The Ninja Blade is Atomos’ newest available 10-bit HDMI recorder/monitor/player. The difference with its predecessor, the Ninja 2, is unbelievable. Everyone in the business already knows the screen isn’t just bigger but also has a higher resolution, but even if you know all that and have seen the images on the web, it still hits you in the face when you see it in real life. Other than that, the Ninja Blade has waveform monitors and a vectorscope, and a plethora of other features that make it a must-have and an upgrade to consider.
Best Practices & Analyses
David Newman, Senior Director of Software Engineering for GoPro answered some questions that I had after writing my story on transcoding GoPro files to ProRes 422. I kept wondering if the intermediate step of transcoding — as I have been doing over the years — is the best approach for handling and processing GoPro Cineform files. From his answers that I received by email I learned it isn’t necessary.
The other day, when I was scanning old negatives with a new Canoscan 9000F MK II and SilverFast 8 for my piece on SilverFast’s Multi-Exposure, I kept thinking about the reasons any photographer should want to keep using film and a scanner to digitise his or her images instead of using a digital camera. That made me contemplate some of the disadvantages and benefits of scanning film and those of image sensors…
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