SLR Magic have been making waves in the budget cine lens realm for some time now. The company is well known for their excellent wide angle fast primes for like the SLR Magic 12mm T1.6 Hypeprime and even wider 10mm T2.1 Cine Hyperprime for MFT mount cameras as well as their
Sony A7s II Archive
The form factor of most 4K cameras today requires some significant additional accessories in order to complete the rig and bring in up to the rigorous demands of modern video production. This applies not only to traditional cameras like the Sony FS7, but also to the smaller,
Even though the Sony A7R II and Sony A7S II are sharing a few similar features such as 4K internal recording, 5-axis image stabilization, enhanced high-speed auto-focusing along with similar price tags, overall these units are quite different beasts. Probably the major difference between the two cameras is the
We shouldn’t be surprised that Sony A7S II is creating a lot of buzz these days. It’s definitely one of the most compelling, fully-fledged compact mirrorless cameras on the market that many cinematographers and filmmakers have been waiting for quite some time now. Yet, there is a certain concern
Just when everyone were eager to glimpse the Sony PXW-FS5 for the first time at this year’s IBC trade show in Amsterdam, the leading Japanese camera manufacturer surprised us all with the unexpected announcement of the Sony A7s II, the second camera in Sony’s mirrorless lineup capable of 4K internal
Zeiss expands their Loxia lens family with the introduction of the super wide Loxia 21mm f/2.8 lens. In true Zeiss fashion, the new Loxia lens offers full-frame coverage, manual focus and aperture ring, which can be de-clicked to make it easier to adjust exposure in video mode.
Here’s an announcement you might have missed from earlier today at IBC 2015. With two new Sony cameras coming in the next few months – namely the highly rumoured PXW-FS5 “Mini FS7” and the unexpected unveiling of the mighty A7s II, this time with 4K internal recording,