DCP 38: Brian Valente of Redrock Micro


Brian Valente of Red Rock Micro join Chris Fenwick and I in this episode of the Digital Convergence Podcast. Redrock Micro, with headquarters located near Dallas, Texas, was founded in 2004 by a group of avid digital filmmakers whose desire to produce high quality movie images without access to huge budgets led them to start Redrock Micro: a company committed to the express purpose of bringing cinema-quality accessories to market at revolutionary prices. We believe in - and - enable the privilege of personal ownership of production equipment. Today, Redrock Micro designs and sells a line of high quality cinema accessories for independent filmmakers, film educators and students, and budget-conscious moviemakers.

Image from Dan Chung of DSLR News Shooter. Click on the image to go to Dan's blog post and video on the microEVF.Brian talks with us about the new microEVF viewfinder for HDSLR cameras. He takes the opportunity to announce the HDMI pass-through will be standard on the microEVF. He also brings us up-to-date on the amazing microREMOTE. Brian graciously and patiently put up with our pushing him for more future product information and product ideas we would like to see. Redrock Micro has quickly established themselves as a leading innovator of HDSLR equipment - all without breaking the bank.

And exclusively on the Digital Convergence podcast, Brian Valente announces the new Redrock Micro 3D rig for coupling two HDSLR cameras for filming 3D.

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Red Rock Micro website: http://www.redrockmicro.com/