DP, software engineer
"who shot The Post on a Panasonic Millenium XL2"
Typo. It was a Panavision.
When you're writing an article, you should be concerned with answering the first question (or questions) a reader will have. This one fails to do so.
1. When will the lens be available?
2. How much will it cost?
If you don't know, then say, "Pricing and availability date have not been announced," or words to that effect. This tells us that you DID think of the glaringly obvious questions but don't have answers for them.
Unfortunately and bafflingly, there's still no way to perform a fundamental and necessary operation in Premiere: re-linking all of your footage to alternate source clips.
This means that, after you copy the used clips somewhere and color-correct them, there's no way to redirect your project to the corrected clips. Unbelievable.
Not really. This is a gimped POS that is easily topped by cameras released years ago.
FYI, it's "set up your shot." "Setup" is a noun; as in, "That's a really nice setup you have there."
"what if you're in a pinch and need to mount your mic to a boom"
Because there's a boom lying around with no mount? Seriously?