Digital Convergence Episode 111: Where’s My Jetpack?

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In this episode we answer listener questions:

  • RED sues Sony
  • Canon releases official firmware update to correct C300 color fringing
  • Apple cuts prices and increases specs on Retina Macbook Pros
  • Interesting infographic: Film Industry By The Numbers
  • Water jet pack filmed by Devin Grahm
  • Listener feedback

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The DCP Team:

Carl Olson @TheCarlOlson | DigitalFilm.TV | The Gainfully Unemployed Podcast

Chris Fenwick @chrisfenwick | chrisfenwick.com/

Mitch Aunger @planetMitch | blog.planet5d.com/

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DCP listener, photographer, and convergence filmmaker: Martin Friedrich: www.martinfriedrich.com

Film Industry By The Numbers Chart

Dale Grahn on Working at Pixar

Want to fly? Devin Graham shows everyone how – with HDSLRs and more (via planet5D.com)

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