Ever since I first hefted a camera onto my shoulder I’ve been using tungsten lights to fill in the dark areas and light up the night (as well as interviews). Tungsten seemed to be a fixture for both news and production…been around nearly forever. But in the past twenty years there have been some pretenders […]Read more "Pondering light…"
…and its deep rooted trust of technology. I’m an old geezeress. Got my toehold in news in the waning days of film, shifted to 3/4 tape and took off running and never looked back. One thing that was embedded in my nerve system was to always use manual controls…never trust the machine. This was especially […]Read more "Battling the modern mindset…"
It is probably about time to update this. Not to buy a camera, mind you, but to revisit a topic that must continually be updated, thanks to techno-changes, which NEVER seem to slow down. A good and a bad thing. Good cause those little babycams seem to get better and better. Bad cause…well, who really […]Read more "Choosing a camera 4.0…"
UPDATE on 11.16.12 The posting below has some misconstrued facts. The fact that the WB went out at the same time I got a new polarizing filter is coincidence. It turns out that there is an internal issue in the camera. Further testing w/o the filter proved that, along with some extensive discussions with Panasonic’s […]Read more "A polarizing issue…."