Looks like Halifax might be getting some winter weather (well it is winter after all). Most of the flights out of he airport have been cancelled. On the plus side I’ve been waiting to do a time lapse of a storm so hopefully this will work. I’m shooting it with a Brinno I picked
A Nebraska women posted a video on YouTube bragging about her recent bank robbery. Hannah Sabata, 19, celebrated her unlawful gain by flashing the money (all $6.256 of it), gloating about the car she also stole, and give away other details so the police barely had to do any leg work in the case
GoPro has announced the new Wi-Fi enabled HERO3: the most advanced GoPro, ever. GoPro states it’s 30% smaller, 25% lighter & 2X more powerful than previous models. New resolutions and frame-rates include 4Kp 15, 2.7kp 30, 1080p 60, 1440p 48, 960p 100, 720p 120 and 12MP burst photo capture at 30 fps. Of course
Yet another use for that great little camera:
It’s hard to explain why but so far I’ve managed to avoid the DSLR temptation. I think that avoidance is based on a little bit of hoping for video camera that offers the results a 5DMkII produces and little of looking at the workflow involved with using a DSLR to shoot with and thinking
Edit – Hoax of the decade? Fake Times Square video iPhone hacker a strong contender (Thanks Pat!) The creator of this neat little device describes it as “pretty simple: plug in my transmitter into the iphone 4 and play back any video clip. The transmitter instantly sends the video signal to the video repeater
Award-winning filmmaker Park Chan-wook has shot a 30-minute film, called “Night Fishing,” using only an iPhone 4. The movie is about a man who goes fishing at night and finds a female shaman. “Night Fishing” was shot using up to 10 iPhones filming simultaneously from different angles. About $130,000 was spent making the movie.
When it comes to CCTV surveillance in public places Canada’s not quite as up there as the UK . That’s not to say there aren’t cameras everywhere like they seem to be in the Bourne Trilogy. But today everyone has one. I never leave the house without mine because, like most people, it’s there