Ned Soltz is a veteran shooter, editor, consultant, author and industry expert. He is Contributing Editor of DigitalVideo Magazine and is a frequent contributor to numerous print and web publications as well as podcasts. Ned was among the founders of the LA Final Cut Pro User Group (now LA Creative Pro User Group) and is currently president of the New York City user group Mopictive NYC.
Convergent Design reckons its most recent firmware update for its Odyssey 7/7Q/7Q+ and Apollo monitor recorders is “a Pretty Big Deal.” Including Titan HD Extract, VariCam LT RAW, ProRes Proxy, ARRIRAW 4:3, EDLs and more, it could have a point.
With 5-axis image stabilisation and 307 frame burst shooting, the $1400 Sony a6500 represents a serious amount of mirrorless camera for the money. Indeed, Ned Soltz was so impressed at the launch event that he’s buying one.
Angenieux hits the sweet spot with zooms that "fill the gap" between still and higher-end cinema lenses, sporting an intriguing feature: interchangeable rear lens groups, allowing user conversion from full frame to super35 and back again.
- Wednesday 19 Oct 2016 - (94463) 8K is not the future of TV. We think 21:9 Ultra Widescreen is instead. Here's why...
- Saturday 15 Oct 2016 - (38817) Understanding ISO: In digital cameras, it's not what you think it is
- Tuesday 11 Oct 2016 - (22503) RED launches not one, but two 8K cameras [Update - now with product video]
- Saturday 8 Oct 2016 - (14857) The art of Colour Rendering
- Sunday 9 Oct 2016 - (6570) BenQ’s impressive PV3200PT UHD display reviewed
- Sunday 23 Oct 2016 - (488) A still image that is so beautiful: Antares rocket launch long exposure
- Friday 21 Oct 2016 - (1448) What happens when you put a 1000W LED onto a drone?
- Friday 21 Oct 2016 - (1124) The end of shaky video?
- Friday 21 Oct 2016 - (1449) What Convergent has done with Titan shows the way to capturing all camera angles at once
- Thursday 20 Oct 2016 - (5476) The state of Solid State Drives in 2016