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Canon 5D Mark IV at The LensPal

Hey Pals! Today we’ll be going over the many new features of the Canon 5D Mark IV, the differences between the old Canon 5D Mark III, and how they measure up against what’s currently on the market. Some of the new features of the Mark IV is the upgraded 30.4 MP sensors compared to the … Read more

Why You Should Give The Olympus OM-D E-M1 Micro Four Thirds Camera A Try

by Tyler Rispoli With the newest releases of micro four thirds cameras coming from reputable manufacturers—Panasonic, Olympus and Fujifilm—competition is rising. I decided to take out the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II on a test shoot. This camera thoroughly impressed me. The E-M1 mark II features a 20.4-megapixel sensor, 5-axis in camera image stabilization, and 15fps sequential … Read more

Quick Overview of The Canon 6D Mark II

Canon 6D Mark II

Canon recently introduced the 6D Mark II, boasting a list of new upgrades to its predecessor, the 6D. Some of the new features include a 26.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, 5 types of AF area selection modes, a touch screen similar to what is on the Canon 5D Mark IV, for easy selection of menu items … Read more

The LensPal Review: Olympus E-M1 Mark II

With the introduction of the new OM-DE-Ml Mark II, Olympus has added a camera with a significantly faster auto-focus system. In auto-focus mode it can shoot an amazing 18fps at 20 megapixels due to the cameras updated sensor with its faster processer (3.5x faster) and memory buffer. Even more remarkably, 60fps can be achieved at … Read more

TOP 10 SPORTS PICKS [FAST LENSES AND CAMERAS]

What is the best lens for sports? Photographers that shoot indoor sports typically face one of the biggest challenges in the photography world. Basketball, volleyball, soccer, gymnastics, wrestling, dance etc. The lighting for these events,  is usually dim, so the photographer is often confined to one location while the participants move around… a lot. An … Read more

Setting up The Arri Tungsten Fresnel’s and 4 Key Green Screen Lighting Tips (Episode 3 of Lighting Mini Series)

The most important ingredient in any recipe for good, professional-quality video is light. Video is a medium of light. Other factors – sound, composition and special effects – are also important, but if the lighting isn’t right, then the video just doesn’t look right. An amateurish approach to lighting can reduce any professional video project. … Read more