Posts Tagged ‘camera’

Since it’s the time of year when companies summarize the year they’ve had, and it’s been a while since I’ve done a check in, here’s my post-mortem on 2012. Last year I kept it under 600 words; there’s no way I’m going to be able to that this year. 2012 was a busy year. Had […]

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Last week was the 2012 NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was my first time at the show and all I can say is… wow… I’ve been to conventions, and I’ve been around massive amounts of gear, but this just blew my mind. I was on the show floor for […]

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Once a year Snader and Associates (snader.com) hosts the Emerging Technologies Expo and Communication Summit at the San Mateo Event Center. So, every year, I hop on CalTrain to check out this free gear-gasm. I was especially excited to go this year, because one of my favorite filmmakers, Shane Hurlbut, was giving a talk about […]

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PREFACE: I promise I will explain why I said “Relatively” in the title! Over the last few months I have been acquiring and using a lot of gear. Much of what I have been getting has been courtesy of Jag35. I am quite simply awed by their products. I’ll get into price comparisons below, but […]

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Everyone loves seeing timelapse videos. And creating them using interval frame rate cameras is easy. It’s even easier with cameras like the GoPro (GoPro Review). But visualizing the final product before you shoot can save you hours of shooting and rendering. By “visualzing” I mean, not only the visual aspect, but also the math behind […]

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