The RGBlog

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    Daily Report: Suit Up

    The Daily Report highlights our work with Fox Digital Studios on the web series, Suit up.

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    Digital FX Featured in Post Magazine’s Green Initiatives

    Post Magazine highlights what we’ve done to achieve a Gold LEED certification.

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    Lacie Thunderbolt Drive

    Fast comes at a premium, though I’m not sure if its worth it.

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    Marek Dean Dolejsi

    Marek Dean Dolejsi

    The Digital FX family is excited to announce its newest member.

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    Epic-X and Leica-R Summilux

    Epic-X and vintage Leica glass

    What could be better than shooting 5K at 120fps?

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    The perfect iPhone case?

    I seem to have a problem remembering to bring my wallet when I leave the house, so when I found Twelve South’s BookBook case for the iPhone 4 and 4s I knew it was the solution I needed.

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    Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D

    Cameras & 3D by Offhollywood / Digital FX. Shot on Epic with 3ality Technica systems.

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    Epic-X and RED One

    Epic-X is Finally Here!

    Remember what it was like waiting for Christmas when you were a kid. Well, that’s how it’s been around DFX as we have waited all year for this stocking stuffer.

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    Alaskan Bears In 5K, Oh My!

    Dave’s trip to shoot Alaskan bears didn’t produce any harrowing tails of bear attacks, but the beauty of those Alaskan bears and the scenery of America’s greatest wilderness left quite an impression on him.

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    A Silver Bullet Taking Aim At Film?

    Last week, my daughter took an interest in an old 1950s box camera of mine. Eventually, she asked me if I would get some film for it so she could actually take pictures.

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    Hands-on with the Epic-M

    Now that we have our Epic-M in our hands, we just couldn’t keep it to ourselves. This camera is so drool-worthy, we had to share the love.

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    Netflix, circa 1912

    The concept of movies delivered to the home is nothing new. In fact, the idea is probably a lot older than you think.