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Mike's luck has finally turned around as he was finally able to snag an iPhone 4. But what does this mean for the future ...
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Hi! This is Mike from the substream.com and this is the Film Lab and usually in this Film Lab episode they explain how to do some piece reproduction and production of post production technique, how they do run about lighting, how they used the sea span or explain some film making lingo. This is different so bare with me because recently we had to make a decision to make a wise in the substream studio here because we always shots with the nice Canon HV camera and Canon XH a one that suppose nice lens and that’s really big and we wanted to be less extrusive. We shot our episode, this is Kodak Zi6 with a million you like it there is flip scan which shot tips and dirty that pick of looking it’s going to be sound in HD video. Unfortunately like often they are cost under 200 bucks and are super cool and super convenient eventually both professionally after the hard of work we put it too and we have to replace it. And we start to looking around and testing a bunch of this little flip type cam, this pocket it shots 720P video and the best possible replacement and what we think is going to be incredibly important piece of video making technology was the video camera in the iPhone 4 and now we’re probably like lay to laid on this but on being Canadian is the thing on being poor that we just had it now. But most important thing is happen in video making history was in the mid-60’s when Sony introduce the first port of tag on video camera called the video rover and it was crazy thing that have camera like this with a big long wire that went to a basically giant VCR, this was a coopers personally wear to backpack and operate the recorder the other person with the camera but you couldn’t— you have to very careful when you get this because it ended at the sun and the bright light you basically destroy it. It was an important because it immediately revolutionize the movie making industry as people are always claiming in advancement in chip video technology will do it’s important because immediately it’s like with the week it was check out by the brash of artist like Andy Warhol and Nick Nanjen Pike who started using it to make video award. The port of pack in handheld video technology been when on being credibly successful in part because we use by anagram, art community there are video art and eventually filtered through mainstream film making and influence it in a bunch of really profound important ways and that’s what going to happen within with the iPhone 4. A lot these is in the flip camera shot ray video but unfortunately they don’t have the kind of penetration into the market that the video camera in an iPhone 4 will have just by did of the fact that was included in the iPhone 4. And now with a lot of people have a flip cool little HD video camera that they can carry around in there pocket a lot of company are making really cool product portable as well. There is an app called almost DSLR that might you basically tack to Gibson and take over the camera’s functions and lock in right balance with focus and closure in a way that the regular camera won’t let you do and there is companies like OWEH which stands for optical which enlighten hands with techniques now with 37 millimeter lenses that screw on the Fran or you put your phone and then use it like camcorder and get this crazy fish effects and there is even in come did Atlantic a 35 millimeter lens adaptor that you can screw on the front of your hourly Volvo iPhone 4 mount to get that really cool film camera that to fill look. Again using there to take over this is can take over Hollywood film production that the same way that the Canon XHA1 is in going to takeover Hollywood maker. If the people still like an images that come other 2 or $300,000 HD or film cameras what it will do have ever is change the way that people like you and I with low budget film make and people that only consider themselves film maker and people show themselves in boring will make rule and that’s all because of this and the accentor that are going to come on it. So, we got one and we’re going to be using it a lot more in the future and we used it last week and they broke it in and kind of my phone over the ancestor we to the stuffs and the Harry Potter midnight screening that we have last week. And we are going to covering ongoing advancement in iPhone 4 film making technology because we think it’s really neat and now because it’s got the most amazing feature quality and now because they got amazing sound quality although its looks and sounds good but because it just like the faction is now on our product they’re going to end up in hands of a little bunch of people they’re going to be able to do a bunch of creative stuffs with it. Check back here will talking about more.