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Decent Dual Hand Grip Gimbal Stabilizer for Under $400?

Тhe almighty and ever-so-steady gimbal stabilizers have been one of the most sought-after pieces of gear in the filmmaking community for quite some time. Unfortunately, the purchase and use of a gimbal can only be considered as a viable option for those creative professionals who actually can

How To Set Up a Mobile Production Studio Virtually Anywhere

Many content creators will find it difficult to produce video content on a regular basis while traveling, especially when they are so used to the coziness and comfort of their home studio. So, rather than improvising while settling for a possible lighting configuration in your hotel room

Closer Look at the Tilta Gravity G2x Handheld Gimbal

Through the smart implementation of computer software and gimbal-based hardware technologies, gimbal stabilizers continue to dominate the market of camera stabilization systems with ease. Nevertheless, finding a unit that can support heavy camera loads while delivering the highest possible performance can still be a tricky task. That being

Building the Ultimate Blackmagic Design Micro Cinema Camera Rig

For less than a $1,000, the Blackmagic Design Micro Cinema Camera has become an increasingly attractive buy for indie filmmakers who are looking for a reasonable step-up in image quality as well as for those seeking a compact and relatively affordable B-camera for behind-the-scenes or alternate camera

Sony A7S II vs ARRI Alexa Mini – Can You Guess Which is Which?

With features such as a 4K Full-Frame sensor, 5-axis image stabilization, log gamma profiles, external recording capabilities, and crazy-high ISOs of up to 409,600 it’s no wonder why the Sony A7S II was the most rented mirrorless camera in 2017 according to ShareGrid camera-rental company. Since the