Technology consultant Mark Schubin discusses the differences in image quality of high imager format cameras and how to define what's best for your needs.
Multiple-Emmy-award-winning SMPTE Fellow Mark Schubin has been working in television since 1967, writing about it since 1976, and chairing the Technology Retreat program since 1997.
Marvin Kitman, writing for The Los Angeles Times syndicate, called him "a leading thinker." In the acknowledgements to his book Fast Forward: Hollywood, the Japanese, and the VCR Wars, The New Yorker's James Lardner wrote of Schubin that "he has the spectacularly rare ability to make technical matters clear to a nontechnical person." Graham Binns of London's Rediffusion Group said in the European publication Intermedia, "He has a complete mastery of the technical background to video. He rattles off data and ideas with fluency and with wit." Director Robert Altman said of him, "We have our quiet fun together." He sometimes wears pants and shoes.