Posts Tagged ‘gear’
In many cases, buying a used DSLR allows you to get a lot of bang for your buck – but there is a lot to consider before deciding to drop down your hard earned cash.
Learn why 4K isn’t all it’s cracked up to be in the following Q&A with a few cinematography legends.
A recently funded Kickstarter campaign is reintroducing a forgotten photo relic, the Petzval Photo Lens. Known for its distinct visual style, the Petzval lens is now (once again) available to the public.
Most DSLR shooters are accustomed to working with electronic lenses, but there are a handful of great manual lenses out there (old and new) that can provide even better results with many added benefits.
Cinematography gear is notoriously expensive, but a few “must have” pieces of equipment are surprisingly affordable. In this post, we’ve rounded up useful cinematography gear that won’t break the bank!
See what pro video products new at the NAB show – and what companies are doing the best to make their products stand out.
New video editing controllers are hitting the market and claim to speed up your post production workflow. In this post, we take a look at two and see if they really make your editing more efficient.
Discover which color grading monitor is right for you. In this roundup of color grading resources we show you where to get the best info on reference monitors from leading professional colorists.
4 professional wireless microphone kits are put to the test in this informative video review. See which wireless mic is touted as a best value based on quality and performance.
Here’s a great DIY project for creating a tripod umbrella holder to keep you and your gear dry…and your hands free. Can be made for only a few dollars and a few minutes of time. Very useful!