Despite one major point of weakness, the new Apple iPhone is an astonishing video tool.
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Sean Baker's latest film was shot entirely on an Apple smartphone - challenging our idea of the kit needed for movie making.
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I'm playing with a Glif.
People are too obsessed with the quality of their video kit, and don't think enough about content quality.
The convergence between video and still camera seems almost complete, bar a handful of edge cases.
Kodak is exiting the camera industry, and with that, the cheap handheld video camera market pretty much dies. How can companies survive change this fast?