I would look at Anton Bauer or PAGlink. AB is basically a standard in the the ENG industry and I really love the ability to link batteries that PAGLink offers, you can charger 16 batteries at once in one two slot charger. You never need to get up in the middle of the night to change battery in the charger. Also note that there is travel restrictions for batteries that might be relevant to your choice.(Video description)
That Nikon Guy!
Per Sjoborg uploaded, replied to a comment from aronchai and added to All videos of Self Reconfiguring Modular Robots on Youtube
That is good advice, Thanks. You should always cut away from yourself.Links and notes:
Modular Robotics, www.modrobotics.com
The FlexibilityEnvelope, www.flexibilityenvelope.com
Also check out the official Getting started guide it is great!
We see the mObi for the first time!
You said you wanted to us a Mac so this is probably lees helpful but
it gives you something to think about, and the performance might win
you over :-).
I think these two computer are to a regular laptops what Alamby is to
a point and shoot, amazing if you know how to use them, expensive
and worth it if you can afford them :-)
Dell Precision M6600 Mobile Workstation
Lenove Think Station D series, with multiple
NVIDIA Quadro 6000 and OCZ PCI SSD's
Per Sjoborg commented and added to All videos of Self Reconfiguring Modular Robots on Youtube
My limited experience you never use the original sound in the video.
I use my podcast microphone, a head worn AKG C520 and a Tascam DP-008 digital recorder.
I then use PluralEyes/DualEyes to replace the bad camera sound with
the nice one from the AKG C520 and the DP-100.
What I found is that a head worn microphone is the way to go if at all
possible and then record it separately.
Check my blog, Flexibilityenvelope, for sample videos and my podcast episodes all recorded with this setup.
Great Video! so much to learn in there.
For instance I didn't know about the dead zone
of the IR blocks but now when I think about it it
makes perfect sense!
I am looking forward to more videos, both of the
Cubelets, and of your own modules even though
the might be bleeding edge and not that reliable :-)
We can handle, no, we thrive on the bleeding edge:-)
Great tip! I will definitely use this for my podcast recording!
Is there a software that can automatically replace the parts
in the high volume channel that have clipped with the
corresponding part of the low volume channel part,
that hopefully is OK?http://www.dslrfilmnoob.com/
Recording audio can be one of the most important things you can do for your work. One of the first things I recommend for new DSLR shooters is an XLR splitter: