Posts Tagged ‘video gear’
The Dual ISO sensor is on the rise, and every major camera manufacturer has made one (or will very soon). What is it, though, and what does …
Running out of space on your hard drive? Here are some of the best-in-class options that keep up with an editor’s workflow requirements.
A look at the cameras and gear used to capture all of the 2019 Academy Award nominees for Best Picture and Best Cinematography.
ShareGrid just released their end-of-year report detailing the most popular gear rentals of 2018. Let’s take a look at the most-used pieces of equipment.
As filmmakers increasingly turn to quality over quantity of features, the Fuji X-T3 is starting to attract some attention.
Extra space for photos and videos is always a plus — so is accessing them in a hurry. We took a look at the G-Drive Mobile Pro …
Ready for an upgrade? Here are five important things to think about before you spend the money to invest in a new camera.
In our latest hands-on video gear review, we cover everything you want to know about the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K.
So the “faster” your lens, the more light it can capture, but what is it that really determines a lens’s maximum aperture?
Interested in a shoulder mount for your camera for more mobility on your next project? Here’s what to look for when you start shopping.
This gimbal is one of the most intuitive stabilizers on the market, and it could definitely benefit your production. Read on for our full review.