TechMove

By Keith Moreau and Rodney Lui

About this podcast   English    United States

TechMove is the Podcast all about Cinematography and Gear, Mac Computers, and iOS Devices from a Unique Perspective! Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store
April 6, 2018
  In Episode 41: ▪ In the long intro part 1, Rod and Keith discuss a few of Keith's new toys, such as Sony HDR TV, an AppleTV4K, Roku 4K, and the 4K HDR general experience ▪ In the long intro part 2, Rod and Keith have perhaps the final Rodney A6500 rant and will Keith selll one of his dust-collecting Rod GH4? Then Rod and Keith talk about their new MacBook Pros and Cons... ▪ In a new segment, "Cut the cable," Rod talks about his experience in departing from the common cable / satellite ecosystem... ▪ Keith reviews a new classic, "Blade Runner 2049" which won Best Cinematography for a well-deserved Roger Deakins... ▪ And in the next segment, Rod asks Keith the question, "Can you mix HD with 4K" in a project?" ▪ In the next to last segment, Rod asks Keith about his new iMac Pro, will it replace his 6 year old cheese grater Mac Pro? ▪ In the the closing segment Rod and Keith tease the TechMove Nation the up coming fake announcements in the upcoming NAB 2018 show, which Keith will be attending... with some fake rumors about the Sony A6700, Premiere Pro version 12, the software Keith loves to hate, yet another DJI drone, the Came-TV "Crystal" wireless transmitter, and the full frame version of the Canon C700. Please remember to support TechMove –  it’s easy and doesn’t cost you anything, just go to techmovepodcast.com/amazon. Or you can use Patreon to donate,just go to patreon.com/techmovepodcast.
March 16, 2018
  In Episode 40: ▪ In the long intro, Rod and Keith discuss yet another hard drive disaster and how Keith's anal-retentive qualities yet again saved the day. They also discuss Keith's newest Web Series, "Conversations with Caregivers" now on Youtube. In the TechMove IBC 2017 Show segment, Rod and Keith discuss his IBC interviews, and introduce ▪ Martin of Aputure and their astounding 300d light ▪ an In-Depth interview with Alex Lindsay of MacBreak and Pixel Corps fame Please remember to support TechMove –  it’s easy and doesn’t cost you anything, just go to techmovepodcast.com/amazon. Or you can use Patreon to donate,just go to patreon.com/techmovepodcast.
Dec. 26, 2017
In This Episode...   Listen to and Watch on Youtube the TechMove Cine Gear Expo 2017 Show Special segments: ▪ Mitch Gross of Panasonic talks about the highly-anticipated EVA1 Cinema Camcorder ▪ Alex Sax of Canon discusses the Canon C200 Cinema Camera ▪ Narris, Ted and Ray talk about Aputure Lights including the groundbreaking new light, the LS C300D Please remember to support TechMove –  it’s easy and doesn’t cost you anything, just go to techmovepodcast.com/amazon. Or you can use Patreon to donate,just go to patreon.com/techmovepodcast.
July 4, 2017
In This Episode...   Listen to and Watch on Youtube the TechMove NAB 2017 Show Special Part 2 segments: ▪ Pedro Guimaraes of DJI and Cinemilled talks about the Ronin 2 ▪ Bob Caniglia of Blackmagic Design discusses the Ursa Mini Pro ▪ Clinton Harn of Bright Tangerine talks about the Titan Arm ▪ Wes Philips of Small HD talks about the new Focus 5” high brightness budget monitor and how SmallHD came to be ▪ Bob Schmitt of Hoodman talks about the fate of the Hoodman Dome as well as the new ‘Launchpad’ product Please remember to support TechMove –  it’s easy and doesn’t cost you anything, just go to techmovepodcast.com/amazon. Or you can use Patreon to donate, just go to patreon.com/techmovepodcast.
June 30, 2017
In This Episode...   In This Episode... Listen to and Watch on Youtube the TechMove NAB 2017 Show Special segments: ▪ Matt Frazer of Panasonic talks about the GH5 ▪ Chris Hafner of OWC talks about OWC products and some geeky but powerful interface and storage solutions for Keith including Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) ▪ Giuseppe Dilauro of Manfrotto talks about the Nitrotech head ▪ Matt Workman, Ambassador to Manfrotto and creator of the Cinedesigner App and The Cinematography Database Youtube Channel discusses himself and his inner geek ▪ Philip Bloom talks about small cameras, GH5, A7s, Letus adapters, and failing to return Keith's emails Please remember to support TechMove –  it’s easy and doesn’t cost you anything, just go to techmovepodcast.com/amazon. Or you can use Patreon to donate, just go to patreon.com/techmovepodcast.
April 14, 2017
In This Episode...   In This Episode... In the Intro, Rod and Keith continue the interminable discussion of the newly announced Panasonic GH5 vs the Sony A6500 which leads to our title segment, "Lunch with Rod." Our brand-new 2nd segment, "Lunch with Rod," features Keith visiting Rod at his place of work, bringing some gear for a 'show and tell' and to give Rod some idea of the features and benefits of the Sony A6500 coupled with the Sigma EF to Emount adapter and Rod's new 'love from afar,' the Sigma 18-35mm Art zoom lens. In the closing segment, Keith and Rod reflect on "Lunch with Rod" and discuss some recent developments: ▪ Apple's backpedaling on the trashcan Mac Pro in favor of a more practical modular Mac pro to be released sometime in 2018 ▪ Keith's discovery of a fix for Premiere Pro's instability involving REMOVING something and important from what he thought was vital from his editing system ▪ A brief NAB preview about what might be released and Keith may investigate during his upcoming visit to NAB 2017 such as possible refresh of Sony's cinema lineup, Canon refreshes, new gimbals, new drones and lenses, and the Ursa Mini Pro. ▪ Keith reveals that he has actually received his GH5 and gives us a preview of it along with accessorizing it with lenses, speed boosters, and variable and fixed NDs  Please remember to support TechMove –  it’s easy and doesn’t cost you anything, just go to techmovepodcast.com/amazon. Or you can use Patreon to donate, just go to patreon.com/techmovepodcast.
