I sat down with my friend Dave Maze for a podcast recently. We talk about the origin of EOSHD 10 years ago, and the start of the DSLR video revolution, my filmmaking adventure in Berlin, recent controversies and edgy camera opinions.
Above: Camera Conspiracies has a point!
I’ve always been a big Panasonic shooter and no other company has done more to pioneer affordable 4K filmmaking.
However I shouldn’t let my love of Panasonic’s cameras like the GH5 and S1H blind me to the failures.
I’m afraid we need to talk about the G100.
Try and watch any new 4K video, trailer or camera test on YouTube in Safari – you will see 1080p or 1440p max!
Until Apple and Google stops ripping off their customers with silly codec wars, here is a solution I’ve found to get 4K YouTube videos working again in Safari.
Buh bye! Tomorrow I will start to pull all my videos from Vimeo and transfer them to another platform.
With an increasing number of customers relying on YouTube for expert consumer advice, is it any wonder Canon continue to sell more cameras than Sony and Panasonic?
It was a great occasion to enjoy some of Photokina with Dave Altizer. This video was an experiment in many ways, to plant a seed for more EOSHD YouTube content. I hope you enjoy the start of EOSHD TV, and let’s see how it goes in the future when I rope more unlucky people in front of the camera and come up with more content (the channel won’t just be interviews).
Where Netflix has invested billions in content, YouTube is happy to leave it up to Logan Paul.
(This opinion-post contains strong language)
I’ve been meaning to write a blog post about how fucked up YouTube is for a while now.
Logan Paul and YouTube share exactly the same ethical standards: that is to say: none.