There are now a lot of MacBook Pros to choose from and Apple’s falling out with NVidia together with the relative disappointment of FCPX has put a new spin on which machine to buy for video editing.
Samsung have just released a photo showing new prototype cameras.
NAB 2011 is almost over for another year. It’s a big promotional event and of course a fantastic social gathering. A common theme of the DSLR scene at the moment is “we’re bored of gear lets see some really creative work”.
Converge came around for 2011 last week and it was interesting to see both from a creative filmmaker perspective, and from a business point of view where DSLR video is at and more importantly where it is heading. It was also great to finally meet Kevin Shahinian, and to catch up with other key people in the resistance like Philip Bloom, Joe Simon, Robin Schmidt and Sam Morgan Moore amongst others. Great to meet you all.
Converge is just a few days away now.
They have just posted an interview with Philip Bloom at the Converge website, and if you’re in the UK use the box in the right hand column to order your ticket. The event is in London at the BFI on the South Bank. March 1st (Tuesday) has all the talks and screenings, then March 2nd (Wednesday) is the workshop day.
Converge are doing great justice to the DSLR community, they *get* it. Their last festival was a massive success and their next one begins on the 1st March at a very plush home, the British Film Institute on London’s South Bank.
Since the T2i hack turned out to be an idiot-bomb, we move our attention onto where the real action is.
2011 is going to be an interesting year. First off, CES is about to start and there are rumours Canon may introduce a consumer camera which could resemble a fixed lens hybrid camera, featuring a larger sensor…