Blunty responds to the reveal event for the XBOX ONE…
So MS has their #Xboxreveal event, where the XBOX ONE was unveiled and some details and demos were finally revealed to the general public, and to gamers… People lost their minds almost instantly.
(and yes, I was planning to green-screen key this footage if you were curious… but had a bit of a technical issue that was taking more time that it was worth to fix… lucky for me, the bright green is an XBOX brand relevant colour so it doesn’t look too out of place ;) )
This week on DDTV, Sigma 30mm f/2.8 DN Art Lens for micro four thirds Review… it is one of the best value lenses you can buy for the micro four thirds system! … or any camera system actually… it’s absurdly good value!
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Filmed on the first foggy morning of the season in Sydney, using a Nikon V1 camera with adapted c-mount CCTV lenses (25mm f/1.4 & 50mm f/1.4).
I needed a bit of a stress breaker, and for me one of the most effective ways to calm my mind and body is to go for a slow wander with a camera and just shoot “for me”… no review testing, no brief, no plan, just me a camera (preferably with a manual lens to force me to slow down even more) and I shoot whatever seems like it should be shot… just let creativity flow like a slow river.
On this occasion I was using my Nikon V1 camera with a lens mount adapter to use c-mount CCTV fully-manual lenses. The video I shot was done so in the 720 60p setting to allow me to slow down the movement even more.
Olympus PEN E-P5 review, this time a shot for shot, clip for clip side by side shoot-out comparison to find out how far ahead the new EP5 has strode past the camera it replaces, the PEN EP-3…
In this series, an Extensive EP5 review, Blunty style. A multi-part review video series, breaking the Olympus E-P5 down in hardware, stills, video, using the new Focus peaking feature with manual lenses, and a head to head shoot-out shot for shot with the Olympus E-P3.