Ultimate Comparison Guide to the URSA & CION
We at OneRiver Media appreciate your interest in our eBooks. Because we’re a working facility first and foremost, the inside knowledge and experience we share in these eBooks are directly generated from our real world production and post-production client-based projects. These projects range from commercial, corporate, short-film, and feature film production.
We have a lot of stuff in the works, but for now, we’ll start with our first two eBooks, “Rigging Your Cinema Camera” and “Ultimate Comparison Guide to the URSA and CION“. Both are written by published author and industry speaker, Marco Solorio, owner of OneRiver Media.
Sharing our decades of
real-world production experience
with the filmmaking community
- JUST RELEASED!
- Over 80 pages of in-depth content
- Extensive charts, diagrams, tables, matrix
- Comparing: URSA, CION, ARRI, RED, etc
- Sensors, formats, codecs, connections, etc
- Examination of ergonomics and form factor
- Cost break-down including hidden costs
- And much, much more
- PRE-SALE ITEM (Due to release in September)
- Over 300 pages of in-depth content
- Cinema Camera rigs since mid-2012
- Dissection of parts and techniques
- Cost, tips, fabrication, usage, and assembly
- Rigs: compact, studio, ENG, cinema, etc
- Various gear tested, from cheap to exotic
- And much, much more
If you’re not following OneRiver Media, you’re not paying attention. The camera knowledge bombs he dropped at LACPUG was scary awesome.
I vote for Marco over at OneRiver Media for one of the best training deliveries of 2012.
No one on this planet knows more about the BMCC than Marco Solorio, except maybe the folks who built it. You can learn more about the BMCC watching Marco’s comparison videos for 30 minutes than actually working with it for a week.
In reference to Marco Solorio’s first BMCC comparison video: Marco, you’ve done more than anyone to put that to bed. Excellent work.
I was really amazed with Marco’s camera tests of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. Marco’s test was significant because it showed what the Blackmagic Cinema Camera could do from a creative point of view, and in the end, that’s what matters. Marco has shown what kinds of images you can get, and I think in the end that’s what that matters the most. It’s very exciting. I’m not sure about everyone else, but I was really surprised watching Marco’s comparison video. We learned a lot from it as well! Full story here.
Marco’s Cinema Camera reveal at BOSCPUG was a watershed moment. The epiphany continues here now with no turning back!
Our good buddy Marco Solorio at OneRiver Media continues his exploration of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. He first came on the scene years ago doing codec comparison tests that were the standard for all those who wanted to know what’s really going on with your image. He also happens to be one of the nicest guys in the industry.
Follow Marco’s methods in motion… destroy your preconceptions, stretch your imagination, learn what the Cinema Camera can do.
Marco is unmatched in his expertise and creativity. I can’t imagine that in this digital age that there is anything he doesn’t know – but if he doesn’t know something he will step-up, find out the facts, and then of course in “Marco Style” become an expert at it. Although he might be smarter than everyone else in the room, he moves with a graceful spirit that acknowledges everyone’s contribution. If you look up “sui generis” in the dictionary, you are likely to find Marco’s photo there.