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The B4-Cage for using ENG lenses on DSLRs.

Get the IEBA B4-Cage to make using an ENG lens on your DSLR a lot easier!

America SCORES with this powerful video

Anthony Burokas helps America SCORES Dallas tell their story with a compelling video for their 2015 annual Soccer Ball fundraising event.

IEBA helps North Texas GALA tell their story.

Anthony Burokas produces a video that demonstrates how GALA celebrates diversity & enhances equality for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender North Texans in schools, workplaces, and communities.

Anthony produces Healthy Flavors for PBS

Anthony Burokas ensures this cooking series looked and sounded its best for 15 years on PBS and Comcast.

RaceTrack picks IEBA for 100th store celebration!

Having a 100th store celebration at Cowboys Stadium and want a celebration video for the nation’s largest LED screen? You hire Anthony Burokas of IEBA Communications.

We’re building Hope Park!

Anthony quickly turned around two great videos for Hope Park Frisco- one for fundraising before the build, and one video during the build itself.

Anthony shoots KPost Roofing Video Series

Anthony Burokas provided unique roof-top video services to Studios 121 for a series of videos for KPost Roofing.

ARTICLE: Using Inexpensive DJ LED Lights to Jazz Up Video Productions

For the cost of one good fresnel light and accessories, you can get an entire multi-light, expandable LED lighting package. Let me show you how I use my LED light kit.

ARTICLE: What is: IMAG

Anthony Burokas discusses what tools and techniques do you need to use, or be aware of, to pull off a successful IMAG production. Read the article on Streaming Media Producer.

IEBA produces Video Biographies for the teachers of Music Together Dallas.

IEBA Communications produced a series of videos so mothers can get a feel for the music instructors at Music Together Dallas, and see how they will inspire the children.

REVIEW: Test results of the Nikon D800’s video- grading, sharpness, moire, and more.

In part two of Anthony’s comprehensive review of the Nikon D800’s video capabilities, he provides examples of audio quality, sharpness, grading, and moire.

REVIEW: How well does the Nikon D800 work for shooting video?

In part-1 of this 2-part review, Anthony Burokas examines how well Nikon’s much-heralded D800 DSLR works as a video camera, in terms of operability and functionality.

ARTICLE: “What is” Live Switching?

Streaming Media Producer’s look at live switching, touching on the differences between switching and mixing, assembling the components and crew of a live switch, and the basics of “punching” a multi-camera show or event for live delivery.

IEBA produces Chosen Child’s “Adoption Option”

IEBA Communications helps Chosen Child Adoption Services reach out to women who have just found out they are unexpectedly pregnant, to give them an important message about choices full of hope for the future.

Frisco Women’s League 2012 Mother Daughter Tea

Who can provide live event video services, document the event for future promotion, and secure music from Moby to use for the video? Anthony Burokas of IEBA Communications can.

Dalton Highway HD

We are proud to announce that Dalton Highway HD is now available. Look for retail stores in Alaska, and soon on Amazon and Amazon Streaming and YouTube rentals.

REVIEW: Litepanels MicroPro Hybrid DSLR LED

How well does the Litepanels MicroPro Hybrid do both stills and video lighting in one compact package?

Live Events with the iPad3 Mobile Video Production Platform.

Apple’s New iPad 3 is making quite a splash. Several key features really play out to the benefit of media producers for whom ultra-fast turnaround is paramount. With the latest processing horsepower and the latest version of iOS iMovie a lot of computers are going to be left collecting dust withRead More

Adapting ENG Lenses to DSLR Production, Part 2: Power & Rigging

Let Anthony Burokas tell you how to wire power to an ENG servo zoom lens attached to a vDSLR.

Adapting Smooth Servo Zoom Lenses for DSLR Production, Part 1

DSLRs have become the standard by which current and future large-sensor camcorders are judged. But as we adopted DSLRs and primes to produce more “filmic” video for our clients, we left something critical behind: the feathery smooth servo zoom that serves feature film producers so well. So how do youRead More

IEBA shows everyone Habitat for Humanity’s McKinney “ReStore”

When it comes to knowing the power of video, and being able to implement end-user-centered video from concept through delivery, including the latest video & search technologies, Anthony Burokas of IEBA Communications made it happen for Habitat for Humanity’s McKinney ReStore.

REVIEW: Panasonic AG-HMC80 On-Shoulder Camcorder

In an era of ever-shrinking HD cameras, cell phone HD, and DSLRs, you might ask, why would anyone need an on-shoulder HD camcorder? Is it the copious amount of I/O jacks? The ergonomics? Or the easy access to numerous features in a big camera sort of way that enamor theRead More

Review: Panasonic AV-HS400N HD Video Mixer

HD video mixers aren’t cheap, but they do offer amazing functionality inside compact boxes. I put Panasonic’s AV-HS400N through its paces during an awards ceremony. I found much to like, and a few minor issues, and look forward to technologies like this becoming more affordable in the years to come.Read More

Covering the Frisco Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards for the third year straight.

When it comes to business in Frisco, TX, the Frisco Chamber of Commerce is a busy little organization. Helping small businesses get the word out, ribbon cuttings, networking meetings and a whole lot more. Every year, they host an awards banquet honoring the successful businesses in many categories. For threeRead More

ARTICLE: Multi-Camera Color Calibration in the field.

How do you get all the different cameras you might use to cover an event to match? There is a trick you can use to set up a color profile for each of the cameras, and then use the corrections established there to correct for the rest of the footageRead More

Long Lens work for Ambit Energy’s 7-location webcast.

When it comes to corporate work, especially webcasts, the traditional camcorder is still the workhorse. These cameras can be set to interface directly with multi-camera video mixers, and even be remotely painted to match perfectly. Plus, like DSLRs, they can have the lens changed out for something more appropriate forRead More

REVIEW: The Panasonic AG-AC160 Prosumer Handheld Camcorder

Panasonic has several camcorders with similar build, but different underlying core technologies — specifically, the AC160/130 and the HPX250. The key difference between them, respectively, is 4:2:0 MP4 GOP at 1920×1080 resolution and AVCCAM recording as high at 21Mbps, versus 10-bit, 4:2:2 independent-frame, 1920 x 1080 resolution AVC-Intra 100 recording.Read More

REVIEW: Sonnet Qio High-Speed File Transport Center

Sonnet has crafted a beautiful solution for rapid footage offload that gives your laptop far more connectivity, power, and capability than ever before. The system is solid, and in pure professional parlance, it does what it says it can do. The Qio is, according to Anthony Burokas, the most usefulRead More

REVIEW: Panasonic AG-AC7P Shouldermount Camcorder

A physically similar follow-up to Panasonic’s more professional AG-HMC80 AVCCAM, the AC7P uses the more consumer AVCHD format, loses a few ports, and drops $1,200 from the price tag, making the $1,300 (MSRP) AG-AC7 the least expensive actual on-shoulder camcorder you can buy. But what do you get? Read moreRead More

IEBA helps Music Together Dallas promote the Joel Schickman Children’s Music Fund.

When you want to say something poignant, it often works much better to strip your video down and let the content- the message- shine through clearly.