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Core SWX Announces New Powerbase Edge, Ideal for Compact S35 4K Cameras

Core SWX, a popular maker of battery and charging solutions, announces two innovative battery power solutions aimed at the traditional broadcast market, the Hydracore 100 is Core’s first NiMH battery, offering owner/operators a travel-safe alternative. The Powerbase Edge is ideal for the Cine/DSLR sector and is 30 percent smaller than its

Panasonic GH5 Firmware Version 2.2 Released

Panasonic has just released a new firmware update version 2.2 for their Lumix GH5 mirrorless camera. It’s no whopper, like Firmware 2.0, but hey at least it adds some improvements to VFR (variable frame rate) recording, where the bit rate gets stretched quite a bit in slow-motion,

Panasonic LUMIX G9 Announced – 4K/60p; 5-Axis IBIS and Fast AF

Panasonic just announced their latest entry in the Lumix division – the Lumix DC-G9 mirrorless camera. According to Panasonic, the G9 is the “…highest picture quality in the history of LUMIX cameras”.  Other big features include an advanced Body I.S. (Image Stabilizer) and Dual I.S. making it possible

Sony a7R III Launch Event and Hands-On Video

Just days ago, Sony announced their newest full-frame mirrorless camera – the “big megapixel” Sony A7r III, which boasts faster AF, new processing, better image quality in both stills and 4K video, longer battery life, touchscreen, and many other improvements, while retaining the same form factor. Sony

New Sony a9 Full-Frame 4K Mirrorless Monster Announced!

Sony has just announced their new flagship full-frame monstrosity called the Sony a9. It shoots of course 4K in both full-frame and S35 mode and it features the pinnacle of Sony’s sensor and photographic technology. Aiming for the top of the full-frame photographic pantheon – a where

Five Must Have Panasonic GH5 Accessories + New Footage

Yes, here’s my obligatory “Panasonic GH5 accessories” blog post. No seriously, in all honesty, since I have already pre-ordered a Panasonic GH5 (with the XLR extension unit), I am actually buying these accessories. After digging around the web, speaking to the UK distributor, getting my hands on