Welcome to the new issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine!
If you thought Nikon was dead in the water for filmmaking and Sony had pretty much abandoned its Super35 line of mirrorless cameras, it’s time to think again. This issue we get to grips with the Nikon Z 8 and the Sony A6700, both of which are the newest and by far greatest bits of filmmaking kit in their own specific niches. They are both very different, but do an equally good job in their own way.
In a packed issue, we take a look at some of the nominees in the annual Gea of the Year awards, test loads of cool LED lights and lots more.
It’s in the latest Pro Moviemaker magazine, out now, as well as lots more useful tips, equipment tests and a preview to the mega IBC show.
Welcome to the new issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine
It’s awards season at Pro Moviemaker magazine, because for the first time we have not one but two of our major projects in one issue. We’re kicking off our annual Gear of the Year Awards, where the best products and services are honoured. And the winners are decided by you, the readers of Pro Moviemaker magazine. Plus we reveal the winners in our new Filmmaker of the Year Awards, showcasing creative work done by real-world filmmakers and independent production companies in delivering stunning content for adverts, social media, promotional videos and more.
It’s in your new Pro Moviemaker magazine, out now, as well as lots more useful tips, equipment tests and inspiration.
Welcome to the new issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine!
It’s showtime in Sin City and we take a look at lots of amazing new equipment launched at the immense NAB Show in Las Vegas. From a shockingly affordable 12K Blackmagic camera that’s now Netflix approved, to lighting, grip, lenses and more, this issue is packed with loads of the latest tech. We’ve also got a special feature on some incredible new LED lights, tests on the 8K Sony mirrorless A7R V camera, lenses, audio equipment and loads more. It’s in your new Pro Moviemaker magazine, out now.
Welcome to the brand new issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine!
If it’s the latest equipment for creating stunning films that you’re interested in, you’ve come to the right place! This issue we take a look at the huge range of new PTZ cameras that pack in as much tech as any mirrorless or cinema camera, as well as taking a look at the new gear from the BSC Expo in London. And we look forward to the hot new kit that will be unveiled at the NAB Show in Las Vegas.
We have a special feature on audio kit, a guide to independent lenses, a filmmaker who had to film the world’s most expensive stallions and lots more. With loads of tests on cameras and lenses, plus a look at the filming of the smash hit Clarkson’s Farm TV show, it’s all in your new Pro Moviemaker magazine, out now!
Welcome to the brand new issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine.
While many filmmakers may yearn for massive Hollywood-style budgets and the possibilities to maximise creativity that comes with it, but the reality is the life is very different for the vast majority of professional content creators. And that’s what we celebrate in the new issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine in two very different ways.
Firstly we focus on the very best value new and used kit that make the wisest of buys in these tough economic times. And secondly we launch the first ever Pro Moviemaker Filmmaker of the year awards to shine the spotlight on the unsung heroes of the filmmaking world who create stunning work that is watched and enjoyed by millions. The visionaries who don’t equate low budget with anything less than original and innovative content. It’s all in your new Pro Moviemaker magazine, out now!
Welcome to the latest issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine
Get away from the doom and gloom of inflation and escalating costs, as the latest issue of Pro Moviemaker explores a booming area of business for professional filmmakers and looks at a sensible way of slashing costs on kit purchases.
Live streaming of niche content such as product launches and events is a growing market, and we look at how to do it as well as testing out the brand new Panasonic X2 camcorder that’s ideal for the job.
We also focus on why buying used kit could be the way forward in these cash-strapped times, and there are lots of tests on essential equipment, plus advice on how to thrive in 2023. It’s all in your new Pro Moviemaker magazine, out now!
Welcome to the brand new issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine
While lots of cameras have been heralded as ‘hybrids’ over the years, mixing stills capability with cinema camera features, in recent times, the world of filmmaking has become even more divided. The goalposts have moved and there are cameras that are now redefining what we think of as hybrids or cross-over models.
In this issue we investigate the latest crop of crossover models from a whole range of manufacturers. And we put the new Sony FX30 cinema camera hybrid through its paces.
Plus there’s lots of cameras and kit on test, inspiration and advice on how to take your filmmaking business to the next level. It’s all in your new Pro Moviemaker magazine, out now!
