Notable news for anyone who shoots in either RAW or 1080p video: camera giant, Canon, announced they'll be offering DSLR models with Intel's Thunderbolt technology
(we're talking about transfer speeds of 10 Gbps, which Intel claims equates to a full-length HD movie in less than 30 seconds). Apple's latest MacBook Pro update comes equipped with the all-in-one connection which is aimed to leapfrog past USB 3.0 as the standard for fast/large file transfers. The announcement
comes followed by rumors of a hush-hush collaborative effort between Apple and Canon
for the next version of Final Cut Pro. All exciting news from both a technological standpoint and also a pragmatic organizational one (less cables is always welcome).