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It sounds like Cameron doesn't care for 48fps in standard cinema, but feels it is valuable (and I assume therefore more visually pleasing) for 3D. Which makes sense to me, as 3D seems to exaggerate the jitter of 24fps when doing quick pans or dollies or whatever it may be.
Yeah, I'd always still be cautious especially if on a steep incline.
Just make sure your ONE leg is extended further than the others (obviously). If I know I'll be on uneven ground, I'll bring two empty sandbags and a bag of garden pebbles/rocks/whatever and put however much I think I need in each one and wrap one around each of the TWO uphill legs with gaff tape. You could also carry some 5lb weights or something similar. It's not pretty but it's very stable.
Um, if you're shooting on uneven ground like a downward incline, putting two legs downhill is the exact opposite of what you want to do. It's far far easier for a tripod to fall over with two points to pivot on, instead of one.
Set up a tripod in your living room. Try pushing against two legs and you'll tip it easily. Push against one and you won't. That's why we use tripods and not quadpods.
That's just a director's viewfinder. Looks like one specifically for the Alexa 65.
This wouldn't make sense to me. They'd have to replace the 15" if they did this and I don't see why they'd do that.
My 2017 15" MacBook Pro is identified as MacBookPro14,3. It's not 14". Those are just model identifiers.
Everyone complaining about the way the promo Logan posted looks is entirely missing the point that Logan was trying to make. Yes, it is not that "impressive" in an artistic sense, nor is it good "camera porn", but his point was that it looks decidedly different from most samples you see on the Internet. And it does.
It's a promo for Hilton. Not meant to win an Oscar. I think it looks great because it is nothing more and nothing less than what it is supposed to be.