On the 9 of October Atomos released the latest AtomOS 10.3 for Shogun 7, previously announced at the IBC 2019 show.

On Wednesday 9th October 2019, in response to  the customer feedback about recently launched EOS and PowerShot models, Canon Europe will introduce 24p (23.98fps) mode for video recording, through a series of future firmware updates for select models.

The models include Canon EOS90D, EOSPR and PowerShot G7X Mark III

Once downloaded, the free firmware updates will enable users to shoot 24p (23.98fps) in Full HD and 4K resolutions for the select models.

 These are the first Canon models to benefit from the new 24p (23.98fps) firmware, as will be the recently launched EOS 90D and EOS RP in late October.



The Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III and G5 X Mark II will follow by the end of December and the EOS M6 Mark II update will be available during 2020.

 This announcement comes after the recent availability of the new firmware version 1.3 for EOS RP and 1.4 for EOS R which further enhances the eye and subject detection AF performance of both mirrorless cameras.



Canon is committed to providing a diverse and full line-up of products to cater for all capabilities and interests by listening to our customers feedback and providing enhancements accordingly.

For more information, please visit canon



SIGMA Corporation is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of interchangeable lenses for the Canon EF-M mount digital camera series with APS-C image sensors

Alpha 9 II, containing a host of delights for Moviemakers

Sony has announced they will be supporting our future generation of filmmakers and television creatives by providing a wide range of training services, and products to boot! These will help give a hands on experience and skill sets, which are necessary to thrive in the media industry. They will be working with new sixth-form, the London Screen Academy, hoping to inspire and make immeasurable the skills of aspiring content creators.

Sony has revealed the new full-frame FX9 camcorder with a 6K sensor, Fast Hybrid Auto Focus system similar to the A7 and A9 mirrorless cameras and dual base ISO for great low-light performance. Hot on the heels of the full-frame £17,000 Canon C500 Mark II launched last week, the new flagship Sony camcorder is set to be significantly cheaper at around £12,000 but doesn’t record Raw internally. For that, it has to go to an external recorder. And although the Sony sensor is 6K, the camera only records in 4K as it downsizes the footage.

Canon has revealed a brand new Mark II version of its Cinema EOS C500 with a 5.9K full-frame sensor, internal Raw Light recording like the EOS C200 and 4K 4:2:2 10bit XF-AVC recording to CFExpress cards. The C500 Mark II is set to be unveiled to the public at next week's IBC show in Amsterdam. The price will be £16,999 including VAT.

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