Although it’s generally accepted that the continuous autofocus function on the GH5 is poor, I set out to find the “best” settings for the AF. Although I expected to find some limitations to the autofocus for video, Continue reading Autofocus settings for GH5 – one step forward, two steps back
This winter Tom and I travelled to Ecuador. Due to the limited luggage space, we took with us only small cameras. Along with our trusted GH4, we decided to take the recently released Panasonic G85, and we put it to a test. Continue reading Panasonic G85 Camera Review For Filmmakers
Today, Blackmagic Design announced even more exciting products they are releasing. Continue reading New Camera and Control Panels from Blackmagic Design!
Canon has just announced three intriguing cameras for videographers, unless you’re looking for 4K video, that is. Continue reading Canon releases M6, 77D and T7i – great HD cameras, but no 4K
As soon as I got my hands on the V-Log L image profile, I put it through a lot of tests. It is a true flat image profile for the Panasonic GH4 camera, and the upcoming GH5, that allows for the capture of 12 stops of dynamic range, instead of the 10 stops you get with the built-in image profiles of these cameras. The idea of extra dynamic range is exciting, but there is a trick to taking advantage of this additional functionality. Continue reading V-Log L GH4 vs External Recorder
2016 has come to an end and next year is upon us. I wanted to wish everyone all the best in 2017! Also, I wanted to do a recap of the best 4K cameras that I had a chance to use in 2016. Continue reading 4K Camera Shootout of 2016!
I had a chance to use the URSA Mini 4.6K camera on various projects over 3 months. Two of those were films. Continue reading URSA Mini 4.6K Review (after real world use)
Sony just announced the release of two very exciting cameras, the Alpha a6500 and the RX100 Mark V. These are follow-ups to the very-well-received Alpha a6300 and RX100 Mark IV cameras, respectively. Continue reading New Sony releases: Sony Alpha a6500 and RX100 Mark V