Ks For Days: Blackmagic Jumps Ahead to 12K with the URSA Mini Pro

Credit: Blackmagic Design
We dive into Diversity, Ks... and Galactic Senates.

This week, Charles, George, and Michelle reflect on a recent conversation around terminology.  Plus, Blackmagic's big news, a case for theaters to look like the Star Wars' Galactic Senate, and we have Tenet's new release date... kind of.

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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by Charles Haine and George Edelman and edited by Michelle DeLateur.

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It blows my mind that 90% of the articles have a title that mentions the resolution but nothing about the new sensor's design characteristics which are completely new and as mentioned in the livestream, the 12k is a byproduct of that design.
People still shoots in 2k alexas no problem.

July 24, 2020 at 9:22PM, Edited July 24, 9:22PM


Thank you for sharing!

July 25, 2020 at 3:10PM


I really appreciate your thoughtful conversation about terms like master/slave, male/female and taking opportunities to reflect and improve.

I've often wondered why an effort is not made to remove the unnecessary profanity from this podcast. Every episode is rated Explicit and none of that language is needed or enhances the content in any way. It excludes young people and folks like me who try to avoid such language from learning about filmmaking for no reason.

Even your thoughtful conversation about the sensitive use of words was laced with words that refer in a coarse way to sexual intercourse and human excrement. I realize that, as you said, you can't improve everything at once but that incongruity stands out to me.

August 1, 2020 at 10:26AM