by Nino Leitner | 10th July 2015
Watch previous episodes of ON THE COUCH & ON THE GO by clicking here! Visit our Vimeo and YouTube playlists, and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes! In episode 24 of ON THE COUCH, I talked to Frank Mirbach, CEO of German production company Mineworks Film, Lawrence Richards, a director of photography from Germany, and David Stevens, CEO of Glidecam Industries, Inc. (thanks to AF Marcotec for hooking us up with David!). In this final part of the episode, we talked about the strange fact that cameras tend to become bigger again – after years of “shrinking” the footprint of the everyday cameras like DSLRs and offsprings like the C100/C300, we see a tendency of professional cameras to becoming bigger again. The biggest testament to that fact is the Blackmagic URSA, a massive camera with a large built-in screen that can be folded out. We also talked about the relevance and future of 4K for various productions as well as how reframing is relevant for various purposes when finishing in 2K or 1080p. Please visit our sponsors’ websites to keep new episodes of ON THE COUCH coming! Thanks to G-Technology, Røde Microphones, Movidiam, FilmConvert & F&V.Read more
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