SSDs for URSA Mini And 96TB LaCie Tower: NAB 2016

Storage

Media and Hard-Drive Storage. It’s a necessary evil in our industry. Where, at times, we drop our hard-earned cash on one of the least sexy purchases we have to make. These dollars spent on gigabytes and terabytes have to be the least exciting. Without it though we can’t shoot or edit. So we become one […]

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The CINE Battery: A way to cut the cord even on long shoots

The CINE Battery: A way to cut the cord even on long shoots 1

If you’ve been enduring the short and unpredictable life of DSLR batteries (let’s face it, the form factor of those little plastic blocks was never designed for the constant power draw of motion picture work) you’ll find the move to pro batteries to be nothing short of magical. And the undisputed king of camera batteries […]

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First look: T-RackS Saturator X for Mac/Windows from IK Multimedia

First look: T-RackS Saturator X for Mac/Windows from IK Multimedia 2

With its new T-RackS Saturator X, IK Multimedia is promising “analog saturation magic” for digital recordings. In the Italian company’s desire to simulate parity in two of the world’s most important currencies, new software for Mac and Windows and costs under US$80 or under €80. They state that the new T-RackS digital signal processor module plugin […]

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A Response to The New Yorker’s Article on VR

A Response to The New Yorker's Article on VR 3

The New Yorker recently published an article about virtual reality, and I felt the need to publish a response. I did so via the Cinematography Mailing List‘s VR listserv, and I feel that an edited version of those comments are coherent and meaningful enough to republish here. First, please take a look at the article […]

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