This week on the PetaPixel Podcast, the team comes together for a special episode from Apple Park! Chris, Jordan, and Jaron spend some time discussing some topics that they didn’t get to mention in their first-impressions of Apple’s latest handhelds.
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While there is plenty to say about the new iPhone 15, 15 Plus, 15 Pro, and 15 Pro Max, the trio also needed to talk about the new medium format Fujifilm GFX 100 II, a camera that grabbed headlines despite releasing the same day as Apple’s big event. A spirited discussion, the team debates who this camera is actually for, what it is best at, and how it fits into an already pretty crowded photo market, especially at its $7,500 asking price.
Finally, Chris, Jordan and Jaron chat with photographer Blair Bunting and answers some of your questions about his flight to the edge of space.
We used Riverside to record our interview with photographer Blair Bunting.
In This Episode:
- 00:00 – Intro
- 03:00 – Who is the Fujifilm GFX 100 II For?
- 11:28 – What We Didn’t Say About the Apple iPhone 15
- 27:56 – Chris can’t sleep
- 29:14 – Tech Support
- 37:39 – Blair Bunting answers questions about his photo shoot at the edge of space
- 01:04:00 – Never read the comments
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