Bolex Camera Project Raises $250,000 In A Single Day in KickStarter
Mar 16, 2012 13:17
Here's Digital Bolex,harnassing the power of Kickstarter. They managed to surpass its $100,000 funding goal within 24 hours of going online.
The camera is the brainchild of Joe Rubinstein and the antidote to most HD video snappers, which record footage in compressed and often interlaced formats that make editing unwieldy.
The Digital Bolex, shoots its footage in uncompressed RAW files with a native resolution of 2048 x 1152 in Super 16mm mode. Their aim to provide a low cost way for filmmakers who are into their pistol grips.
The project fund has swelled to an impressive $245,726 and there's still 28 days left . Just how much do you think they would end up making?
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