WOW! It didn't take TOO long for the Chinese to knock these off. I feel bad for Moondog Labs, especially (American, not sure about Letus, MOment or SANDMARC). I owned Letus and Moondog Labs' anamorphic lenses for iPhone at different times. How can they possibly compete?
Looks like the "Finally" was removed. Actually this adverb would more aptly apply to the most recent anamorphic lenses announced by Vazen and Sirui (not adapters, LENSES) for MFT and APS-C, respectively.
Sadly prophetic. AND $40 more than originally assumed. NEXT! Already sold my GoPro pom-poms. Anyone want my Yi ones?
Can you provide links to said scripting techniques for upping the bitrate? I'd love to try this out. Thanks.
As a GoPro cheerleader/evangelist (until recently), you are wrong. Except for the ProTune/log department, Yi 4k matches the Hero 4, spec for spec (including far superior battery life and a much more responsive, user-friendly UI/app). It does have a "Flat Color" profile. I sold my Hero 4 after buying the Yi 4k on a whim. (One other downside to the Yi: Slightly larger form factor, making it incompatible with many accessories that rely on the boxy GoPro shape.) Other than that, if you buy a GoPro Hero 4 over the Yi 4k, you're a sucker. If you buy a GoPro Hero 5 over a Yi 4k+, I suspect the outcome will be the same. If you look hard enough, you CAN find download raw clips shot with pre-production models. I'm not naive enough to believe they may not be reflective of the final product. I will also reserve judgement til mid-April. Bottom line: I can't speak for all of their products, but the Yi 4k and their portable/wearable gimbal are FAR from crap.
Great article and great presentation by Mr. Csikszentmihalyi. I blame the internet and in a larger sense, FOMO. I remember being way more productive in my first job as a graphic designer, until they gave us internet access...