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On article Can Photojournalism Survive in the Instagram Era? (102 comments in total)

Examine any centralized news organization and there are layers upon layers of managers, editors, politicians, and lawyers denying free expression unbeknownst to the public. This secretiveness is passe and has been rejected by mankind. The information market has beat down those who cannot compete in an open world. The dying traditional media companies are merging together desperate for the last bubble of air as they rapidly sink on a torpedoed ship. Journalists have to re-learn their craft with video, still, graphics, words, and social media. Then reappear in the workforce sans centralized editorial, advertiser, and government censorship -- free to compose, create, and submit their works to mankind. Otherwise journalists will not be able to compete in the information marketplace alongside billions of social media contributors.

Link | Posted on Jul 20, 2013 at 01:50 UTC as 35th comment | 3 replies
On article Lexar promises XQD cards later in 2012 (38 comments in total)

The CF Card Industry had a booth at DESIGN West Apr 2012 San Jose Convention Center. The rep verbally told me that the XQD pinouts are 16 Bit PCI Express and is so fast in the D4 it would record the 100M Dash from start to finish at 10 frames per second if you held the button down the whole 10 seconds time.

I tried it at the USOC Track and Field Team Trials at Eugene Aug 22-Jul 01 and he was right. I shot my D4 bodies at 10fps, RAW+JPEG Full Frame, for the heats and multis of the 100M dash, and 110/100 Hurdles and the XQD card kept up beautifully.

Link | Posted on Jul 12, 2012 at 05:00 UTC as 9th comment
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