RED (Red Digital Cinema Camera Company)

RED Raven Camera Unboxing

Target Hollywood: Could Apple acquire RED Digital Cinema?

It could (Tim Cook and team are sitting on some $260 billion in cash). But would it? Would Apple acquire a camera company called RED Digital Cinema? Hollywood! It's not just for aspiring actors. It's increasingly a place companies see as a place to not only increase revenues, but to...
Who is Stark Insider?

Critical Update: Waiting for a message…

Somewhere. Someone. Waiting for a message. https://twitter.com/StarkInsider/status/905120975406063617 Coming soon to Stark Insider. (Who is Stark Insider?) You don't want to miss this.
Panasonic GH5 with Rokinon 35mm lens

Videographer & Filmmaker Dream: GH5 firmware update makes Panasonic’s flagship mirrorless even more impressive

The GH5 is quickly becoming the tool of choice for videographers and filmmakers everywhere.
RED Hydrogen One

With $1,200 holographic Hydrogen phone can RED disrupt the market yet again?

We all know Elon Musk. Steve Jobs. Bill Gates. Jeff Bezos. But have you heard of Jim Jannard? You might not instantly recognize the name, but you'd likely recognize his first big home run: Oakley sunglasses. He founded the company in 1975 and over time turned it into a billion dollar...
RED RAVEN Camera Kit + Final Cut Pro X

Apple Store now selling RED Raven camera kit bundled with Final Cut Pro X

For $14,999 you too can be ready to shoot on a new RED Raven camera. Thanks to chiefs Tim Cook and Jarred Land, new partnership between Apple and RED puts professional cinema camera in front of masses.
Panasonic GH5, Atomos Ninja Inferno, SLR Magic Anamorphot adapter, Rokinon 35mm

Camera Buying Guide: Best cameras for shooting video

If you're in the market to buy a new camera here's some of the best cameras available today for shooting videos and films. Ready to take the next step? Sure, smartphones shoot very good video these days, with many even offering advanced features such as timelapse mode, 4K recording, and optical...
Atomos Ninja Inferno 7 In. 4K HDMI Recording Monitor

Hands-On Review: Panasonic GH5 and Atomos Ninja Inferno for video shoots

I've been shooting on the new Panasonic GH5 for a few months. So far so good. In fact, so very good. I'm so impressed with the mirrorless camera that I've semi-retired my previous favorite, the Canon EOS 80D DSLR. I'll likely still use the 80D for photos -- I...
Loni Stark in Crazy or Die

Panasonic GH5: Shooting a short film (with Lumetri & FilmConvert)

Stark Insider is shooting a new short "Crazy or Die" with the new Panasonic GH5. Clinton Stark shares some thoughts on the camera and using it to shoot video as part of the ongoing Stark Insider series about the GH5 camera. It's all GH5. All week. And possibly all year. I can't...
Sony Alpha a6500 Mirrorless Digital Camera or Canon?

Sony Alpha a6500 Mirrorless Camera vs Canon 80D: Shooting travel video

Sony mirrorless cameras have been kicking up lots of dust over the past few years. It seems as if many former Canon DSLR traditionalists have made the "switch" while some, like me, are contemplating a move to mirrorless, but aren't entirely yet convinced it's the right move. Meanwhile, despite...
Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera Short Review Test

Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera – a compact winner for capturing filmic footage

Since I started shooting videos for Stark Insider in 2006 I've tried as hard as possible to make our stuff look like film. I haven't always succeeded, that's for sure. But there's something about the video-ish footage that comes out of a lot of cameras and camcorders that drives...