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Sony A7s Extended Video Review by Philip Bloom

Finally! We have an extended full featured review of Sony A7s, which is more than 48 minutes long. After everything we saw in the last weeks, it will be nice to summarise everything we know about this great little camera. Philip Bloom produced this video review in the

DJI Ronin Gimbal & 4K RED Epic Slow-Motion

The aerial wizards at DJI have been making drones (or UAS – unmanned aerial systems) for some time now. With their highly successful and affordable Phantom line of quad-copters, including the Phantom Vision and Vision 2, they solidified their position as the “go-to” manufacturer with the “low-budget” filmmaker when

Review of the Zoom H6 Portable Audio Recorder

The Zoom H4N, and other similar portable professional audio recorders, have grown at about the same rate as the DSLR revolution. The Zoom H4n became, and still is, the go-to recorder for any DSLR videographer remotely serious about capturing anything more than camera audio. In this post we

Detail Comparison – BMCC 2.5K vs. BMPC 4K

The so-called “DSLR revolution”, started by pure accident from Canon, democratised the film industry irreversibly about five years ago. They were the first to put affordable tools in the hands of tens of thousands of indie filmmakers all over the world. Furthermore a few years later, Blackmagic Design

Apertus AXIOM Alpha Camera Field Testing & AXIOM Beta News

The creative folks behind the AXIOM Alpha Project have been working hard on a few independent projects testing the camera in real world environments. The field test projects for the AXIOM Alpha prototype ranged from urban daylight locations, including horse racing, to night exteriors and studio-based macro shots of insects and

New Video & Review of the Sony A7S

The new 4K capable DSLR from Sony – the A7s has been getting reviews by industry professionals left and right. And that’s not a coincidence at all. Impressive on specs alone, the Sony A7s is one of the most eagerly-awaited cameras of 2014. It is a very