Author Adam Wilt

Adam Wilt is a software developer, engineering consultant, and freelance film & video tech. He’s had small jobs on big productions (PA, “Star Trek: The Motion Picture”, Dir. Robert Wise), big jobs on small productions (DP, “Maelstrom”, Dir. Rob Nilsson), and has worked camera, sound, vfx, and editing gigs on shorts, PSAs, docs, music vids, and indie features. He started his website on the DV format,, about the same time Chris Hurd created the XL1 Watchdog, and participated in‘s 2006 “Texas Shootout.” He has written for DV Magazine and, taught courses at DV Expo, and given presentations at NAB, IBC, and Cine Gear Expo. When he’s not doing contract engineering or working on apps like Cine Meter II, he’s probably exploring new cameras, just because cameras are fun.

Micro 4/3
The GH4 Audio Buzz Fix

As noted in my GH4 review earlier this year, first-run GH4s suffered from an “audio buzz” problem, most noticeable with a third-party mike plugged in. This problem affected  early shipments of the camera running version 1.0 firmware; later shipments with…

Micro 4/3
New Glass: Veydra Cine Primes for Micro 4/3

On Tuesday night, a Kickstarter project showed up in my Twitter feed: Veydra Micro 4/3 Cinema Lenses. Veydra lenses (12mm, 16mm, 25mm, 35mm, and 50mm; micro 4/3‘s counterparts to 18mm-85mm primes on Super35mm sensors) will all feature Resolution that exceeds…

Cine Meter II for iOS is released

Shameless commercial message: my latest iOS app for camerapeople, Cine Meter II, has just been released for sale by the App Store: Cine Meter II turns your iPhone®, iPod touch®, or iPad® into a shutter-priority reflected light meter, an RGB waveform monitor, and…