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Best Full Frame Lenses for the Sony A7III

The Sony A7III has become a wildly popular camera and rightly so. The combination of features, quality and, of course, price, make it hugely attractive. One of its big selling points is the full frame sensor and the resulting shallow depth of field along with light gathering

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,

Sony a7 III Internal vs External S-Log Recording Differences

The Sony a7III is a fantastic mirrorless camera with excellent internal recording options. Pair it with an external recorder like the Atomos Ninja V and it becomes even more powerful… but not only that. During testing of the Sony a7III, Gerald Undone noticed some differences between internal

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

Sony Xperia 1 Rocks a Massive 21:9 4K HDR OLED Display!

Sony have announced a new flagship smartphone Xperia 1 with the “world’s 1st” 4K HDR OLED 21:9 display in a smartphone. Sony call it a 6.5-inch CinemaWide display with a staggering 21:9 aspect ratio. The stunning display, 10bit colour support and life-like colour rendition has been achieved

Sony CFexpress Memory Card: Next Evolution of XQD

As if CFast 2.0, SxS (and all its versions), as well as XQD weren’t enough, Sony have found a way to bring yet another memory card format designed to satisfy the current and future data storage requirements of professional digital imaging tools. Earlier today Sony announced the

Best Lenses and Accessories for Your Sony A6400

The Sony A6400 is a small mirrorless camera that occupies a funny position in the middle of the Sony range, more advanced than the rest but missing some features found in the best. It’s ideal for travel and solo shooting and could be great for vlogging and

A6400 vs A6500 – Which One is Better for Shooting Video?

Sony Mirrorless Cameras have been frontrunners in the camera market for a few years now. The various ‘A’ ranges have come in at different price points from the incredibly popular A7 models up to the expensive, stills-focussed A9’s. At the cheaper end, we find the A600’s and

Sony VENICE to Get 4K/120fps in Firmware v4.0

The day before BSC Expo 2019 in London (which you should be attending), Sony released details for their upcoming VENICE firmware v4.0, which will include a paid HFR license enabling VENICE shooters to get 4K/120fps in 2.39:1 and 6K/60fps sometime in Summer 2019. If there was one

Sony PXW-Z280 and Z190 Enhanced Audio and Recording Options

Not everyone is using a 4K mirrorless camera or a S35 interchangeable lens camcorder, and especially those specialising in live events, or event filming and documentary frequently look towards a more classic, all-in-one camcorder solution. Sony have been making such camcorders for lots of years, and last