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In part 2 of episode 20 of ON THE COUCH, I talked with pro photographers Kamil Tamiola, Tom Barnes and Lucas Gilman about photographers moving into video production.
There are a lot of challenges that photographers face who want to move into filmmaking which they probably don’t think about beforehand. Lucas mentioned his challenges when he decided to shoot video for the first time, with things like audio, moving camera, technical issues and many other things that he never thought about – even different framing and selection of shots, going all the way down to thinking even more in sequences rather than individual shots, which is crucial for editing.
More rumors come from Northlight Images today. Apparently the Canon EOS 3D rumors already started in 2004 and they’re coming back now and then.
The 3D has been regularly mentioned for many years – some of what was suggested became the 5D, but the 3D frequently gets listed – often as a general purpose ‘I want a cheaper 1Dx camera wishlist’.
They claim to have been told that we’d see a a new full frame DSLR called “3D” next year and it would also mark the appearance of Canon’s new sensor design. They also said that the 5D mark 3 would not appear until next August (for photokina 2012).
Personally, I don’t take this seriously at all. It looks like another one of the rumors that come in so frequently but eventually turn out to be bs. What do you guys think?
Image via Canonrumors.