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  1. Hi, We are two technicians working in the film industry in France (a grip guy and a gaffer) and we just discovered this very interesting forum. We particularly noticed that gaffers and cinematographers were asking questions about light output and what aperture is obtained at a certain distance. It happens that with the help of two IT engineers we developed an iOS app responding to this question about 2 years ago. First and for all, we’re not going to post messages everywhere on this forum to sell our app nor are we going to pollute your threads to gain in visibility. We just think s
  2. Hi everyone! I'm happy to introduce my app "Camlist" whose 2.0 version has just been released on the App Store )It's a tool for making smart camera rental lists on iPhones and iPads, to help you and make you save time during the preparation of your projects. It's been especially designed for cinematographers and camera assistants, I hope you'll find it useful. Feel free to send me your feedbacks so we can improve it for the next releases You can download it there: https://apps.apple.com/app/camlist/id1357603776 Thomas
  3. I hope an app I developed may be useful to cinematographers. Sundial shows essential solar and lunar data + allows you to create alerts for 20 sun/moon events including sunrise, solar noon, sunset, dusk, moonrise, and the full moon. It is for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. http://www.sundialapp.com/ I'm a film lover and have thought the alert feature might be useful on a film set, as tool to help to remind you of changing light conditions other than "looking around." The alerts are calculated and generated on the device without a server, and work without an Internet connect
  4. Hi everyone, I'm looking for testers for a new FlickerFinder App which helps crews spot flicker on set. https://flickerfinder.com Anyone who signs up for early access will get an extra free copy at launch to share. An in-camera test to find flicker isn't ideal since it happens late; if there's a problem it means that the production is delayed. Viewfinders can also mask flicker, especially at high frame rates. Sometimes props can also get mixed up and reintroduce flashlights which have bad PWM flicker. Since the problem is spread between Lighting, Camera, & Art, it's a real
  5. Can anybody recommend a decent camera report app (something that can be used on a Desktop, iPhone, iPad...)? I'm just looking for something that logs: Project, Scene, Take, Date, Camera Settings (ISO, Shutter, WB, Color Prof, Stop, FPS, etc..). Not so much for Metadata or TC. Ideally something that can export as PDF and be moved to dropbox or a drive fairly quick. Thanks for your help!
  6. Hi, I've recently entered pre-production on a low budget feature I recently finished writing, now storyboarding awaits. I'd like to shoot the entire storyboard on set. Been looking into the Artemis app. It would be great to use the app to find the right focal length for each shot and add that information to each storyboard picture. Does anyone know how the metadata is stored in Artemis if you sync it to dropbox? Would be great to add the pictures and metadata into something like studio binder or shot lister, so that you know exactly what lens to use for each specific shot. It would be a hu
  7. Create flexible shotlists for your next film with StoryFlow – available now on iOS for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Designed for directors and cinematographers, StoryFlow lets you create lists of scenes and shots for an unlimited number of movies. Features include: Easily reorder shots. Create ‘shoot days’ and add shots to each, so you know which shots you need to get on which day. When you’ve added all the shots for a scene, you can lock them so they won’t be accidentally re-ordered. At that point, each shot has a fixed shot number. (Unlock at any time.) Number shots alphabetical
  8. Revamped Interface Offers Enhanced User Experience; Now Available on Android and Windows WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. (May 28, 2015) - Panavision has released a new and groundbreaking version of its popular PANASCOUT application. Adopted by industry professionals as an essential creative tool during preproduction, PANASCOUT was the first application to allow capturing and sharing of images encoded with the crucial metadata needed on location scouts. PANASCOUT is available for free on all mobile devices running iOS, Android and Windows platforms. A wide range of intuitive functions and a redesig
  9. CREATING SHOT LISTS - THERE'S AN APP FOR THAT Create flexible shotlists for your next film with StoryFlow – available now on iOS for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Designed for directors and cinematographers working on independent and short films, the StoryFlow app lets you create lists of scenes and shots for an unlimited number of movies. Now you need never miss that important shot. Features include: * Easily reorder shots. * Create ‘shoot days’ and add shots to each, so you know which shots you need to get on which day. * When you’ve added all the shots for a scene, you
  10. Looking for an iPhone/iPad mobile app that can give me relatively accurate spot color temperature metering. Any good ones out there? Which ones do you use?
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