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Moment Rolls Out the World’s First Anamorphic Lens for Drones

Getting this highly demanded anamorphic cinema look using affordable lenses and adapters turned into a growing trend in recent years. Many innovative companies popped up trying to deliver related high-quality products at an affordable price. One of those companies seems to be the smartphone lens maker Moment

DJI Announces Switch Grip Dual Handle for the Ronin-S

Even though most single-handed gimbals like the Ronin-S are initially designed to be compact and leightweight, in reality, they end up being too heavy and bulky. Holding such a device for a long period of time could be a real struggle, not to mention the extra weight

Building the Ultimate Sony A7III Rig

While some confidently awaited for the A7SIII to come, others dug in their wallets and decided to invest in an A7III. It is, in fact, a great camera, although it may not be such video oriented as its counterpart the A7SII, it’s still a great value for

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

How To Make Any XLR Microphone Wireless

Wires are a pain. One of my big hopes for the future is to film without any wires whatsoever and honestly, we are pretty close. The new Rode Wireless Go kit might be perhaps the very first truly wireless system with a built-in microphone in the tiny

Best Accessories for the BMPCC 4K

Pumped up to get out and shoot with your brand new Pocket 4K? Well, can’t say we’ve not been there. Every time we get a new camera, we can’t wait to put together a fancy and ergonomic rig, hit the road, and get shooting. The little sister

Building the Ultimate Handheld Camera Rig in 2019

I love shooting handheld and so does Caleb Pike from DSLR Video Shooter! Sometimes it just feels good to hold a small camera or to have a real run-and-gun mentality. It can also be cost-effective to shoot with smaller cameras and rig them up to get the