IdolCam: the end of jittery video

IdolCam: the end of jittery video

Soon on a campaign at Indiegogo, idolCam is the latest product from AeriCam. With it, the company says, anyone can capture silky, smooth movies like the pros. According to AeriCam, the end of vacation and wedding videos that look too amateur is near. If you feel embarrassed to share with friends and families and you […]

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First look: iKlip A/V preamp/mount/grip for smartphones & small cameras

First look: iKlip A/V preamp/mount/grip for smartphones & small cameras 2

I have covered mounts and grips before (iOgrapher and The Padcaster). I have reviewed many audio preamps to connect balanced XLR microphones to smartphones from many manufacturers, including IK Multimedia. Now IK Multimedia has combined what the Italian manufacturer calls a broadcast mount & preamp in a single device called the iKlip A/V. This is […]

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Reimporting from Camera Archives in Final Cut Pro X

Reimporting from Camera Archives in Final Cut Pro X 4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zihCnGzJFUs&feature=youtu.be This week on MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin from Ripple Training shows us how you can get tripped up when restoring clips from a Camera Archive in Final Cut Pro X. A Camera Archive is the name for a bit-for-bit copy of a camera card, preserving the card structure and all related metadata. When you […]

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The brand new Lumu app does it all

The brand new Lumu app

With the introduction, soon, of the Lumu Power, which offers light, exposure, flash and color temperature meter in one device, Lumu felt the need to redesign their app, so a new Lumu app is going to be released shortly before the Lumu Power launch. The Lumu Power is about to become a reality thanks to […]

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