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Go Hands-Free with the New Libec HFMP Video Monopod

Budget tripod and camera accessories makers Libec have a new video monopod designed for solo operators and also a new lightweight tripod for DSLR shooters. The company have also announced a new entry-level budget tripod for lightweight cameras such as the Sony A7sII – the Libec TH-X

New Schneider B+W Full Spectrum ND Filters

Just in time for the upcoming release of the Panasonic GH5, Schneider has a new line-up of full spectrum ND filters to help you control your exposure and put some sunglasses on your new mirrorless camera, DSLR, or even RED Scarlet-W or Red Raven (if you are

Building an Affordable Run-&-Gun Rig for Your Sony A7S II

SmallRig has been rolling out some excellent accessories for custom camera rigs lately providing a variety of cages, handles, shoe mounts, camera support systems and more. Some of these parts such as the SmallRig Sony A7II/A7SII/A7RII Cage and the SmallRig Cheese Handle have become extremely popular among

The Sony A7S II Video Travel Kit for Shooters On the Go

The Sony A7S II has become the de-facto “go-to” camera for many independent filmmakers and low budget productions, that require a travel-friendly kit. The camera has a small and lightweight form factor, it’s able to record 4K video internally, features S-Log2 and S-Log3 gammas, has a built-in image stabilization as

Practical Tips On Colour Grading S-Log2 Footage

One thing is for sure, shooting in S-Log2 (or utilising any other variation of Log gamma curve) is possibly the most efficient way to take advantage of the full dynamic range your camera sensor can capture. One of the downsides, however, is the extra amount of work