Here is a video about a cheap but surprisingly practical camera accessory. Continue reading FingaZoom – filmmaking gadget
Canon has just announced three intriguing cameras for videographers, unless you’re looking for 4K video, that is. Continue reading Canon releases M6, 77D and T7i – great HD cameras, but no 4K
BH Photo Video has pre-Black Friday deals. Canon has rebates up to $550 on their DSLRs (including $400 off Canon 80D and $350 off 70D), lenses and speedlights. Continue reading $400 off Canon 80D and other deals
In today’s video I am testing and comparing two on-camera condenser microphones from Rode: the VideoMic Pro and the Stereo VideoMic Pro. The VideoMic Pro is already very popular among YouTubers and videomakers. It has also become a must-have for many vloggers – especially those trying to match the quality of the vlogs by the mega YouTuber Casey Neistat. Continue reading Rode on-camera mic comparison: VideoMic Pro vs Stereo VideoMic Pro
Today, I am reviewing the fourth and last gimbal in my series of reviews of mid-range camera gimbals, the CAME-Mini 3 (previously I covered the CAME-Argo, Moza Lite 2 and Turbo Ace AllSteady Motion). The CAME-Mini 3 is the lightest of the these gimbals and supports payload up to 2.6 lbs (1.2 kg). By the way, soon I am going to release a video where I will compare these four models side by side. Continue reading CAME-TV CAME-Mini 3 Camera Gimbal Review
Recently, I got to put the Sony a7R II to work and here’s my review of the camera. Continue reading Sony a7R II Review & Overheating Fix
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