Via his Facebook Page, Peter Jackson has recently released his 4th entry in the blog series he is doing while shooting The Hobbit films. Each one has given a unique glance into the making of what are sure to be two of the most epic films any of us have ever seen. This entry focuses primarily on the cameras they use in order to shoot the movie at 48 frames per second and in 3D. The original trilogy was a completely intriguing experience that brought us into the realm of Middle Earth and that was without the incredible technology that exists for the filmmakers today. Seriously, each video blog that Jackson has released makes me even more excited for The Hobbit films which I honestly didn't think was possible! Not to mention each time I'm encouraged by how much Peter Jackson looks like his old self once more. As I've said before these blogs bring out his passion for the material and give us an inside look into all the hard work that is going in to bringing these incredible stories to life for all of us to enjoy! The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey hits the big screen December 14, 2012 and The Hobbit: There and Back Again will complete the tale December 13, 2013...I guarantee you that that year will feel like an eternity.