Remember when people driving a car in the early 1920s where called „joyriders“? That was because a majority didn´t believe cars would prevail. But shortly afterwards, the pedestrians where called „jaywalkers“, and they became the minority on the streets. So what about this fight between horizontal (the good, the wonderful) and vertical (video syndrome version of) video? Is it possible that square video has a chance?
Here are 10 reasons why it might. Read On…
RTE´s Philip Bromwell has truly made a nice little mobile journalism piece today: Beautiful pictures and nice soundbites dipped in beautiful sunlight – all about the Great South Wall, who was build 300 years ago to protect Dublin harbour. What is remarkable about Philip´s piece?
There´s an interesting project on kickstarter, seeking funding for another 24 hours: Beastgrip. It´s a very flexible smartphone rig for attaching tripods, lenses, lights and everything. The great thing: Beastgrip can hold nearly every smartphone. It comes for around 100 US-Dollars when it ships from June. I had in in my hands at NAB 2015, quite a sturdy piece!
Bei Benro habe ich ein wunderbares Stativ für #MoJo gefunden: das „Aero 2„. Die Füße falten nach oben, also quasi neben den Stativkopf. Das macht es klein im Transport. Und leicht ist es auch: gerade 2 Kg.
I found a nice tripod at NAB in Las Vegas: the „Aero 2„, made by Benro. It folds neatly and is a light weight: only 2 kg.
— Björn Staschen (@BjoernSta) 14. April 2015
Auf der NAB Show in Las Vegas vorgestellt: Die 3DR „Solo“.