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Spot the difference: Peter Spans puts X-OCN on test Spot the difference: Peter Spans puts X-OCN on test

German film-maker Peter Spans put our high-quality X-OCN ST and LT formats to the test. Shooting short film ‘Nilly & Nally’ with our F55 CineAlta camera and R7 recorder, Peter wanted to see if there’s any visible difference compared with RAW.

Documentary filming with the F55 Documentary filming with the F55

Cinematographer Matt Norman spends an awful lot of time away from home with his trusty F55 for company, shooting docs across the globe.

The Making of Les Bohemes: Production

In February Sony asked filmmaker and film educator Den Lennie and director Bruce Logan ASC to make a short film using three Sony cameras. They also asked Lennie to make a series of short behind-the-scenes films about the making of the film to act as a useful guide to filmmakers wanting to find out more about the filmmaking process from pre-production to production and post. In this second of a trio of “making of” films, Den Lennie and Bruce Logan ASC discuss the production stage of Les Bohemes.

Made in South Wales

Many of Sony’s best-known camcorders are made not in Japan but at Sony’s thriving manufacturing base in South Wales. Rob Wilson explains how Pencoed has gone from strength to strength.

A Flexible setup for Norwegian Football

Norway's OB-Team has invested in 11 PMW-500s along with ingenious peripherals that enable them to be used as ENG or systems cameras

Showing Bernachon at its best

Cinematographer Loic Houeix put the F55 through its paces when he made a documentary short about a well-known Lyon chocolatier

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