I make stuff.
Thank God. Now I don't have to fly with our REDs anymore, just slip a couple iPhones in my pocket.
(jusssssst kidding, but it does look good)
I believe we'll go back eventually. I won't until vaccinated. And that's not tooooooo far off, it seems.
4:2:0 is Sony Garbage. So it looks like 8K is really more a marketing stunt. The rest of the specs sound cool. I'm curious about their focus tech, for run and gun.
It's sooooooooo lonely down here...
C'mon, folks- this article's got plenty of good things to discuss. First, did your worker's comp policy cover anyone who could have gotten sick with COVID? Would that have paid for their medical? I've heard conflicting things. Do you think it's best to form your own LLC per project now, even for shorts, in case you get sued? Because if we do not use waivers, and somebody gets sick any time around the time of working for you- even if the work is for a short passion film- aren't you still personally on the hook? It's awfully tough to prove you got sick on a set unless you've been in a bubble for 10-14 days but it's impossible to prove they DIDN'T get sick on your set. I talked with an attorney who claimed (back in June) that the onus is on the business/production. There's so much misinformation, and most of my friends who are going back into production on small projects are doing it without a lot of thought for next steps when someone DOES get COVID. They're not being as cautious.
I've been rethinking the long-term investment potential of buying cine glass. There's a lot of low-budget stuff that is starting to look pretty good. Your mileage will vary.