Recently, I had a chance to meet Chris Downing, Tim Wilson and Derek Allen of GearJones.com. These guys are talented cinematographers from the Washington D.C. area. Continue reading Cinema Camera Mega Test of 2017!
Here is a video where I test the Xeen and Cine DS lenses (both made by Rokinon). Continue reading Xeen vs the much cheaper Rokinon Cine DS lenses
In the last few months I have been testing out four shoulder rigs for the BlackMagic URSA Mini 4K and 4.6K. Today I am reviewing a shoulder rig for these cameras made by the camera maker itself, i.e. BlackMagic Design. Continue reading Blackmagic Design Shoulder-Mount Kit for the URSA Mini
I’ve used both the URSA Mini 4K and 4.6K cameras from BlackMagic Design on various projects this year. I like both of these cameras, but they definitely function better with a good rig. Continue reading Ultimate URSA Mini Rig from LanParte
If you own the BlackMagic URSA cameras or the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, then you know how expensive it is right now to get enough storage. Continue reading DIY cheap storage for the URSA Mini cameras – CFast to SSD Adapter for under $100
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)
As you might have heard me say, I am working on a comprehensive review of the Ursa Mini 4.6K. I used the camera on a challenging feature film shoot and so I will be able to share with you a lot of interesting stuff (in fact, I’ve shot with this camera for two months now, on two film productions). Continue reading BlackMagic URSA Mini 4.6K Camera, Lenses, Rig and Accessories
Here is a review of another high-end product from Cinegears, the Single Axis Wireless Follow Focus Express Standard Kit. Continue reading Cinegears Wireless Follow Focus System
The KineMAX is one of the few cameras on the market that can shoot in 6K resolution. That’s actually nine times the resolution of standard HD. Beat that 4K!
You might be wondering what’s the point of shooting in 6K, when most of the world still watches in HD or is slowly moving to 4K? Continue reading KineMAX 6K Camera Tests and Review