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GH5S
Friday, March 01, 2019

GH5S   The flagship GH5s is parts of the GH5 and the rest is a part of the incredible G-Series lineup that offers a lot to the prosumer and professional video producer. The GH5S has the 10.2 mp digital live mos sensor and venus engine with a first for Lumix dual native iso technology delivering the max iso of 5120.   Every review of...


Pro’s and Con’s of the Sony α7R iii
Monday, June 12, 2017

  To put it mildly, Sony is the reigning king of the mirrorless market. You could even argue that Sony is responsible for our recent obsession for mirrorless cameras due in part to the release of their flagship α9 and the α7R iii, a camera that almost overshadowed the release of every other mirrorless camera on the market. Below...


DJI Ronin M
Saturday, January 23, 2016

    The DJI Ronin M is very similar to the original DJI Ronin as far as main function goes. The main difference is that the DJI Ronin M was designed lighter than the DJI Ronin. The less weight of DJI Ronin M makes it easy to transport and is more versatile than its predecessor, where the operator will...


Zoom H5 Review
Tuesday, May 05, 2015

The Zoom H5 provides capability of recording 4 tracks simultaneously and, for those who are familiar with Zoom products, you can use Zoom’s 6 interchangeable input capsules for you to choose the best microphone for every recording situation. The Zoom H5 can be used to create multitrack recordings, audio for video, broadc...


A Brief Rundown of the Canon 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 Lens
Friday, October 03, 2014

  The Canon 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 is a super telephoto L series zoom introduced in 1998 that is compatible with both full frame or APS-C sized sensor Canon cameras. When used with APS-C cameras such as a Canon 7D, there is a crop factor of 1.6 so when at 400mm it is the equivalent of 640mm. When paired with the 1.4x...


Difference Between Fog and Haze Machines
Friday, May 23, 2014

  Whether you are shooting a narrative project, a music video or just an event like a wedding or DJing a party, fog and haze machines are great tools to achieve more depth in your scene, to diffuse the light or just create a certain atmosphere. If you are wondering whether you should go for a fog machine or a haze...


Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera Review
Saturday, February 01, 2014

    The Pocket Blackmagic was released at the end of 2013 and is the second camera by the company Blackmagic Design which, earlier in the year, took the market by storm when it released the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, the first camera able to shoot RAW for under $3000. If that wasn’t enough, now t...


Panasonic GH3 vs Panasonic GH2
Friday, November 15, 2013

  If you’re excited about trying out Panasonic’s latest camera, the Panasonic GH3, and have experience shooting with the GH2, here is a rundown of the differences between the 2 models: The Panasonic GH3 is slightly bigger than its predecessor, heavier and a bit taller. And in the annoyi...


The Sony FS700: General Specs, Super Slow Motion and 4K/2K RAW Recording
Sunday, September 01, 2013

General Specs The Sony FS700 is a fully professional Super 35mm digital camera that can be considered the Sony FS100's upgrade. It has pretty much the same specs as the Sony FS100 with added bonus features and improvements. To summarize, the camera has a Super 35mm CMOS sensor which captures 1920 x 1080 video at at...


A rundown of the Sony FS100
Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Have you heard good things about the Sony FS100 and are considering using it in your next project? Here is a rundown of the camera, sensor, image quality, recording formats and ergonomics. 1) The Sony FS100 is equipped with a Super 35mm CMOS sensor that records with the AVCHD compression and will give you an am...