Used to work in a media lab in college, and late nights of design/editing led to us using random objects and trash to build our own putt-putt golf courses in the office hallways.
So would anyone here recommend reading The Peregrine?
There were only 14 lighting solutions at NAB?
Proxies is also what I'm looking forward to the most. It's hands down my favorite aspect of FCPX.
I think they all kept mentioning depth of field because they're fresh film students and just wanted to use all the new terms they learned last week!
I'm not impressed by anything in this offering from Canon. That 80D is waaaay overpriced. Sony has an 18-135 $600 lens with the powered zoom build in AND it's constant aperture at f/4. The external zoom accessory sounds cool, but at first glance it looks like it's feature set is sort of bland. A $700 point and shoot with no notable features? And what is with that shotgun mic? $250? Come on, canon.