This workshop was a great chance to gain industry knowledge and hands-on experience with ARRI cameras.
We just received delivery on the first of our order of the new #Fujinon4K 20-120mm #Cabrio PL lenses!
The RED RAVEN BASE I/O Package is ideal for content creators looking to take their film, online video, or recorded TV content to the next level of image quality and professionalism. The package includes: RED RAVEN BRAIN®, Base I/O VLock Expander, DSMC2™ RED Touch 4.7” LCD, and DSMC2 Universal Handle.
Okanagan film festival this August 3rd-7th featuring 1-3 min shorts or commercials on Okanagan Liquid Libations (craft beer, distillery, cider, soda, or wine) or an Okanagan Experience (tourism, arts, culture). $1000 for first prize plus weekend getaway to Penticton, $500 for second, $250 for third and $500 for fan favorite.
Fusion Cine is proud to expand into the Virtual Reality Market, by securing the only dealership in Canada for 360heros. Ask our Sales team for a quote today! 360Rize / 360Heros products at Fusion Cine
Fusion Cine’s sales manager and tech-wiz Nathan Holley, gives you the first glimpse of the never-before-seen Sony PXW-Z150. The Z150 packs a ton of features that will ensure that you are ready to capture pristine 4k and HD footage when you need to. This includes the revolutionary new 1′ type EXMOR RS sensor, a fixed Sony g-lens capable of clear […]
Need help understanding Metabones Speedbooster crop ratio and sensor crop?
Our service technician Casey gives advice on Metabones Speedbooster 0.71 magnification.
Fusion Cine is a proud sponsor and active member in the local production community. You might have already seen us around town at different events and trade shows for local Film/Television associations, organizations, unions and alliances in Vancouver.
Fusion Cine hosted a sold out event with The BC Chapter of DOC (Documentary Organization of Canada).
“Crafting Your Film’s Look – Workshop with Emmy-Award Winning Cinematographer Ian Kerr”
I was recently asked by one of our clients to clarify the reason for the 17:9 aspect ratio on the Sony PMW-F5 & PMW-F55 CineAlta cameras, as well as they were wondering if either of these models had a sensor “crop factor”.