Dear fellow videographers, I would like to bring to your attention my recent invention - Wiggly - http://kck.st/1gDOjJf. It is the first personal stabilized head for shooting professional videos with your smartphone or compact camera.
Chris Ace Gates - October 18th, 2013
Mobile phones are starting to take a backseat to amazing compact cameras - that have phone abilities. All you need is a good lens to make it work. The olloclip 4-in-1 lens is a highly functional iPhone 5s camera accessory.
Did anyone else get a strange satisfaction while watching an iPhone get treated poorly?
I realize this is part of why I enjoy Mythbusters, and Battlebots, but iPhones getting destoryed seemed especially entertaining. I believe the key is slow-motion - it makes everything that much more agonizing.
Chris Ace Gates - September 25th, 2013
Mike Wilhelm - September 10th, 2013
Since the release of the iPhone 4 way back in June 2010, Apple’s popular smartphone has been at the forefront of the mobile filmmaking revolution. But the heat has been on recently from other mobile manufacturers, particularly Samsung, so Apple needed to come up with some pretty big news at today’s launch event regarding its flagship mobile device. So, has the Cupertino tech giant delivered?
Jackson Wong - January 09th, 2013
Videomaker is pleased to award the Lifeproof cases Best Accessory for CES 2013
Mike Wilhelm - December 19th, 2012
A stabilizer is a really important tool to have. The iStabilizer Dolly helps you achieve silky smooth dolly shots with relative ease.
Mike Wilhelm - August 22nd, 2012
Mike Wilhelm - July 25th, 2012
Leading up to today's Mountain Lion release, Final Cut Pro 7 users everywhere were sweating bullets wondering if their beloved Apple based editing platform would finally be killed off (that is, be incompatable with future OS updates). Well, for those of you looking for that bite sized bit of information, here it is: Final Cut Pro 7 still works with OS X Mountain Lion. That said, I'd advise FCP 7 users still sitting on the sidelines to make a decision: Apple, Adobe, Avid, or Sony (if you're OK switching to Windows). Apple can't support FCP 7 forever.
Jennifer O'Rourke - June 29th, 2012
It's summertime and that means fun in the sun and near the water. But water and electronic devices dont mix so what are you to do? Many of us are lost if were not tethered to our smartphone and connectivity doesn't always have to stop just because the conditions get wet. Shooting outdoors and near water can be done - if you protect your gear!