Not really film school, but for my high school education (In Norway you start highschool at 16, and get to choose between different kind of educations) I took something called media and communication, which is a education that teaches you all the basics of filmmaking, photography, graphical design, sound, PR etc. and during my time there I focused on filmmaking. For my third year I interned at an inhouse marketing department for a business selling houses and made films for them while doing some freelance work on the side. I also made sure to join as many free assistant jobs as possible for people I knew in the film world. When I was done I wnt on to a 4. year of highschool (Which im doing right now) to take the classes I missed because I focused on filmmaking, and I continued to work freelance when not in school. A few months ago one of my friends in film approached me and offered me a job in his new production company, and I said yes. So now I have a semi permanent job, which is really rare in Norway, almost everything is based off of freelance here. Really I just knew the right person at the right time. So you have to focus on networking and making a lot of content. Ill mention networking again because I cant say too many times how important that is! Networking.
If you could find a way to mount it you probably could. But right now it only includes iPhone and GoPro mounts
Im preordering mine as soon as I get my next check
And then were supposed to code assisting software on our own?
1080p is enough. Only problem is, customers are going to start asking for 4K
Im also curios on what framerates we get in 1080p. Higher bitrate 1080 96fps would be nice. And I am really hoping for at least 150fps slowmo capture. With 4k 4:2:2 capabilities we should be able to get a decent amount of frames in 1080p