March 16, 2017
In This Episode...   In This Episode... In the long intro,  Rod and Keith discuss the newly announced Panasonic GH5 vs the Sony A6500. Should Rod switch to Sony or stick with an upgraded GH series Panasonic? Segment 2 features Keith's Unboxing Preview where he talks about the gear he's bought but not yet tried out, including the Pilotfly H2, Letus35 Helix Jr, and DJI Ronin M gimbals, a new type of monitor support arm, the Bright Tangerine Titan Arm, his new DJI Phantom 4 Pro +, the Dracast LED160 bicolor LED panel, and the SWIT S-8U93 Sony BP-U Series DV Camcorder Battery. In the final segment, through the magic of podcasting, ala cooking shows, Keith then removes the fully-baked items from the oven and reviews the items from the last segment. Find out which items made the grade and which items are going back...   Please remember to support TechMove –  it’s easy and doesn’t cost you anything, just go to techmovepodcast.com/amazon.
Dec. 21, 2016
In This Episode...   In Segment 1,  Rod and Keith talk about the newly released Sony A6500. Rodney is psyched about the feature set of this new camera and they talk incessantly about the advantages and disadvantages of it vs Micro 4/3. Segment 2 features Rod and Keith lamenting about Apple's Vintage and Obsolete Mac List and what makes a computer 'Vintage...' And how Keith nearly bricked his venerable 2010/2012 12-Core Mac Pro by attempting to upgrade to the dual 3.46Ghz Xeon Processors himself instead of using OWC's Processor Upgrade Service. Then in Segment 3, Keith and Rod return to what put TechMove on the map, another "Put Me In A Coma" segment, where Keith induces a un-wakable sleep state by talking about his He talks about his newish Canon 24mm 1.4 L II and Canon 70-200 F4 L IS lenses in "What makes a lens good?" In Segment 4, Keith talks all about the latest stuff he's acquired in the past year, such as the Westcott Flex last deal, Limostudio Photo Video Photography clips , the Lastolite Joe McNally UpLite Kit turned into something called a "Book light," the Cyberpower 1500VA PFC UPS LCD Battery Backup, and Dracast LED1000 Silver Series Foldable Bi-Color LED Light. In the Outtro, Rod reprises his discussion about the  Sony A6500. and a TechMove listener tries to put doubt in Rod's mind that this is going to be his new camera. Keith then describes his latest warranty-destroying hack achieved by first going the official Sony Playmemories site - then going to the hack site - thereby breaking the Sony 30-minute recording barrier which then needs a long-lasting camera power solution, the Atomos Power Station Video battery system. Will Keith brick his 3 Sony A7-series cameras? Then Keith teases an age-old question: will he 'switch' from Premiere Pro to FCPX at last?   Please remember to support TechMove –  it’s easy and doesn’t cost you anything, just go to techmovepodcast.com/amazon.
Nov. 16, 2016
In This Episode...   In Segment 1, Keith tells Rod about his new stuff such as his sensor cleaning techniques and tools like the Eyelead SCK-1B, his Rokinon 12mm E-Mount and Rokinon 16mm full frame lenses, and his new Fotodiox Fusion ND Throttle Auto EF to E Mount adapter. Then in Segment 2, Keith tells Rod about his 4K data explosion dilemma and how to deal with his mounting data storage needs with drives like his new Mobius 5-bay RAID enclosure, the new Seagate 8TB Expansion Desktop Drive, and Softraid. Then in Segment 3, Keith and Rod discuss 3 new and one newish Canon Cameras, the 5Dmk4, the XC15, the C700, and the C300mkII price drop. In Segment 4, Keith tries to talk Rod off the ledge of ditching his GH1 in favor of something like the Sony A7rii or A6300. Will Rod take the plunge? Rod and Keith wrap up Episode 33 with a philosophical discussion "Is Micro Four Thirds Dead?"   Please remember to support TechMove –  it’s easy and doesn’t cost you anything, just go to techmovepodcast.com/amazon.
Oct. 19, 2016
In This Episode...   In Segment 1, Rodney and Keith discuss the Rode Lavalier and Rode's 'Micon' concept, the Sigma MC11 adapter and Sigma 18-35mm Art Lens Combo, the Sigma USB Dock Software fiasco, and does the Metabones Update fix issues with Sony Cameras? Then in Segment 2, Keith tells Rod about his Came-TV Single Repair, Rodney tells Keith about his Apple iWorks experience, and they talk about the D&P Curve Fit iPhone Tempered Glass Screen Protector. And in the Last Segment, we wrap up Episode 32 Phantom 4 Cases, Backpacks like the DroneGuard Backpack From Lowepro, and accessories like batteries and neutral density filters and Creative Cloud 2015 (isn't this 2016?) updates and price hikes... And is there a new camera in Rod's future???   Please remember to support TechMove –  it’s easy and doesn’t cost you anything, just go to techmovepodcast.com/amazon.
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