TechMove is a show about Cinematography and Gear, Apple Products, and everything in-between. Rod and Keith go from simple to complex subjects relating to Macintosh computing, Digital Cinema, and provide hints, tips, insights and laughs. TechMove features contests where listeners win some great gear. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store
United States
44 episodes
since Jul, 2012


  In Episode 44: ▪ In the long intro, Rod announces his transition from 2009 to 2014 with his acquisition of his 'new' GH4 and Rod and Keith discuss using the GH4, accessories, how it compares to the GH5 and GH5s, Adam Wilt's "Fieldmonitor" iOS app and more! ▪ In the next segment, recording a couple months later, Rod reviews his experience with the GH4 along with his recent acquisition of the Sigma 18-35 lens and Viltrox Adapter and Keith discusses his new GH5 and GH5s cameras. ▪ The third segment reveals the death of an old friend, Rod's ancient projection TV, and Rod's entry into the modern age of 4K, HDR and Ultra HD TV's including his his new Sony XBR-75X900e and the differences between that and Keith's XBR-75X940e. ▪ In the fourth segment, Rod and Keith discuss upgrades from older to new Harmony remotes such as the Logitech Harmony Ultimate and Elite to control their home theater systems. ▪ In the long outtro, Keith and Rod talk about &nbsp&nbsp▪ Keith's new technique of using his DJI Mavic Air Drone as a substitute for a JIB and Technocrane &nbsp&nbsp▪ Keith's latest hard drive disasters with his RAIDs and his Drobos &nbsp&nbsp▪ Rod's near destruction of his Logitech K750 keyboard merely trying to replace a dead battery &nbsp&nbsp▪ When and why to upgrade your lenses and adapter's firmware &nbsp&nbsp▪ Keith live reporting from the upcoming IBC show in Amsterdam 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.
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