I’ve used a lot of different on camera monitors over the years but last year, my go to monitor has been the PortKeys BM5. The reasons why I used this the most is because it’s a lot more than just a monitor. I compare it to a Swiss-Army-Knife of camera accessories. Continue reading PortKeys BM5 Monitor
There are a lot of great cameras on the market today but none of them are perfect. That is simply because some are suited well for certain tasks while others are build better for others. Continue reading 7 ways to improve the already amazing Z Cam E2!
ZCam E2 is another option in the budget and small cinema cameras with a lot of great features such as 4K at 160fps and 10bit video. Continue reading Am I switching to the ZCam E2?
I got a chance to test out the new EVF from Zacuto called Kameleon. Continue reading Zacuto Kameleon Micro-OLED EVF
If you are interested in full frame RAW video recording with a lens and gimbal kit for under $3800 then you should look at the Nikon’s Z 6 Filmmaker’s kit. Continue reading Nikon Z 6 Filmmaker’s Kit
In this post I review 3 different budget friendly monitors from Feelworld. Continue reading Feelworld Monitors from $100 to $300’s
Hello guys, in this post I wanted to show you how to fix some of the problems with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K. Continue reading 7 problems with the BMPCC4K and how to fix them
Which wireless video system is the best deal today? More expensive doesn’t always mean better. Continue reading Battle of the Wireless Video Systems
Don’t be deceived by the looks, we’ve all heard. Well, I kind of got deceived by the looks of this monitor, and underestimated it at first. The manufacturer sent me a unit to review, but I didn’t use it right away because I did not expect much good from this monitor. Once I started it using, though, I quickly realized that this is a really good monitor. Continue reading AndyCine FHD field monitor – budget price, pro features
A weak point of many field monitors is that they are not very bright, making it difficult to use them outdoors. A monitor hood is one way to remedy this; another one is to spend over a thousand dollars, and get an ultra-bright model (1000 cd/m² or Nits). Continue reading Most Affordable Bright On-Camera Monitor With Pro Features