The future of mobile filmmaking is here and you can own it for $150. Designed to work with the Apple iPhone, Samsung Galaxy or Google Pixel devices, the Anamorphic Lens by Moment is capable is delivering Hollywood-style video directly from your smart phone. The Lens is able to created 2:40:1 Cinemascope, horizontal flares, and widescreen, letter boxing to your mobile videos. The recent Steven Soderbergh “Unsane” movie was shot entirely on a Moment Lens. The complete system - now available and fully funded on Kickstarter - includes a universal stabilizing gimbal and battery and will be shipping in June of this year.
Moment Anamorphic Lens System
Vizio P-Series Quantum
Whether you have your TV in a bright room and just can’t get over the glare, or maybe you just want to see the full spectrum of color, or perhaps you just want the best quality out there, the Vizio P-Series Quantum is the TV for you. They use what they’re calling “UltraBright 2000” technology, which just means that the TV can achieve 2,000 nits of brightness. For those of you who don’t know what a nit is, it measures brightness and 2,000 is really bright. The display also has excellent fidelity of contrast, so the bright parts of whatever you’re watching get really bright, and the dark parts stay super dark. With all the other perks of a new smart TV, this 4K display might just be the perfect TV for anyone looking to blow their friends away with an ultra bright display, or anyone fighting the living room glare.
Acer Aspire S24
Acer has just released their Aspire S24 and its their slimmest all-in-one desktop computer to date. Features include a 23.8 inch touchscreen display, 2.1 channel speakers with a subwoofer, Qi-wireless charging station, a 1TB drive and plenty of USB 3/2/C ports. The side profile is only 2.35 inches and with barely any bezeling, the S24 maximizes their screen-to-body ratio. This elegant machine has the perfect aesthetic to go with any room in your house and the powerful specs will ensure that you can do everything you need on it. Prices start at $880.