nab 2012

KGNAB: PHANTOM MIRO 320

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PHANTOM went hard this year at NAB. The new MIRO is nothing short of amazing and easily my camera of the show. You get all the best parts of the PHANTOM and non of the stuff you hate about shooting superslow motion. First its much cheaper. You can get a complete setup all tricked out for 60k. Running your PHANTOM off a PC on set is now a thing of the past. Its all controlled through a really small LCD touch screen. There is also no more separate rental for a huge cinemag for your files. The MIRO shoots on proprietary SSD drives similar to the RED. The camera itself is also very small, about the size of a SCARLET, but a little longer and shorter. The MIRO will shoot 1920 at 1400fps and 3000fps at 720. This is a truly impressive feat. I can not wait to see all the new handheld slow-motion people will be producing with this cam. You better believe KAMP GRIZZLY will be on our SLO MO grind with the MIRO 320 soon.

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Yogi helped out at the PHANTOM booth today!

KGNAB: LACIE

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Always great to see fellow Oregonians on the road. Lacie has a nice booth, showing off their normal hard drive solutions with a emphasis on thunderbolt. The product that is truly going to be a game changer for KAMP is there new thunderbolt to e-sata hub. A world were you can take a macbook air to set and have a full e-sata workflow is now a reality! I really am going to miss getting 2-4 hours of sleep a night backing data up on shoots.

X @xbitterblossomx

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