Retro Digital Cinema Camera Is a Hit on Kickstarter
Judging by the fact that the Digital Bolex D16 raised $262,611 on Kickstarter -- more than $250% of its original $100K goal -- it would seem that people are really excited by the idea of shooting raw, uncompressed images with an affordable camera. Explains Mashable, "The Digital Bolex D16 prototype shoots completely in raw format files. The filmmaker can then adjust color balance, contrast, white balance and more without diminishing the quality of images. The camera has a side crank that is easily programmable to control frame rates or other camera functions. The D16 offers high-quality resolution (comparable to the HD-quality of the new iPad)."
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