Side By Side is a documentary about the current transition from film to digital filmmaking. It’s a documentary for camera geeks. Check out the trailer above and the official synopsis below.
Join Keanu Reeves on a tour of the past and the future of filmmaking in SIDE BY SIDE. Since the invention of cinema, the standard format for recording moving images has been film. Over the past two decades, a new form of digital filmmaking has emerged, creating a groundbreaking evolution in the medium. Reeves explores the development of cinema and the impact of digital filmmaking via in-depth interviews with Hollywood masters, such as James Cameron, David Fincher, David Lynch, Martin Scorsese, Steven Soderbergh, and many more.
[Tribeca via PetaPixel]
The Canon G11 is the point-and-shoot announced today that seems to be the focus of everyone’s attention. Despite my current infatuation after fondling the S90, Canon must be praised for quite a number of things they seem to have done right so far with this camera. Here’s a quick list of the key advancements. [click to continue…]
Pretty often these days I receive questions in regards to cameras, photography, tech etc. Earlier today I received a Facebook message from a college friend who wanted and needed Nikon advice. Here’s what he had to say:
I always see your status updates about cameras, so maybe you’re the right person to ask about this….I have a Nikon N55, and something is wrong with it, I ended up buying up to a used N75 just so that I can keep using film, until I decide to spend some serious money on a digital camera…But, should I look into fixing the N55, or should I bury it, and say my prayers?
hope all is well man.
I’d be grateful for any help you could provide.
Truthfully Camilo, you’re much better off replacing it with something along the lines of a D90, D300 or even a D700 depending on your photography habits. There are chances that Nikon may not support those cameras anymore as they try to focus mostly on their digital photography and replacing units like that is hard to do as pieces and specific parts aren’t made anymore. I had a similar problem while trying to fix/replace my mom’s Olympus OM77. [click to continue…]
Digital Camera Info has posted a review of the new 12.2 megapixel Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSi. The new Digital Rebel XSi kit comes with an stabilized 18-55mm lens. Canon’s entry-level DSLR now features a 3″ rear LCD panel that’s capable of Live View framing and focusing.
The XSi is more of an evolution than a revolution; the new features it adds over previous Digital Rebels are useful (and generally well executed), but none of them add that much to the experience of using the camera.
For more news, reviews and info on the XSi, check out Photography Bay’s Canon Rebel XSi Reviews and Resources.
Nikon has blown photographers away this past year with the introduction of the critically acclaimed Nikon D3 and Nikon D300. Rumors abound of several new Nikon DSLRs in the works, including a D90 (update to the D80), D10 (mid-range full-frame camera) and a 24 megapixel D3X (leaked in a recent D3 firmware update). We should know by the time Photokina 2008 rolls around which of these new cameras will come to fruition.
The technological advancements found in the D3 and D300 have pushed Nikon to the forefront of the DSLR market. According to recently published patent applications, Nikon may have something special up its sleeve for its next generation of DSLRs. [click to continue…]