The last few weeks I’ve been busy testing out different gimbals. These are all gimbals that are small, light, pistol grip-style that you can operate with one hand. They are very similar in some ways, yet different in others. The three gimbals I compare are Continue reading Gimbal Shootout: Moza Air – Feiyu-Tech a2000 – Zhiyun-Tech Crane v2
At this year’s NAB, I got a monopod from iFootage, and since then I’ve been using it a lot. Here is why I like this Cobra 2 monopod. Continue reading Monopod – Why, How & What is my favorite?
After a suggestion from fellow filmmaker, I decided to test out the Vufine+ Wearable Display. I wanted to see whether it would be not just fun, but also practical for filmmakers. Continue reading Wearable EVF/Monitor for the Sony a65000, GoPro, DJI Drones, etc.
I’ve been promising to share my custom settings for the Panasonic GH5. I finally have the video ready for you. Plus, I’ve created a LUT that you can download. Continue reading My Custom GH5 settings and LUT
My full review of the Panasonic GH5 is finally here. I know I’m late to the party, but this gave me more time to use the camera – and hopefully made my review better. Continue reading GH5 Review! My rig, lenses & custom settings
Even though exciting new cameras have come out in the last few years, I still use my GH4 a lot. In today’s video, I talk about my favorite cage for this camera. Continue reading My favorite cage for Panasonic GH4
I’ve shot several projects on the Sony FS5, including the short film “Lights”, which you can see below. To put it simply, it is a very good camera. Continue reading Save $1K on the Sony FS5
I’ve been a fan of CAME-TV camera gimbals for a while. The CAME-Single has been my gimbal of choice when working with small and mid-sized DSLM / DSLR-type cameras. So, I was excited to try out the CAME-Optimus, the successor of the CAME-Single. Continue reading CAME-TV Optimus – the successor to my favorite gimbal for DSLR / DSLM cameras
Since I got the GH5, I have been using it in different set-ups, with a variety of lenses and accessories. In this video I show you some of the rigs.
Here is a quick look at how my home studio looks like right now. It’s still work in progress, but I am already able to work at a much faster pace. So, the move to the new space is paying off. Continue reading My studio tripods from Secced