ProLost is the Site of the Week on TWiP. If you're a first-time-visitor, thanks for stopping by! Here's a topical greatest hits to make you feel at home:
- The post that got me in is this, my tinker-toy musing of what the digital cinema camera of tomorrow might look like. Since then camera gear manufacturer Zacuto has gotten in on that game.
- But in order for all that stuff to make sense, we need camera manufacturers to get serious about this new class of camera.
- The first to do so may be Panasonic, with their announcement of the Lumix G, the first SLR-esque camera designed specifically to shoot video. Thoughts here.
- I wrote a letter to Canon asking for 24p support on the 5D MarkII.
- I wrote about RED's plans for making DSLRs obsolete.
- I explained why, as lovely as it is, Reverie looks like video, not motion picture film.
- Long ago, I preemptively praised Panasonic for the specs of the LX3. Today mine arrives from Amazon!
- At any time you can see all my posts tagged Photography or Cameras.
- On Flickr, here are my 12 "most interesting" photos, here are some of my selects, and here's my photostream.
UPDATE: I appreciate all the requests for my impressions of the LX3. I'm going to refrain though until Lightroom supports it's raw files—until then, it's not a real camera. But I did post a couple of sample 720p24 videos on Vimeo to appease those who wanted to see how much of an improvement they represent over the LX2: