Today, Panasonic introduced their latest full-frame L-mount lens. The Lumix S 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 Macro O.I.S. is a telephoto zoom lens that opens up possibilities in a wide range of shooting situations.
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Recently, I had the chance to shoot video with the Atomos Ninja V recording monitor and in this review I go over the experience after having it paired up with the video powerhouse that is the Sony a7S III.
When you need to bring your camera gear on an outdoor adventure, a backpack is a great solution. But what if your kit contains larger items like cinema cameras or super-telephoto lenses? We’re going to need a bigger backpack.
Today, Capture One has released their latest update to the professional-level photo editor. Other than the new dehaze tool, the main improvements in Capture One 21 will take a little more explaining to make sense so let’s dive in.
A couple months ago, Sony teased that the FX6 cinema camera was coming before the end of the year. Today, most of the product details including price have now been revealed.
Adding to their growing full-frame L-mount lens lineup, Panasonic Lumix is introducing the portraiture-friendly S 85mm f/1.8.
A 45-megapixel sensor, 8K video recording, 8-stop in-body image stabilization, Dual Pixel AF, and 12 frames per second shooting; What do these things have in common? They are all present on the seemingly wildlife-prepared Canon EOS R5. Here’s a hands-on look at how well it pulls it off.
Everything else aside, the Sony a7S III’s recording options alone place it in contention for many potential buyers wanting high-quality video at a price that enthusiasts and budding pros can still justify. In this hands-on review I look at the a7S III in the context of capturing wildlife video and photos.
In 1995, Sony released a camera that would go on to dominate skateboarding videos for the next 15 years, revolutionizing the culture in its wake.
A little over two years ago, the Sony FS5 II compact cinema camera was released. Both the original FS5 and the FS5 II have become common names found in wildlife filmmaking thanks to their relatively low price, portability, and slow motion recording options maintaining 10-bit 4:2:2. In this review I put the camera to work for a month of filming at the onset of the autumn season and share my thoughts on the experience.
Sennheiser recently introduced a new compact microphone, the MKE 200, that is more than just yet another Rode VideoMicro clone. I paired it up with the Sony a7S III, GoPro HERO9, and iPhone to test its sound quality in this hands-on review.
Today, Canon has announced the EOS M50 Mark II, a follow up to one of its popular vlogging cameras.
Should we call it a monocular? Should we call it a camera? I’m not sure, but I know that it’s an interesting concept as a birdwatcher. The PowerShot ZOOM is an imaginative product that couples telescopic viewing with digital imaging.
Today, Sachtler announced their latest innovation with the aktiv series of fluid heads. Made to replace the popular FSB models, these new products provide faster and more flexible operation.
Online sales are based on trust. With that in mind, what kind of customer are you expecting to show up at your website, probably for their first time ever, likely for the first time hearing of you ever, and give up their financial information to buy a pretty picture off it and pray it actually comes? That’s a really tough sell.
In a world where every company sells their most popular cinema cameras for around $12,000, Blackmagic Design charges half that price. Here’s an in-depth review of the $5,995 Blackmagic Design URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2.
Just looking at the Panasonic S1H you can tell it’s ready for business, and by many accounts it is a great hybrid-style camera to shoot video with. However, there are some important things to be aware of before buying.
The Canon EOS R5 has taken the spotlight since its release alongside the EOS R6, but have we been focusing on the wrong camera all along?
Does it ever make sense to limit yourself to a single lens for filmmaking? Find out in this video.
Over the past few years, drones have really come a long way. In 2020, DJI launched what is perhaps the biggest step up in terms of features to cost with the $799 Mavic Air 2.