Watch the video of the draw by none other than Vincent Laforet himself to see if you are the one. If you didn’t win don’t despair we have some great post-NAB give aways from Redrockmicro and Zacuto to come in the next few days.
Not only does the lucky winner get the cup we’ve also put together a collection of other great stuff from NAB that we are going to send along with it. Thx to GoPro, Zeiss, Miller and Canon Singapore for the extra prizes.
The Canon 5DmkII fridge magnet
A Miller mini tripod
A Carl Zeiss hat
A GoPro beanie hat
Also check out these entertaining videos from other happy 24-105mm cup owners:
This video is of a conversation that took place on the show floor at NAB 2010 between the infamous video guru Philip Bloom and DSLR video shooter Khalid Mohtaseb. Just in case anyone missed it there has been a vigorous debate here on this very site about the rights and wrongs of a montage of footage the Khalid showcased – the debate even made it all the way to the Huffington post.
In this video Mohtaseb canvasses the views of Bloom, who spent 17 years as a news cameraman, about the issues around the use of cinematic techniques for news shooting.
We ask Vincent Laforet, the original 5DmkII filmmaker and former New York Times award winning photojournalist, about his views on cinematic journalism debate and the practicalities of using DSLR for news and documentary video shooting. His conclusions may not be what you expect. I also had the chance to speak to none other than Khalid Mohtaseb and Phil Bloom on the subject which I’ll upload in the next day or two.
The new Letus LCD loupe system prototype and extendable bars system at NAB 2010. Many many thanks to Fstopacdemy‘s Scott Karlins for shooting and editing this when I was too exhausted to do any more video.
Steve Rushworth demonstrates the Genus products shoulder support system on the Manfrotto stand at NAB 2010. Many many thanks to Fstopacdemy‘s Scott Karlins for shooting and editing this when I was too exhausted to do any more video.