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Sony A6500 vs Sony A7III Side-by-Side Comparison

With its ubiquitous Alpha mirrorless camera lineup, Sony has completely revolutionized filmmaking technologies, dominating the consumer and prosumer markets with hard-hitting products like the A7S II, A7R III, A6300, A6500, just to name a few. More than three months ago, the company rolled out another successful mirrorless

NAB 2018: Sony Announces PXW-Z190 and PXW-Z280 4K Camcorders

Alongside the FS5 II announcement, at their official NAB 2018 press conference in Las Vegas earlier today, Sony have also unveiled two new smaller camcorders – the PXW-Z190 and PXW-Z280. Even though the new arrivals both shoot 4K video at 50p/60p and have identical design and form factor, their internals seem

Online Video Editors – Should You Use One?

The use of online video editing services is a trend that has been slowly gaining popularity as time goes by. While the premise of having all your editing processes off-loaded to a remote server may seem a bit impractical and daunting for the time being, some people

Sony A7 III vs A7R III vs A6500 vs GH5 Low Light Comparison

Less than a week ago, Sony released the third iteration of their entry-level full-frame mirrorless – the A7III, a camera that immediately made waves in the independent filmmaking community. With an improved 24MP back-illuminated full-frame sensor coupled with updated features such as the long-awaited 4K recording in Full

iPhone X vs RED Dragon Side-by-Side Comparison

Among the enticing new features of the Apple’s latest flagship iPhone X, the constantly improving video functionality seems to be a key aspect of the device that continues to attract the attention of more and more content creators who want to dip their toes into smartphone filmmaking.

Panasonic GH5 vs iPhone X Video Capabilities Comparison

Besides the Super Retina HD display, A11 Bionic chip with 64-bit architecture, wireless charging, and Face ID support, the latest iPhone X also brings to the table enhanced camera capabilities and more powerful video features including 4K recording at 60fps. And while incremental camera upgrades are commonplace

How to Get More Cinematic Look In-Camera on the Sony A6300/A6500

Even though these counterparts belong to Sony’s mid-range mirrorless camera lineup, the plethora of professional video features they pack on board is quite impressive and still unbeaten for the price – internal 4K UHD video recording at 30fps, 1080p/120fps, S-Log2/ S-Gamut3.Cine/S-Log-3 and S-Gamut3/S-Log3 profiles, ISO range up to 51,200, advanced