Coloristos Episode 9 is Available! This show we're talking about... • Control panels and how they can help you grade with greater speed and precision, while at the same time allowing you to be more creative. We cover the pros and cons of a number of popular, affordable panels, and also review the advanced features available on control surfaces used with several high-end grading applications. http://coloristos.podomatic.com/entry/2013-02-28T00_01_57-08_00 and (probably more importantly) on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-coloristos-colorcast/id549040100?mt=2 SHOW NOTES: A couple of clarifications in this Podcast, the Quantel offering is the Neo Nano panel and Pablo Rio software. Not to be confused with the Neo panel and Pablo software. Sorry Q. Also the man behind Scopebox and the clever idea for the Arduino project is Mike Woodworth (not Woolworth, sorry Mike!). CONTEST: SPOILER ALERT! As announced at the end of the podcast, thanks to Blackmagic, we're giving away a full DaVinci Resolve license. Just be sure to give us a review on iTunes asap to enter. We'll announce a winner on our next podcast. itunes link again: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-coloristos-colorcast/id549040100?mt=2 PANEL PICTURES: Here are the major panels we discuss, for your convience: Tangent Wave MC Color JL Cooper Eclipse Tangent CP-200 Tangent Element Quantel Neo and the Neo Nano Baselight Blackboard and Blackboard 2 Ooooh pictures! And the DaVinci Control Surface which takes you from looking like this: to this: Don't forget to review us on iTunes to enter to win a copy of DaVinci Resolve. And as always, if you should have any questions or comments, let us know, right here!