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What is the Best Sony Alpha Camera for Your Creative Workflow?

Needless to say, Sony has been totally dominating the mirrorless camera market with their Alpha series and for good reason. The company has designed their products with advanced imaging technologies tailored to suit creative professionals and enthusiasts alike all over the world. Nevertheless, it can be difficult

Blackmagic eGPU vs Razer Core X Performance Comparison

Alongside the release of their overhauled MacBook Pro lineup a month ago, Apple has also announced another enticing partnership project this time with Blackmagic Design regarding the release of a dedicated eGPU specifically designed to complement the latest line of supported OS-based devices. In a nutshell, the

Wooden Camera Announces Top Handles v2.0

Wooden Camera have announced new, redesigned Top Handles. The two new handles come in either the NATO Handle Plus 2 Kit and the Top Handle v2. NATO Handle Plus version 2 is a quick release top handle that attaches and detaches quickly without tools. It features a

Tips and Tricks on Using the Ronin-S Infinite Spin

There’s no doubt that the amount of camera moves that can be performed with the DJI Ronin-S gimbal is unprecedented. From simple crane shots to pre-programmed time-lapse sequences, the single-handed stabilizer has won the hearts of filmmakers with its ability to easily replace bulkier film gear, while being

How to Get Beautiful Skin Tones in Premiere Pro CC

Many filmmakers would agree that one of the most intimidating aspects of color grading would be retaining accurate, beautiful-looking skin tones. As you start adding on various LUTs, curves, and other color grading filters, it’s easy to get distracted, causing you to lose the natural appearance of

Rode Microphones Launch SC6-L Mobile Interview Kit for iOS Devices

RØDE Microphones have just launched the brand new SC6-L Mobile Interview Kit, designed for bloggers, vloggers, journalists, podcaster, and just about anyone out there who wants to capture great sounding interviews with their iPhones. Rode have desinged the SC6-L mobile interview kit as thei premiere Lightning connected recording solution

DIY Wireless Follow Focus Rig for the Zhiyun Crane 2

With improved overall design and enhanced feature set, the ubiquitous Zhiyun Crane 2 provides users with plenty of options as to how they want to operate their camera once it’s mounted on the gimbal itself. Nevertheless, you might be surprised to know that there are even more options

Samsung Announces Next Generation 4TB SSDs for Consumers

Samsung has just announced that the company has begun the mass production of the industry’s first 4-bit 4TB SATA SSD for consumers. Based on 1-terabit V-NAND with enhanced performance equivalent to the company’s 3-bit design, Samsung’s QLC SSD is expected to bring a new level of efficiency

First Look at the Kinefinity MAVO + Sample Footage

In mainstream professional filmmaking, RED and ARRI are inarguably synonymous when it comes to high-end cinema camera systems. Back in March, however, Chinese-based budget camera maker Kinefinity introduced the MAVO, a Super 35mm cinema camera aimed to provide professional grade footage at a fraction of the cost

Sennheiser Memory Mic for Mobile Content Creators

Do you remember the Instamic? We did a writeup about their Kickstarter campaign a while back (link here), and for those of you who do not recall this little device let me refresh your memory. The Instamic is tiny microphone that can be easily attached to just

Media Production Show 2018 Recap

IBC 2018 is only 5 weeks away and I can’t wait to go to Amsterdam again, but in the meantime I have some catchup to do. Back in June I went to the Media Production Show 2018 trade show exhibition in West London, shot some footage, took some

Six Dope In-Camera Video Transitions for Your Consideration

When it comes to creative video editing, sometimes utilizing traditional assets such as crossfades or zooms may seem too bland or even boring. Therefore, to create a more engaging montage, you might want to try out pulling off some in-camera video transitions, rather than relying on a