“Hi their I’m Steve this is Izzy and today we’re going to show you how to make anti-fog strips for your GoPro out of paper towels.” – Ho Stevie!
Archive for the ‘Cameras’ Category
Back in 2011, at West Auctions in California, a small and unassuming camera sold for $10,100.00. The camera was a stock-standard Nikon F3 and MD-4 motorized winder. With a modified back, the camera had been part of the making of a Hollywood Blockbuster. The name of the movie was Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom. The scene in which the camera was used came to be known as ‘The Mine Chase’.
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Lucky7 Drones – We Fly What We Sell
Caught on Camera: Drunk Neighbor Smashes Drone – While filming our demonstration of the DJI Phantom 3’s sensitivity adjustments… A shirtless disgruntled drunk neighbor walked up out of nowhere and attacked our innocent drone. Please spread the word to stop drone violence.
Ben Stiller offering Andy Irons a beer
Fair Bits My Beach! Directed by Brendan and Emmett Malloy (they are cousins with Dan, Keith and Chris)
We have found out that more and more surf photographers are getting rid of their 600mm lenses and in doing so purchasing the new Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 USM lens.
Canon 600mm. With a price tag close to $12,000 this is why you don’t see many photographers (hobbyist and professional) shooting with one of these.
Canon 100-400mm. For $2,200 this will enable that many more photographers to be able to shoot from the land and yet get full frame tight photos.
What Canon has to say:
Telephoto zoom 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 lens is compatible with full-frame EOS DSLRs, as well as APS-C sized sensors where it will provide a 35mm-equivalent focal length of 160-640mm.
“This is one of my favorite photos I have ever taken with my Contax T3 point and shoot. Joel Tudor had just finished surfing Pipeline and was walking up through the Pipe trail and I had my camera and just asked him to stand there and let me get a shot of him. Surfing magazine ended up using this shot as a full page.” – Jack English
Jack’s old camera in which he is sending to Nippon Photo Clinic in New York to get repaired and his new (used) Contax T3 which he just recently bought off of some guy in Japan through Ebay (couldn’t find any new ones).
PHANTOM FLEX 4K Ultra HD Resolution 1000 Frames Per Second by Brain Farm
AERIGON The Only Professional Cinema Drone Designed For The Weight Of Professional Cinema Equipment
No one has ever flown a Phantom Flex4k – THE FIRST EVER – Phantom Flex4K Drone Flight
“This will be the most technical advanced drone camera flight of all time,’ or ‘The quarter-million-dollar crash.” – Curt Morgan – Brain Farm CEO/Director
“Everything is 30 pounds which is really heavy for a drone system.” – Greg Wheeler – Brain Farm Director of Photography
“It’s kind of a stressful situation.” – Nell Boshoff – Brain Farm Drone Pilot
At 2:28 notice the guy laying in the back of the truck wearing a ski mask
GoPro stocks crash when Apple has been granted a remote control camera patent
“after a whole day of flying my new DJI phantom 2 without any problems this happened because the battery was depleted…” – Kwier Spanjer
GoPro Developing Line of Consumer Drones – Company Plans to Start Selling Multirotor Helicopters With High-Definition Cameras Late Next Year