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Building a Shoulder Rig Kit for the BMPCC 4K

The BMPCC 4K is a great video camera, with fantastic picture quality and some really nice features. But what if you want to level up and go full beast mode? Well, then you are talking about rigging and all that entails. From monitoring to power, external SSD’s

Sony A7III vs Sony A6400 – Should You Pay Twice as Much?

Sometimes I wonder, just how friendly are each department within a camera company? I wonder this because sometimes different product lines seem to step on each other’s toes and surely affect each other’s sales figures. Some cameras compete so directly with their sister products that the rationale

Can You Shoot Cinematic Footage on the Sony RX0II?

So, can you shoot cinematic footage on the Sony RX0II? No. OK, sorry, let me try that again. There are a great many factors that go into creating the much coveted cinematic look. The idea of the cinematic look represents the gold standard in moving image capture,

Matching Canon EOS R with the C200 Using Ninja V

The Canon EOS R is a tricky camera. Much maligned on release, largely due to the hefty crop factor when switching into 4k mode and the lack of good slow motion, it has now found some influential proponents online. Now that it is pairing with external recorders

The Best Accessories for Your DJI Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom

The DJI Mavic series of drones are fantastic for capturing stunning aerial footage for your films, travel vlogs, corporate videos or broadcast. Affordable, lightweight and easy to fly thanks to the excellent in-built software and intuitive controller. They are ready to fly right out the box but here

Panasonic S1 vs GH5s vs GH5 – ISO Performance Comparison

Panasonic’s GH5 series of cameras are popular amongst video shooters thanks to their fantastic features and specs. They use Micro 4/3’s lens on a smaller sensor which has its pros and cons. The recent release of the Panasonic S1 has many wondering if Panasonic will soon forsake

Vimeo Now Supports 10bit HDR Video in 4K and Even 8K!

HDR (or High Dynamic Range) is truly where the advantage of higher resolutions such as 4K and 8K really starts to matter. On an SDR TV, even a really good one, an educated viewer can still struggle to see a major difference in colour rendition and detail