Number one question I get asked is “What’s a perfect beginner camera?” My answer is still the same – the SONY NEX-5. Continue reading “Your Way” music video shot on the Sony NEX-5
There is a new and improved version of the 3 Axis Camera Gimbal that I reviewed before. Some of you may remember my post about the CAME 7000 – 3 Axis Camera Gimbal. Continue reading Ready To Run Camera Gimbal – CAME 7500
Last year I had a chance to work on an indie production. I was the cinematographer and also handled all the grip/gaffer as we had to move fast and get a lot of scenes in a short amount of time. Continue reading “American Dream” Indie Film Diary
Today I wanted to share with you my thoughts on using this cool new wireless pan and tilt head for your DSLR and bigger video cameras.
Continue reading Wireless Pan & Tilt Head by Senna
We have been relying on Zoom audio recorders for years. We’ve used them on our video and film projects, including our documentary “Montanita Beach Life” Continue reading Zoom H5 audio recorder arrives at B&H
The Canon DSLRs remain hugely popular among indie filmmakers and deservedly so. If you are looking to buy one, there are many great models to choose from, in a wide price range. Which one should you get?
I have some great news for those of you who struggle with shoulder rigs, not sure how to make them lighter and easier to work with. Continue reading Atlas Camera Support
Lots of people wonder how to set up their camera stabilizers, so that they can remotely pull focus on the go. Continue reading Pro Steadicam with wireless follow focus & video system
Today I wanted to show a cool and affordable wireless follow focus system for your DSLR camera or even higher end cameras like the Red Epic. Continue reading Wondlan Wireless Follow Focus
Today, I wanted to show you how to build your very own wireless video system for under $300 (or $330 with more range). Continue reading DIY Wireless Video System