It’s a triple helping of the latest and greatest filmmaking equipment in this month’s jam-packed Pro Moviemaker magazine. There is all the very latest gear that had its international debut at the IBC show, Europe’s biggest show for filmmakers, back at RAI centre in Amsterdam after two years away due to the pandemic.
Then we went to The Photography Show and The Video Show at the NEC in Birmingham to bring you even more of the hottest gear launches.
And it’s also the issue where the winners in the annual Pro Moviemaker Gear of the Year Awards are revealed. It’s the Oscars of Equipment, where innovation and excellence is rewarded by real filmmakers who cast the votes.
Not only that, we get hands on with the new Sony FX30 mini cinema camera, look at the latest battery and charger technology on the market, test two new speedy Sigma wide-angle lenses, and put the Atomos Shogun Connect through its paces.
And we meet the go-to filmmaker for extreme sports and get him to spill the beans on how he does it.
It’s the must-read magazine for all filmmakers and the new issue is out now.
It’s time to get out and about as Pro Moviemaker previews Europe’s biggest show for filmmakers which is back after two years away due to the pandemic. We guide you through the IBC extravaganza being held at the RAI centre in Amsterdam, highlighting what’s going to be hot for you to peruse in those massive halls crammed with exciting hardware and software.
Plus there’s the latest news about Sigma’s fast prime duo, a desktop gizmo to speed up your post in all the best-known NLEs, a new carbon-fibre teleprompter that comes with its own bespoke screen, Tamron’s latest zoom lens, a new range of products made from natural timber and discover how your short film could win an Oscar!
The annual Pro Moviemaker Gear of the Year Awards recognise innovation, reliability and excellence, and we take a look at some of the kit that has made a big difference to many professionals.
And of course, Pro Moviemaker is packed with tests, information and advice plus latest news and buying tips. It’s the must-read monthly for all filmmakers and the new issue is out now.
It’s the time of year when Pro Moviemaker magazine calls on you to tell the world what bit of kit – hardware or software – has made the difference to your life as a filmmaker. To single out which accessory you can’t live without. Or what retailers or service provider can be relied on to make a massively positive benefit to you.
It’s the launch of the sixth annual Pro Moviemaker Gear of the Year Awards, recognising greatness in this industry of ours. From genuine innovation in product design to delivering equipment that does what it’s supposed to with remarkable reliability and excellence, to the people and companies that we all rely on to keep the wheels turning.
Every product or service that wins a Pro Moviemaker award is voted for by professionals like you. So please check out the list of nominations and cast your vote as it will ultimately benefit us all.
As always, Pro Moviemaker is packed with tests, information and advice plus latest news and real-world buying tips.
Pro Moviemaker magazine is the essential monthly read for all filmmakers and the new issue is out now.
With costs spiralling and tightening budgets from clients, we take a look at how professional filmmakers can save equipment costs without compromising quality. We try a great-value Kinefinity cinema camera that costs a fraction of big-name brands, sets of lenses that don’t break the bank and some great accessories that perform way better than their low prices might suggest. Fujifilm and Canon take the wraps off their more affordable mirrorless cameras fitted with APS-C size sensors, and Sony shows off its new range of lenses suitable for its crop-sensor cameras. We also reveal a lighting kit from Rotolight, small monitor from SmallHD, Atomos monitor and a trio of gimbals. But in case money is no object for your big-budget productions, we also showcase the Arri Alexa 35 and the flagship tripod and head combo from OConnor.
Pro Moviemaker is packed with tests, information and helpful advice plus latest news and lots of real-world buying tips to help pro filmmakers.
It’s showtime and we bring you a glut of new products from the NAB show in Las Vegas and London’s MPTS expo. We spotlight Blackmagic Design and Atomos as they reveal two innovative, but very different ways of bringing collaborative editing and live streaming to independent filmmakers.
Sony remasters its workhorse FE 24-70mm f/2.8 G Master zoom, Nikon reveals an 800mm Phase Fresnel lens that’s smaller, lighter and cheaper than any rival super-telephoto lenses and DJI unveils its new drone that weighs just 249g, meaning it’s legal to fly without training and certification.
