Freelance ENG, videographer and editor
I was really impressed with the Ripple at IBC. Nice people who explained the philosophy behind them. Small, affordable, easy to use. Perfect for anyone starting out or anyone traveling and who needs to grade. The controls felt exactly like the ones on the more expensive Wave-deck.
As of right now it works with most grading software. Resolve and SpeedGrade at least. I asked if they would support Lumetri inside Premiere. They said not yet, but "most probably" in the future.
Good to see that my photos are of use!
The Sony Cinealta are great, but they don't cover a full frame sensor.
To me, this is the ultimate travel-camera. IBIS and internal 4K for video. 42 sharp and rich megapixels for capturing beautiful stills and timelapses. This is what I hope the 5D Mark IV also will deliver. Until now I saw the Canon 1DC as the best-of-both-worlds camera - not the price though.
In Norway it's priced at the same spot as the 50mm f1.4 - at about 950 USD. Already placed an order for it.
If this is any good it will find a place in my bag. It might not seem like a lot of travel, but it's better than nothing. Whenever I am on vacation I really want to bring my slider, but it's too big, and more often than not it won't come with me when I'm out and about. Looking forward to see this in action.
I don't think so. Not yet at least. It doesn't support Lumetri inside Premiere so I doubt it support any other software plugin.