Over the years I’ve rarely used ultra-wide lenses because they normally produce the fisheye effect. There were definitely times where I could have used a wide field of view, but the image distortions were unacceptable to me. Continue reading Laowa 9mm : ultra-wide lens without fisheye
The Sony a6500 is definitely a very capable camera. You can get a lot out of it even with just the kit zoom lens (16-50mm). However, there are some budget lenses out there that will help you a lot in your film and videomaking. Continue reading My Full Lens Kit For Sony a6500, including Sigma E-Mount lenses
The last two weeks, I’ve been testing what are probably the most popular long zoom lenses. Here is my review. Continue reading Battle of Telephoto Zooms: Canon, Tamron, Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8
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
The Panasonic Lumix GH4 camera has proven to be very popular. I don’t buy cameras often – the Canon 7D has been my workhorse for years – but when the GH4 came out, I quickly grabbed one. Now, I’ve had the chance to use the camera on multiple projects and I continue to be amazed by it.
Due to the popularity of this camera, I do get a lot of questions about it, especially about the lenses. So, here’s a video where I try to address all of your questions about lenses for the GH4. Continue reading Panasonic GH4 Kit & Lenses for Video
The long awaited Canon EF lens mount to Micro Four Thirds Speed Booster is finally here! Continue reading Canon EF Lens to Micro Four Thirds Speed Booster