RAIN FIRE FILMS NEWS
In addition to the purchase of the 4K capable Panasonic GH4 Micro Four-Thirds camera, Rain Fire Films is delighted to have invested in the Kickstarter campaign for Veydra's M4/3 Prime Lenses.The new lenses have been designed by industry veterans Ryan Avery and Jim Zhang, and are specifically crafted for use with M4/3 cameras such as the GH4 or the Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera. Rain Fire Films opted for four lenses - the 16mm, 24mm, 35mm, and 50mm, and will allow us to make our video products even more cinematic than before.
The lenses will be shipped in January 2015, so we will keep you up to date with lens tests once they arrive.
DEC 17TH 2014 - RAIN FIRE BACK VEYDRA LENS KICKSTARTER
Originally funded in April 2014, Blind Spot Gear has started sending out the Scorpion Lighting Kit after a successful crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. The Scottish company have developed a fantastic product that makes lighting quicker, easier, and more versatile.
The kit comes with four LED lights, each of which can be dimmed. The stem of the light is flexible, so it can be coiled around objects to add lighting from previously difficult angles and positions. As well as mains powered, they also have battery packs which makes them ideal for shooting outdoors.
We'll show you these in action very soon. Watch this space!
NOV 22ND 2014 - RAIN FIRE RECEIVES SCORPION LIGHTS
Rain Fire Films has aquired the Panasonic GH4, one of the first 4K resolution DSLRs to be developed. The camera has wowed critics with the quality of its images, as well as the high rate of data it can process, leading to beautiful, cinematic footage.
The camera will allow Rain Fire Films to film in 4K and then edit in 1080 HD resolution, while maintaining the original file so that when 4K becomes readily available to consumers, the projects can be revisited and relaunched in full 4K quality.
Keep an eye on our YouTube and Vimeo channels for our footage from this fantastic new camera.
AUG 1ST 2014 - RAIN FIRE ACQUIRES A PANASONIC GH4
Having funded many film related projects on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, Rain Fire Films is now turning to the popular site to help fund a series of short films.
Titled 'The Illuminant Midnight Project,' Rain Fire Films is seeking to produce three short films for a total of £15,000. The films are to be shot in Scotland overt he next 12 months, and seek to tell three very distinct stories, linked together by a common, universal theme.
APR 19TH 2015 - RAIN FIRE BACK LAUNCHES KICKSTARTER PROJECT