Polaroid releasing Android camera?

Posted on January 04, 2013 by Noah Kadner

 Here's where it starts to get really weird over on Imaging Resource:

"There will be an Android powered, interchangeable lens camera introduced by Polaroid at CES 2013"

Much as I have a big soft spot for Polaroid and all they did to advance personal photography, it's hard to see where they can remain relevant in today's market. Time will tell if they do offer something unique. The camera they announced at last years' CES never shipped...

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Panasonic GH3 Profiled

Posted on September 17, 2012 by Noah Kadner

Here at Photokina, Panasonic unleashed its Lumix DMC-GH3, which supplants the aging GH2 as the company's top-end Micro Four Thirds camera. The GH2 became a favorite among independent filmmakers and documentarians thanks to a robust video capture capability, one that was often aided by third-party hacked firmware that improved recording quality.

Read more at:,2817,2409150,00.asp

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Canon 5D Mark III revealed in spy photos ahead of March 2nd launch.

Posted on February 27, 2012 by Noah Kadner

Slashgear reports:

The next mega Canon DLSR, the 5D Mark III, has been spotted in the wild again, this time in three separate images of the camera at various angles to whet the appetites of photography pros ahead of the expected March 2 launch date. The images showed up on the forums of CanonRumors, and appear authentic, according to the site. The camera will be unveiled in at least two upcoming events, one in Singapore and the other in France.

Sounds pretty intriguing, especially as the photos indicate a separate headphone jack finally:

We still offer our 5D Mark II training video here- which no doubt shares many similarities in workflow to the newer version.

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Philip Bloom surveys Pro Editors on FCP X

Posted on February 07, 2012 by Noah Kadner

Great read from editors who actually tried the software out over at Philip Bloom's site:

There are many people who still want the print to tape feature of Final Cut Pro 7. And I was one of them, especially if you, like me edit a show that requires you to print to tape for broadcast delivery.  Apple, like only Apple can do (reminiscent  of not allowing flash on an iPad) has basically rendered tape-based workflow dead. I don’t know if that is a good thing, but as I tell my students “it is what it is” and you must find a work around.
Working with Final Cut Pro X has been like being a cruise that starts off really bad, but you know by the end of the vacation it  will get better, and it just did.

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Posted on November 18, 2011 by Noah Kadner

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