Online video site Vimeo has announced that it is set to offer its contributors new ways to make money.
Peter Jackson's The Hobbit was going to be a showcase for 48fps filmmaking but now it seems many won't get to see the tech.
Shooting movies in 48fps is here to stay so we might as well get used to it, reckons director Peter Jackson.
A Sky News camera man has been using a Panasonic GH2 alongside his professional Panasonic video camera for over a year.
James Cameron showed off 18 minutes of footage from Titanic 3D in Los Angeles this week and took to the stage to explain how the technology can be used to supercharge retro releases.
Director Ridley Scott has joined a growing group of filmmakers who see 3D as the future of moviemaking, announcing that he is never to film in two dimensions again.
It's set to be the biggest film ever made in 3D but this doesn't mean that many have qualms about The Hobbit made in another dimension.