The new PL mount from Hot Rod Cameras is here!
We are pleased to announce that our online store is now open to the general public for orders of D16 cinema cameras and accessories! We are offering a limited run of 500 cameras for pre-sale. These cameras will ship in 8-12 weeks. Our other accessories, such as apparel, camera bags, and batteries, will remain open from now on. We have a lot of great items, so even if a camera is outside of your budget right now, cruise on over to check out what we have in stock!
Special Offer: We have an exclusive $100 discount code on the camera available to readers of nofilmschool.com that expires 12/20. To take advantage of that, use “nfsreader13″ at checkout. We are also offering a $20 discount when you purchase a Switronix battery bundle at the same time as you purchase a camera.
If you are a Kickstarter camera backer and you order a Switronix battery from us before your camera goes out, we will cover your shipping cost! So please email us for details.
For those of you interested in purchasing a camera, we recommend contacting your financial institution and letting them know that you plan to make a large purchase; we have run into a number of individuals whose banks have declined the transactions due to size. PayPal is accepted by our online store.
You will need to have an account with digitalbolex.com to check out of our store. To register, go to digitalbolex.com and select “Log In” from the top menu. This link is located to the far right, next to our logo. When you are brought to the “Log In” page, you will notice a link beneath the username/password fields to register an account. Click that link, and follow the instructions.
Once you create an account, you will need to click “Log In” again and fill in your new username and password in order to gain access to the store. Then you can navigate to http://shop.digitalbolex.com, or select it from the menu at the top of our site.
Thanks for your support, and feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com at any time during your checkout process if you have questions,
Joe and Elle
Chris from Wide Open Camera came by last week to test out the new cheese plate design (seen here alongside the 3d printed prototype sun hood). Some of you may have seen the plastic prototype at NAB; this one is metal, and fits very nicely on the top cold shoe.
I’m so excited to finally tell you the details about our first set of Super 16mm Digital Bolex lenses! I know this idea is a little unconventional to say the least, but I think we’ve come up with something that will impress you!
I wanted to tell you about a little side project I have been working on for almost as long as I have been working on the Digital Bolex. It’s called the Mixer Lens. It is the first POV lens for food related shows. As you may know the cooking show industry saw a huge boom in 2009…
And we thought what is really missing here is the “Down the Barrel” shot of food as it’s being cooked. Introducing the first ever Mixer / Camera combination…