We wanted to wish all of our U.S. friends and backers a happy Thanksgiving and express our extreme gratitude for all of our supporters that have enabled us to take this incredible journey. I know we’re not at the end yet (and for us the end is really the beginning), but we’ll be there soon.
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One of our camera backers, Josh Apter of Manhattan Edit Workshop, invited me out to a panel he was moderating on Digital Cinema: Past, Present, and Future at CCW Expo at the Javits Center in New York yesterday.
It was a real pleasure to check out this show, which is kind of like a mini NAB East, and features a ton of cool gadgets and broadcast gear. It’s amazing how much new broadcast technology is aimed at prosumers–small production companies and individuals working from single cameras, laptops, etc. without a studio of equipment to deal with.
The panel itself was a lot of fun. My co-panelists were Jem Schofield of TheC47, Terry Brown from Mega Playground, and Andy Shipsides of AbelCine.
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As you know we work with many people and companies here at Digital Bolex to bring you higher quality products at lower prices. This has worked well with Ienso, the electronics design company, Pomfort, the software company, the Kish, the lens company, and now Tas Merah, a leather case company.
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