This is an awesome overview of the motion picture camera in the last 100 years.


In today's world we have never seen such an advance in the motion picture industry than since the first time they started putting moving pictures on the silver screen.

I'm not sure if all the advances are necessarily good or bad for the industry, but I do know that it means just about anyone can have their mini-studio set-up with low costs.

More than ever now, content becomes more important. If you don’t have a story there’s no reason for people to buy into what you’ve created.

How do you feel about the advances in the motion picture camera?

Good? Bad?

Where do you see the future of movie studios going?

Matthew A. Hawkins