Cameras + Formats is the essential reference and calculator app for cinematographers, editors, ACs, DITs, and filmmakers of all kinds."What's the dynamic range of the Red Dragon?"Can Adobe Premiere work with CinemaDNG files?"How much C300 footage can I fit on a 64GB card?""What formats support alpha channels?"If you've ever asked one of these questions, this is the app for you. Search over 50 cameras with a list that includes Arri, Canon, Red, Sony, Blackmagic, Panasonic, and GoPro. Or browse by format, from modern standards like ProRes and DNxHD to older ones like MPEG-IMX and Betacam.Dig deep into each camera and format, with a information such as dynamic range, sensor size, native ISO, supported resolutions, frame rates, bit rates, chroma sampling, and more. Youll also see how well it performs with the latest version of Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, and Avid Media Composer.Then use the versatile calculator to find out how much footage you can fit on your camera card or hard drive-- or how much storage space a given amount of footage will take up. You can also calculate audio, and share your calculations!This app is constantly growing with new cameras, codecs and features, and we're always looking for ways to improve! If there's a way it could work better for you, please let us know at http://grayhourmedia.com/formats-feedback/"With the abundance of camera formats now out there, its easy to get lost with which system can do what, with the Cameras + Formats app this information is now at your fingertips. I can see this working great with kit you plan to hire and want the quick specs of, and working out how much hard drive space to allocate for certain projects."-Cinema5D"I've been working as an videographer and editor in NYC for years and I've been hoping than someone would release an app with this sort of functionality. Extremely useful on set or in post production!"-iTunes Review"This app is well designed and a very positive experience."-iTunes Review Technical Note: Notation of Frame RatesWhen describing 29.97 fps, some people just say 30. Or, they count interlacing fields instead of frames, which is why 60i also refers to 29.97 fps. So to avoid confusion, we dont use any field rates or shorthand. If a manufacturer says 60 or 30 but they mean 29.97, we use 29.97. This means that if you see a 60 in this app, were talking about true 60 fps (which is usually slow motion). Technical Note: Actual Free Space in CalculatorYour results will be more accurate if you enter the amount of actual free space. For example, a 128GB card may offer only 120GB after formatting. Or a 4TB hard drive may offer only 3.6TB. You can usually find the amount of actual free space by mounting the card or drive on your computer after formatting it. Technical Note: Accuracy of Sony CalculationsCalculations for Sony formats will be different if using the format calculator vs. the camera calculator (for example, XAVC in the Sony F55 camera calculator will produce a different result than in the XAVC format calculator). This is to compensate for Sony CRC, which keeps your footage safe from corruption, but reduces available card space on cameras. For accurate results, you should use the camera calculator for card media space, and the format calculator for hard drive storage space. About Us:Cameras + Formats is designed and maintained by Gray Hour Media. Gray Hour produces fresh and original content for film, episodic and the web. Head to www.grayhourmedia.com to check out our work, and hire us for your next project in NYC!