The digital camera industry is going through a renaissance right now.
The market is growing rapidly and the cameras are getting better and better.
And the industry is also evolving in a way that makes them great for the types of filmmaking that we’re doing with digital.
I’m talking about storytelling.
And as we see the advent of digital, I think there will be a lot more opportunities to use this camera as a storyteller, to be able to say, “This is my story, this is how this story unfolds.”
Digital cameras are already starting to make that happen.
What’s interesting about digital cameras is that they’re so much cheaper than traditional film cameras.
Digital cameras start out costing $1,000, and then you go up to $500.
I mean, that’s not a lot of money at all.
But you’re actually paying for that capability, because it gives you a lot less processing power, it gives the camera a lot fewer features, it lets you capture much more detail, it makes your photos much sharper.
But when you think about it, these are not the kinds of things that you’d typically see in a traditional camera.
These are the kinds you’d normally see in an analog camera.
So I think this is going to change in a lot different ways.
And that’s a good thing.
Digital cameras are really powerful.
They’re very compact, and they’re really light.
And they’re also cheap.
You can shoot a lot with them.
They also have a lot to offer in terms of performance, and the quality of the photos you’re going to get is going have a big impact on the experience.
And you can’t have too many features in a digital camera.
And that’s the thing about digital: You don’t have to worry about it.
So there’s a lot going on in digital photography right now that you just can’t see in film.
And I think that’s going to be a huge thing.
Digital is going the way of film.
It’s going into everything from cameras to drones to tablets to cars.
And if we can take this one thing and turn it into something really special, it will be amazing.
I think the other thing that’s really going to make a difference in the way people see this digital camera market is that people are just not going to have to think about digital.
They can just go into the digital camera store and buy the camera they want, and that’s it.
I think they’ll just be able, through a few clicks of a mouse, open the app and go from there.
And we’ll all be able sit back and watch our videos on the go.
That’s the kind of thing that digital cameras are going to enable, in a very profound way.
And it’s not just going to bring us closer to film, but to something that’s much more than just films.
You’re going into a whole new world of storytelling.
There’s so much that I love about the way that filmmakers use digital cameras.
I love the way they capture the camera.
I really love the fact that they can do something so different.
I loved the fact I could go back and edit the movie that I shot last year and shoot a new scene from scratch.
And now I can do it with the camera on the table.
I can shoot different angles, I can use different lighting, I could have an entire film festival shoot digitally.
And there’s so many other ways that filmmakers are using digital cameras, that I just love that digital is finally being able to open this door for us to see a lot better, and I love that it’s coming in leaps and bounds.
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