This week Nikon launched the Zf, a full-frame retro-inspired camera that packs some serious technology and gives us a glimpse into the company’s future. But we have some questions about retro design: is it all nostalgia or is there more to it?
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In addition to talking about retro design and digging deeper into their thoughts on the Zf, the trio also chats about the gorgeous ProRes Log profile that is now available on the new iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max as well as hits a few of the week’s top news stories. Plus, as always, they answer your tech questions and comments.
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In This Episode
- 00:00 – Intro
- 10:33 – Apple’s iPhone brings ProRes log encoding to mobile, and it’s gorgeous
- 18:43 – Print purchased at estate sale for $2,200 now valued at $250,000
- 21:20 – Adobe raises Creative Cloud prices as it once again shatters revenue targets
- 26:08 – Is there any actual benefit to retro design?
- 40:38 – Chris plays show and tell / What have you been up to?
- 47:28 – Tech Support
- 1:01:41 – Never read the comments
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