GoPro has announced that the Protune firmware upgrade that was unveiled at NAB 2012 is now available for download. Most notably, the Protune firmware upgrade adds the ability to shoot 24p with a 35Mbps data rate on the GoPro HERO2.
Key features of the Protune firmware upgrade include: [click to continue…]
GoPro announced some pretty exciting stuff for the POV market at NAB 2012. A new firmware upgrade for the GoPro HERO2 called Protune adds 24p and 35Mbps data rate to the HERO2. In partnership with Technicolor, the new Protune update adds the ability to shoot with a flat Cinestyle developed by Technicolor.
More details in the press release below.
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Deep inside the Technicolor booth at CES 2012 was a small table showing off some new color correction software from the same company that brought CineStyles to our Canon HDSLRs last year.
Technicolor CineLights is a program based on Technicolor’s award-winning DP Lights system and is intended for quick color correction such as dailies. It’s not really intended as a finish grading tool; however, it does offer some keying, three-way color correction and a Look Library as part of CineLooks. [click to continue…]
Technicolor’s CineStyle for Canon HDSLRs is now available for download. Technicolor is also providing look-up tables for the recommended S-curve grade to get the most out of the Canon HDSLR footage. [click to continue…]
I spoke with a Technicolor representative at Canon’s NAB booth yesterday and learned that Technicolor’s CineStyle profile should be available for free download on April 30, 2011 on Technicolor’s website. [click to continue…]
One of the big news nuggets coming out of NAB 2011 is Technicolor’s announcement that it has developed a ‘CineStyle’ profile for Canon DSLRs. According to the press statement, “Technicolor CineStyle provides cinematographers with a look that allows for the greatest image latitude as production photography moves into editorial and ultimately digital intermediate color-grading and delivery.”
The new Technicolor CineStyle will be unveiled next week at the NAB show in Las Vegas. There’s no word on delivery method of the new CineStyle to existing cameras; however, it makes sense to expect a firmware update soon (hopefully, next week).
Canon definitely has some “major product announcements” planned for the NAB show and, chances are, this new CineStyle profile will go hand-in-hand with whatever else Canon has up its sleeve for next week.
You can read the full press release from Technicolor below. [click to continue…]