A must-see video of John Schwartzman, ASC’s panel at Cine Gear 2019 features the Oscar®-nominee discussing his approach to visual storytelling. Panavision and RED Digital Cinema co-sponsored a discussion with the venerable John Schwartzman, ASC, who explored the fusion between visual concepts and tools. Panavision’s Dan Sasaki joined Schwartzman on stage to reveal the intricacies […]
Panavision’s Michael Cioni sits down the The Digital Cinema Society’s James Mathers at Cine Gear 2019 to discuss LINK HDR. LINK HDR is a service inspired by the needs of creatives, at the request of creatives. As the consumer electronics industry adopts 4K HDR at a rapid pace HDR editorial is as important as HDR […]
Go behind-the-scenes on Netflix’s MANIAC with DP Darren Lew and colorist Steven Bodner to see how Panavision and Light Iron create end-to-end 8K HDR workflow solutions.
Ride your filter, not your iris with Panavision LCND. This single filter’s 6 stops can be controlled remotely with a Preston MDR Handset or at the touch of touch of a finger.
LINK HDR is the revolutionary new system from Panavision & Light Iron that empowers creatives to view content in HDR throughout the imaging chain. This three-part system features an on-set modular HDR cart, HDR/SDR Dailies and HDR Finishing.
DXL-M expands the modular DXL2 Ecosystem, meeting production needs for any shooting scenario. Features include: – Motorized Lenses – 2x Dual SDI output – Primo HDR EVF – 5x power outputs – Dual quick-release baseplate – Battery Elevator
By the end of 2019, 250 million 4K High Dynamic Range televisions are projected to dominate the consumer electronics marketplace. Familiarity with HDR tools, terminology, and technology will help professionals navigate changes in the marketplace. Panavision / Light Iron experts Michael Cioni and Aaron Kroger discuss how professionals can remain in control of HDR images […]
Ultra Vista is a series of large-format anamorphic optics. Using a custom 1.6x squeeze, Ultra Vista covers the full height of the 8K sensor in the DXL and presents an ultra-widescreen 2.76:1 aspect ratio along with a classic elliptical bokeh and Panavision horizontal flare.
Primo X is the first cinema lens specially designed for use on drones and gimbals. They are fully sealed and weather proof to be aerodynamic, and able to easily maintain a proper center of gravity. Primo X lenses come in two primes – 14mm (T3.1) and 24mm (T1.6) – and one 24-70mm zoom (T2.8).
New to the DXL2, D2E gives DITs wireless LUT and CDL look control and records all color metadata into camera-generated proxy files for instant and render-free dailies. Pomfort Live Grade connects to DXL2 for integrated and enhanced workflow. Colored ProRes or AVID files can be sent directly to editorial thanks to Ambient Communication Network (ACN) […]
With so many large format cameras in the market, cinematographers have access to a new set of tools which can aid in creating unique imagery. This video examines some of the differences in spacial relationships when using various sensor sizes.
John Schwartzman, ASC, along with cinematographer Nathan Mielke and Steadicam operator Kyle Sauer examine the latest features and tools in the DXL2 ecosystem. From production through post, go behind the scenes and explore some of the newest elements that make up the DXL2 ecosystem. https://vimeo.com/253326466
Peter Collister, ASC, and Xavier Grobet, ASC share their experiences on the first Millennium DXL2 field test. The DXL2 ecosystem is equipped with new features such as the Anamorphic Flare Attachment, the T1 65 Vintage lenses, and Light Iron Color 2 which takes advantage of RED’s new image processing pipeline.
Panavision partnered with Preston Cinema Systems to create the DXL2 Preston Module, a fully integrated 3-axis version of an MDR3. Complete with 3 channels, DXL2 with the Preston MDR is cleaner, simpler, and more flexible. This wireless FIZ delivers smooth, seamless control and even eliminates cables and motors with some series of Panavision large format […]
John Schwartzman, ASC, discusses his impressions with DXL2 and large format cinematography.
Kramer was the first DP to test the DXL after it was announced. He took it and tested different lenses and it was one of the first times we started to see what the Super Panavision and Ultra Panavision lenses were capable of. These images were some of the earliest and smoothest pictures the DXL […]
Explore the unique aesthetic characteristics of anamorphic cinematography as Panavision’s Dan Sasaki explains the five pillars of anamorphic. The Artistry of Anamorphic demonstrates how anamorphic lenses offer a natural organic look for images shot with film and digital cameras.
Panavision is the world-class provider of end-to-end solutions that power the creative vision of filmmakers. Panavision’s comprehensive offerings include unparalleled optics, proprietary camera and lighting systems, and state-of-the-art post production services. Driven by a passion for collaborative innovation, Panavision provides the content creation industry with the highest standard of quality and service. Panavision’s portfolio includes […]
The technodolly is a precision motorised telescopic crane with hand-held record and keyframe programming.
Panavision’s optics expert Dan Sasaki talks about the aesthetic distinctions of anamorphic lenses.
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