Hope everyone celebrating has had a wonderful holiday season! We’re celebrating at Digital Bolex too, and as a thanks to all our customers who made this holiday bright, we’re counting down to 2015 with 5 days of great sales starting on December 28th. Continue reading “Happy Holidays from Digital Bolex!” »
Dillon Novak is the director of Rob Drabkin’s new music video Hope in a Hopeless World, which debuted Monday on Elmore Magazine. Watch the video below.
We shot “Hope in a Hopeless World” up at my Dad’s Victorian house in Sequim, WA. He just moved into the place, which was built during the Civil War and hadn’t been occupied for the last couple of decades remaining completely furnished with the majority of it’s original pieces. Over the course of the week that we stayed there, Rob and I realized more and more that between the location and the idea, it almost felt as if out of a storybook, similar to Roald Dahl.
We were very excited to announce exclusively through The Wrap this morning that we are coming on board as the Premiere Sponsor for the 2015 Slamdance Film Festival during its 21st Anniversary this January.
As a camera company ‘for filmmakers, by filmmakers,’ we’re extremely proud to partner with Slamdance, the film festival ‘by filmmakers, for filmmakers.’ Our mission at Digital Bolex is to provide affordable tools that enable artists to create work on their own terms—the fearless filmmaking by innovative voices that Slamdance has been famous for discovering over the last two decades.
To celebrate small films on the big screen, we’re presenting FEARLESS FILMMAKING: ART ON YOUR OWN TERMS, a block of minute micro-shorts shot on the D16. The slate of shorts will be judged by Slamdance alumni Amber Benson (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), director Todd Berger (“It’s a Disaster”), cinematographer Laura Merians, Emmy-nominated writer Kent Osborne (“Adventure Time”) and Oscar-winning producer Damon Russell (“Curfew”). Continue reading “Digital Bolex: Premiere Sponsor of the 2015 Slamdance Film Festival + premiere your D16 short at the festival!” »
Earlier this year, Daniel and Andrew Zox shot an amazing music video that combines footage from the Digital Bolex D16 and a more expensive camera. The video premiered at the UN for International Day of the Girl on October 10th. We were very excited by the finished project, and asked Daniel to share his process of shooting and matching two cameras in very different price ranges. Can you tell which camera is which? Read on to find out more about the shoot and the choices Daniel and Andrew made.
Okay, I’ll begin how I’ll end this post:
D16? I’m sold.
I’ve had the camera since April, yet I’ve only shot trivialities (mostly low light): fruit on a table; a buddy drinking a beer; my cats – lots of cat shots; my toddler wreaking havoc pretty much anywhere there’s space to discover, assess, and rip apart in a hummingbird’s blink; and my wife’s vociferous proteststo put down the camera and block the lil’ demon’s pathway of destruction: