WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE WORLDS FIRST 61MP FULL FRAME CAMERA

The Sony a7R IV is the company’s fourth-generation ultra-high-resolution full-frame mirrorless camera. It’s built around a new 61MP back-side illuminated CMOS sensor. It’s the first new sensor in an ‘R’ camera since 2015.   ULTIMATE RESOLUTION   With the world’s first 61MP full-frame back-illuminated sensor,   the a7R IV sits at the top of the market when it comes to resolution. BIONZ X processing ensures outstanding quality and sharpness while enhanced Pixel Shift Multi Shooting can create incredible 240MP image.   INCREDIBLE FOCUS SPEED Equipped with 567 phase-detect AF points and the latest Real-time Tracking and Real-time Eye AF technologies, the a7R IV will quickly   and reliably lock onto and track nearly any subject—human or animal.   Real-time AF is now available in video as well.   ENHANCED BODY AND DESIGN   Upgraded buttons and dials along with a new 5.76m-dot EVF and redesigned grip make the a7R IV the most comfortable and ergonomic a7 series camera yet.   … Read more

CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT: LAFAYETTE BRITTO

Come join us as we take you through the incredible journeys of some of  The LensPal’s most esteemed customers. We had the pleasure of speaking to our long time Pal, Lafayette Britto owner of Lafayette Britto Photography.  A well  known automotive and real estate photographer in Central Florida. We sat down with Lafayette Britto and … Read more

Micro Four Thirds Camera & Lens Pairing Guide

As we have seen recently, using micro four thirds cameras can yield some beautiful results. But knowing which lenses can be paired these handy little cameras can be tricky. That’s why we’ve created this useful infographic. Now, pairing your micro four thirds camera with a non-proprietary lens is easy. As you can see, using 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

How To Get Dramatic Interview Lighting with the Kino Flo Foto Flo 400

Great lighting makes all the difference when shooting an interview. The Kino Flo Interview Select 3 Fluorescent Light Kit and Kino Flo Foto Flo 400 can help you achieve a sleek look at your next shoot. You can follow this lighting set up guide to recreate our dramatic lighting effect. To achieve this professional look, you … 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

Precision Balance with The Vinten Vision 8 Tripod

Have you ever looked at the back of your tripod and noticed a knob on your fluid head? This is the variable balance knob, its main function is to precisely balance your camera or lens at all angles. In this video we use the Canon 5D Mark IV, with the Canon 600mm f4/L IS II … 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