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How to Shoot 5K 60fps Quicklapse Videos with Your Panasonic GH5

The Panasonic GH5 is undoubtedly one of the most popular cameras in the indie filmmaking community these days. With its ability to shoot DCI-compliant 4K at 60fps alongside 10-bit internal recording, variable frame rates, 5-axis image stabilization and the fact that it has a relatively affordable price

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

Cine D vs V-Log – Which One Should You Use on the GH5?

When videographers are given a choice between shooting Log or any other picture profile, more often than not the decision goes to Log. That’s simply because shooting in this mode is claimed to provide a flat image, retaining more detail and making it easier to dial in

Quick Tips on Shooting in S-Log3 with the Sony a6500

As we all know, S-Log3 gamma profile could be extremely beneficial not only when shooting with any of the mid to high-level tier Sony cameras, but also with the smaller entry-level mirrorless counterparts such as the Sony a6500. The picture produced with the profile provides an extremely

How To Quickly Switch Frame Rates on the Panasonic GH5

If you’re someone who constantly shoots at different frame rates with your Panasonic GH5, then you’ll know the struggle of having to switch settings to get the look you go after every time. Let’s say you’re at a sport’s game shooting footage in the cinema standard 24

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