There’s a simple simply enormous 65in editing screen from LG, and legendary German brand Leica launches ProRes Raw output from its latest SL2-S mirrorless camera.
We also put Canon’s EOS R5 C full-frame camera to the test, check out lots of the latest LED lighting and lots, lots more. Pro Moviemaker magazine is the essential monthly read for all filmmakers and it’s out now.
The latest issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine brings you the inside info on all the latest hardware, software and trends that you need to know about. We take a look at the hottest new kit you’re likely to see at the NAB show in Las Vegas or MPTS show in London, or at your local dealer.
We also try out the incredible new Nikon Z 9 mirrorless, the full-frame camera that should put the once-pioneering brand back at the forefront of shooting movies from small cameras. And we put it head-to-head with the current Sony mirrorless flagship, the Alpha 1 on a commercial stills-and-video motorcycle action shoot, to see which has the upper hand for hybrid image makers.
We take a look at the latest kit including the new Sony wideangle power zoom, Rode’s new headphones for filmmakers, Hollyland’s wireless intercoms and new glass from Cooke and Samyang.
Plus we investigate simple solution for live stream switching, how to master camera motion, and there’s a guide to the best shotgun mics and accessories.
Pro Moviemaker is packed with tests, information and advice plus latest news, how-tos and lots of real-world buying tips to help pro filmmakers.
In the latest issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine we take a look at the emerging trends all professionals need to know about. From the latest camera kit to shooting Raw, the newest advancements in audio, vertical shooting for social media, cashflow ideas and lots more. It’s totally unmissable for all independent production companies and owner-operator shooters.
We get to grips with the new Panasonic GH6 for a full test, speak to the man behind the Lumix series of cameras and check out its rivals to see if it makes sense to go back to MFT right now. And we also take a look at the new Olympus OM-1 MFT rival. And test the full-frame Canon EOS R3 mirrorless cam.
We also try out the latest RGBWW tube lights, affordable follow focus and mini tripod head, Joby’s full new audio line, Samyang’s Xeen range of cine primes, a full-frame Sirui anamorphic lens and lots more. And take an in-depth look at the latest kit that will be on show at the BSC Expo in London this month.
Pro Moviemaker is packed with information, advice, how-tos and loads of equipment tested to help pro filmmakers.
The latest issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine gets to grips with a brand new concept in camera technology – the DJI Ronin 4D. It’s a cinema camera, four-axis gimbal that uses drone technology, a long-range wireless transmitter and a laser-guided AF system to work with any manual focus lens
We also try out the latest XF605 4K camcorder that sets the blueprint for all future Canon ENG and events camcorders, plus we test lots of kit including two travel tripods, three mirrorless lenses, new audio kit and RGBWW lights, cine filters, a novel motorised gimbal and lots more.
There’s lots of news on the hottest new filmmaking equipment such as the Canon EOS R5 C, Joby range of pro audio kit, a 400mm f/2.8 Nikon Z lens, revamped Rode Video Mic Go II and we look at sets of cine prime lenses to suit all budgets.
As always, Pro Moviemaker has lots of information, advice and loads of equipment to help next-generation filmmakers. Every issue brings latest news, how-tos and lots of equipment tests along with real-world buying advice.
It’s the highlight of the year in the latest of Pro Moviemaker, as the winners in the annual Gear of the Year Awards are revealed. Voted for by thousands of working filmmakers, the awards honour the very best hardware, software and services – it’s the ‘Oscars’ of cameras, lenses, lighting and more!
We look at what won and why, and put the Cinema Camera of the Year – the incredible Red Komodo 6K – through its paces now it has autofocus. There’s also a full test of the all-new Panasonic BS1H full-frame box camera, and we put lots of cool kit like the Zhiyun Weebill 2 Pro gimbal through its paces. With news on the latest developments in filmmaking equipment – including the radical DJI Ronin 4D, 8K Nikon Z 9, Sony Venice 2 and A7 IV – it’s packed with help, information, advice and loads of equipment to give you the vital edge. Pro Moviemaker magazine is the essential read for next-generation filmmakers.
