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Archive for November, 2011

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iPhone 4 SLR Lenses

If you click on the pictures above you will be able to see a video shot using the iphone with lenses from Nikon.

You can use either Nikon or Canon lenses with your iphone. Of course the original lens of the iphone does not change but any external lenses can be added if you purchase a certain gadget that you put the iphone in.

 

It is pretty cool and you are able to use it professionally to a certain extent. The iphone SLR case will help you take better pictures and adds extra features to your ordinary iphone camera.

The cost of a compatible lens for the iphone 4 is $250 and 150 for the iphone 3 edition. This is a fine added addition to the gadget world and if you are interested and own an iphone you should try to give it a try.

The video posted above shows you the footage provided. Not too bad!

I have read recently that they have used an iphone to shoot parts of the Avengers a movie that will be released in 2012; not sure but maybe they have used something similar for lenses usage.

Click on the picture above to see the video made by the iphone using SLR lenses.

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Arri Alexa conquering Hollywood

"Arri Alexa Plus digital 35mm camera"

 

After seeing several recent releases and knowing what they were shot on, I can officially say that Hollywood is officially going Arri Alexa, including movies by major studios like Sony & Columbia who rarely support anything other than Sony equipment and Panavision. Is this a change of trend in Hollywood? Is this camera finally a breaker for film?

“Jack and Jill” (2011) Arri Alexa with Cooke S4/i Lenses

Currently in production

“Gangster squad” (2012)

?This camera is now available to rent at Cinemagic’s Rentals.

For more info click here

 

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Kodak the final countdown

Click on the a picture above and watch the video posted by WSJ in relation to Kodak. Someone is trying and still wanting to fight back!

Are they following a proper strategy?

Will they be able to dominate the right market?

Can they survive all this?

Your thoughts and comments will be appreciated.