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Download Panasonic GH5 4K and 180fps Footage

The first half of 2017 will undoubtedly belong to the Panasonic GH5. One of the most anticipated releases of 2017 was announced just a week ago in Las Vegas at the start of CES 2017 and is due to start shipping end of March. The pre-release hype

How to Shoot Properly Stunning Flicker-Free Slow-Mo Videos

There are many ways to enhance your storytelling and stylize your videos but what a better way to do so than capturing some exciting, impactful slow motion footage. In the next tutorial, Chase Kubasiak of B&H covers the three key variables that you should be aware of when shooting

IBC 2015: Sony Just Announced the PXW-FS5 4K Cinema Camera

The sibling of the Sony’s flagship FS7 camera was just announced. The brand new PXW-FS5 has a Super 35 “Exmor” CMOS Sensor providing 14 stops of dynamic range and shoots UHD 3840 x 2160 at 100Mbps using Sony’s advanced XAVC-L codec. The camera is also capable of delivering a stunning Full HD 60fps

Basics of Shooting Super Slow Motion Video

Shooting a super-slow motion video can be a real fun, especially if you have a chance to play with one of those fancy Phantom cameras that can shoot some impressive 3,000fps. One can achieve а decent results by also using the overcrank mode of the Red Dragon, Arri Amira

GoPro Hero4 Black 240fps Slow-Motion First Footage

Later this month, GoPro will release a new firmware update for the GoPro Hero4 Black and Silver editions of its latest camera lineup, which will add some very welcomed video features to the two models. The GoPro Hero4 Black will receive even higher frame rates at 240fps in 720p mode, as

Shooting 360fps with the Sony F55

While most equipment and techniques featured on 4K Shooters are for the budget-oriented shooters, or aspiring professionals, here’s something slightly different. For the price of an entire EPIC-M RED DRAGON Pro Collection, you can upgrade your existing Sony PMW-F55 from 240fps in 2K to 360fps in 1080p.

Sony A7s In Action: Slow-Motion at 120fps

Slowly, but surely, Sony A7s is turning into one of the “go-to” 4K camera for the indie filmmaker, not only for its insane low-light capabilities and Full-frame size sensor, but also for its slow-motion capabilities as well. The camera can record 120 frames per second in 720p HD