It’s been a while since Canon had a product release that excited filmmakers. Well, I think the just-announced Canon C200 cinema camera will stir up a lot of interest in the filmmaking community. So, here are the things to take note of: Continue reading Canon C200 – URSA Mini 4.6K competitor
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
Early this year I bought the Asus GL553VD, a budget gaming laptop that is also a capable video editing machine (here is my full review of it). I really wanted a laptop with a spacious solid-state drive, but rather than buy a computer with such a drive, I chose a model that is easy upgradeable. This way I could get what I wanted, without breaking the bank. Continue reading Boosting my editing laptop with m.2 SSD
I’ve used various car mounts, including my DIY car mount and suction mounts. But I had not been satisfied until I found the Camtree Gripper G-51. Continue reading $135 PRO Camera Car Mount!
I always liked to play with RC cars as a kid, but I never thought I would be using them for work as a filmmaker! Continue reading RC Camera Platform – Eclipse Rover
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!