Tag Archives: DSLR

DIY Custom Camera Rig for $200

I built a custom camera rig for my DSLM using various parts I found on Amazon. It costs just $200 and fixes the main problems I find with many DLSR/DSLM style cameras. My custom rig turns any DSLR / DSLM camera into a proper video production tool. Continue reading DIY Custom Camera Rig for $200

Fosicam makes exciting entry in the 3-axis camera gimbal world

Today I have another camera gimbal review, but I’m happy to say it’s not just another gimbal. A company called Fosicam, a newcomer in the market, has created a pistol-grip gimbal that improves, I think, on what other companies have done so far. Continue reading Fosicam makes exciting entry in the 3-axis camera gimbal world

Rode on-camera mic comparison: VideoMic Pro vs Stereo VideoMic Pro

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

CAME-TV CAME-Mini 3 Camera Gimbal Review

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