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Short Film Shot on New Canon SUMIRE Cine Primes

Perrault Pictures were recently commissioned by Canon to shoot a short sports-based film on their new Canon Sumire Cine Primes. The short film tells the inspirational story of kickboxer Jemyma Betrian. For those, who might have missed the Sumire announcement from a NAB 2019, here is a

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

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

Sharp 8K Camera Low Light Test

The brand new Sharp 8K camera has set the filmmaking community buzzing with questions like – how detailed does the 8K really look? How is the dynamic range? What are the other important specs? Does Sharp still make cameras? As the camera makes its way into the

Dope 4th Axis Stabilizer for DJI Osmo Pocket

The Osmo Pocket, like its bigger Osmo brothers and many other gimbals, offers excellent 3-axis stabilisation. One axis that isn’t stabilised is the up-and-down or Z-axis and this can result in footage with a noticeable bounce when walking. Adding a Z-axis, a spring-based system can smooth this

Canon 1DX Mark II vs. Sony A7III for Shooting Video

We all love to argue about cameras and obsess over comparison footage on YouTube, it’s become almost as popular a pass-time as actually using the cameras themselves. In my opinion, the comparisons of cameras fall broadly into two categories – the images you can create and how