The LockCircle 6500NY is an awesome looking new cage for the upcoming Sony a6500 mirrorless 4K camera. LockCircle make some very nice looking and quite well built camera accessories from super secure aluminium camera body caps, compact camera cages, Titanium lens adapters, cinevized Zeiss lenses to HDMI port
Italian camera accessories designer and manufacturers LockCircle have a beautiful new cage with PL mount conversion for the Leica SL 4K mirrorless camera. If the Leica SL is the Ferrari of the 4K mirrorless cameras, then LockCircle is surely the premiere accessories manufacturer that is more than
The announcement of the compact, but yet very powerful a6300 by Sony made some big splashes around the indie filmmaking community and now that the camera is shipping filmmakers are seeking more ways to make the tiny a6300 production ready. Luckily, Italian gear accessories and lens maker
DSLR style cameras are still enjoying a large following in the video world, despite the influx of new and affordable large sensor cameras like the Sony FS7 and the even more recent and affordable Sony FS5, which has been shipping for a few good weeks now. A lot
Italian gear makers, LockCircle just introduced the BoomBooster, which is (as they call it) a “freestyle agility” grip handle for Birdcage Sony A7/GH4 system. The BoomBooster is the latest LockCircle addition to the popular Birdcage modular production system available for the Sony A7 (soon A7R II) and Lumix GH4
Prime Circle are an Italian based equipment manufacturer who have been developing re-housed cine lenses based on Zeiss lenses for DSLR and large sensor camera shooters, matteboxes, wireless follow focus solutions, HDMI port-adapters for the Canon, Nikon DSLR’s as well as the BMPCC, Sony A7s, and the Panasonic GH4.
LockCircle make some really nice products for video professionals. From their PrimeCircle cine-lens modifications to HDMI port protectors, an very smart sliding mattebox, and now they are adding a couple of cages to their line-up. Adding to the field of devices on the market looking to further adapt
Ok, so you’ve saved up your hard earned cash, you’ve bought your A7s or GH4, some decent lenses and maybe an HDMI monitor, and you’re ready to shoot. However, one of the major issues of both cameras is the clumsy Micro HDMI output they have. Cables can snap out