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Zacuto pointnshoot5_3

The Zacuto Point’n'Shoot camera grip for the iPhone is now available for all iPhone 5 models, including the new 5c and 5s models. The grip also works as a tripod, slider or jib mount thanks to the 1/4-20 mount on the bottom of the grip. [click to continue…]

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Zacuto Z-Finder GH3

Zacuto has a new Z-Finder Pro designed for the Panasonic GH3 thanks to a GH3-specific Gorilla Plate that attaches to the bottom of the camera.

The GH-3 Z-Finder Pro has a 2.5x magnification and diopter for fine-tuning focus. If you already have a Z-Finder Pro or Jr., you can just pick up a Gorilla Plate and frame for the GH3.

The Z-Finder Pro for the GH3 retails for $395. The GH3 frame and plate kit runs $129. More details on Zacuto’s website.

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Zacuto Blackmagic Camera Kit

Zacuto has unveiled a new line of cine rigs for the Blackmagic Cinema Camera.  The new rigs are available in a variety of configurations – from run & gun to counterbalanced shoulder rigs, as well as fully kitted tripod rigs.

There’s a great rundown of the new rigs in the video below from Zacuto. [click to continue…]

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Zacuto Z-Finder Frame

Zacuto now has a new Z-Finder frame that works with the Canon 5D Mark III and Nikon D800.  The new frame is compatible with all current Z-Finders, so the new cameras won’t require an entirely new finder.

The new Z-Finder frame retails for $60 and is available at the Zacuto Store and B&H Photo.

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Zacuto Great Camera Shootout 2011

Zacuto’s 3-part documentary, The Great Camera Shootout 2011, is now out with all 3 parts online.

The camera lineup includes the 35mm Kodak 5213 & 5219 Film, Arri Alexa, RED ONE M-X, Weisscam HS-2, Phantom Flex, Sony F-35, Sony F3, Panasonic AG-AF100, Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 1D Mark IV, Canon 7D and Nikon D7000.

Part I ‘The Tipping Point’ tests dynamic range, under-exposure and over-exposure: [click to continue…]

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Zacuto has posted Episode 1 of The Great Camera Shootout 2011.  Last year’s, Shootout scored an Emmy and this year’s series is shaping up to be even better.

In the 2011 edition, the Shootout compares a dozen different pro-level cameras (and film): [click to continue…]

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