“Kodachrome” is a limited edition magazine geared toward people who love “art, film and analog culture.” It goes beyond the world of analog photography and filmmaking. Kodak says it also about film, writing, sculpture, music, graphics. It is about art and analog culture. Issue 01 is being published in a “limited edition run” with 76 pages.
Some of the articles in issue 01:
The first issue is $20. I’m not usre it is still available because in one place on their site, it is out of stock. For more information go to the Kodak store.
As part of my transfer business, I just bought a Kodak Hi Speed Photo Scanner and have already scanned over 5000 photos from customers. Surprisingly, this scanner is not listed in the Kodakstore above. It is only available from one value-added reseller. I’ll be writing a review of this scanner soon. Drop me a line if you have questions.
Panasonic’s handheld AJ-PX270 camcorder records 10-bit, 4:2:2 video using a new codec based on its AVC-Ultra recording format. The new camcorder has 1/3-inch 3MOS sensors and a 22x optical zoom lens with separate zoom, focus and iris rings. Video recording is to microP2 cards (list prices: 32GB microP2 card: $250, 64GB microP2 card: $380). The […]Read More
GoPro and Google have joined forces to create a Virtual Reality camera rig with 16 GoPro HERO4 cameras. It’s called Jump. It can transform 16 pieces of video into one stereoscopic 360 degree VR video. The 360 degree camera array allows all 16 cameras to act as one. This makes camera syncing easy, and includes […]Read More