Down’ DP Benjamin Brown On Shooting With The Blackmagic Cinema Camera

As the highest grossing sci-fi/horror Kickstarter project of their time, Harbinger Down is fun movie modeled after the likes of The Thing and Alien. One of its big talking points is the near exclusive use of practical effects. We spoke with the film’s Director of Photography (as well as editor, supervising sound editor, sound designer, and producer) […]

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Blackmagic Design Brings The Heat To Fall Television

Blackmagic Design Brings The Heat To Fall Television

Since the release of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera in 2012, we’ve seen it and the other Blackmagic cameras increase in considerable popularity. However nothing makes this more apparent than the explosion of television shows that have put Blackmagic products (including DaVinci Resolve and Fusion) to good use for this Fall’s television season.

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See The Blackmagic Cinema Camera’s Rich Images In This Trailer For “Checkmate”

See The Blackmagic Cinema Camera’s Rich Images In This Trailer For “Checkmate”

Starring Danny Glover, Sean Astin, and Vinnie Jones, “Checkmate” is a film we’ve covered a few times due to its use of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. Now they’ve released the official trailer for the film, where you can see how well they put the BMCC to use.

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Can You Guess How Many Sundance Films Utilized Blackmagic’s Cameras & DaVinci Resolve?

Can You Guess How Many Sundance Films Utilized Blackmagic’s Cameras & DaVinci Resolve?

Blackmagic had a great showing at Sundance this year, with four different films having used Blackmagic cameras for their productions, and two dozen who used DaVinci Resolve for color grading.

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Daniel Junge & Johnny Knoxville’s Sundance Film “Being Evel” Shot On Blackmagic Cameras

Daniel Junge & Johnny Knoxville’s Sundance Film “Being Evel” Shot On Blackmagic Cameras

Yesterday, Oscar winning documentarian Daniel Junge and Johnny Knoxville’s film “Being Evel” made its world premiere at the Sundance film festival. “Being Evel” was shot on Blackmagic Cinema Cameras, and post production completed with Teranex 2D Processors and DaVinci Resolve.

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