Pro Moviemaker magazine is the essential read for professional filmmakers everywhere every issue we bring you the latest news, how-tos and lots of equipment tests along with real-world buying advice. The latest issue is packed with lots of the very latest equipment as a glut of manufacturers unveil their latest and greatest new gear. We try out the 8K cinema camera from Kinefinity, take a look at equipment to help you shoot the latest down-the-lens interviews and check out lots of different tripods in our special Buyers Guide. And it’s your final chance to vote in the annual Pro Moviemaker Gear of the Year awards. It’s the annual event to honour the very best in filmmaking hardware, software and services. Along with tests on lots of kit like the new Atomos Ninja V+ and an affordable matte box plus two very different monopods, it’s an essential read!
If you are a professional filmmaker, then Pro Moviemaker magazine is an essential read for you as it is always packed with news, tips and loads and loads of equipment tests and real-world buying advice.
Once again the latest issue is packed with lots of the very latest equipment. We test out the awesome Alpha One from Sony with its companion Experia Pro smartphone, take a look at lots of cool lenses for mirrorless cameras and check out how to save lots of cash by buying used kit safely.
And we launch our annual Pro Moviemaker Gear of the Year awards. It’s the annual event to honour the very best in filmmaking hardware, software and services.
Along with tests on lots of useful kit like a new super-speed Manfrotto tripod and budget field monitor, it’s a must-read!
This latest issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine is once again crammed with gear, as we test out the heavily revamped Panasonic GH5 II and the pint-sized, full-frame Sigma fp L. And there’s a huge section devoted to testing the very latest audio kit. From XLR and DSLR mics and wireless systems to wind cheaters and more, it’s a must-read.
There are tests on the brightest 1×1 panel we’ve ever seen, a cool monopod, the DJI Air 2S drone, an affordable retro-style 35mm AF lens, an easy FCPX Raw plug-in and lots, lots more!
When it comes to the world of professional filmmaking, nothing comes close to Pro Moviemaker magazine which is packed with information, advice, equipment tests and guidance to help you and your business. This new issue is packed with great kit, as we reveal the winners in our annual Gear of the Year awards. We test the latest Red Komodo 6K cinema camera, and take a look at the all new tech in mirrorless from full-frame to crop-sensor. We check out lights, editing kit, drones, filters, lenses and more to help independent moviemakers everywhere.
We kick off 2021 with an exciting issue that’s packed with great features. There’s our cine cam mega test, in which we put new and impressive options from Sony, Canon and Blackmagic through the ringer. Elsewhere, we help you with the fine art of gimbal use in our Academy feature, cover a range of weird and wonderful lenses in our Gear section, and give you fresh legs in our support kit buyers’ guide.
We’re approaching the end of a tough year, with the global Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent impact it’s had on every business – including filmmaking. It’s been a time when cashflow has been an issue for many, and spending on equipment has to be carefully considered. That’s where the latest issue of Pro Moviemaker comes in. As well as the latest new equipment, we focus on testing cost-effective mirrorless cameras and look at buying used kit. We also kickstart our Gear of the Year Awards where the very best equipment is honoured.
It’s all about the latest and great new equipment in the new issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine. We’ve got to grips with the incredible new Canon R5 and Sony A7S III full-frame mirrorless cameras, and the Fujifilm X-T4 APS-C cam. Plus we go in-depth into Canon’s radical new EOS C70 – a new take on a hybrid cinema camera. With special new features on lighting, audio and lenses, it’s essential reading for all professional independent filmmakers.
The latest issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine focuses on kit and techniques to help professionals get back to making a living from filming as the Covd-19 lockdown starts to relax. We look at the equipment needed to start live streaming in our 12-page special, plus tests on cameras from Sony, Olympus and Kinefinity and lenses from Irix and Sirui. It’s a must-read for independent filmmakers.
It’s all about the gear in the latest issue of Pro Moviemaker magazine as the winners of the annual Gear of the Year Awards are revealed.
Plus – tests of the new Canon EOS C500 Mark II full-frame cinema camera, middleweight tripods go head-to-head to see which is best, and we look at lots of different audio equipment in our mega Buyers Guide.
With business advice on managing your cashflow plus a real-world investigation into shooting Raw, it’s an essential read for independent filmmakers.
And if this wasn’t enough? The Pro Moviemaker digital issue is now free!