The Best Picture Profiles for Sony Mirrorless Cameras

If you own a Sony mirrorless camera, you already know that out-of-the-box there are a lot of picture profiles and configurations to choose from.  Most videographers  use S-Log 2 or S-Log 3 as they provide the most dynamic range. On the other hand, there has been an increasing amount of users who choose to shoot … Read more  The Best Picture Profiles for Sony Mirrorless Cameras

THE SIGMA 105mm: IS IT REALLY THE “BOKEH MASTER”?

Marketed by Sigma as the “Bokeh Master,” the Sigma 105mm f1.4 DG HSM Art lens is one the latest additions to the Japanese optics manufacturer’s Art series of lenses. The ninth lens in Sigma’s Art series to feature a wide aperture of f1.4 (six for Full Frame, three for APS-C), it is also the longest … Read more THE SIGMA 105mm: IS IT REALLY THE “BOKEH MASTER”?

Rhino ROV Pro – SLIDER MOVES HAVE NEVER BEEN SO EASY

The ROV Motorized Slider comes in a few versions to suit different filmmakers’ needs. Whether you shoot for fun, weddings, or small to large productions this little slider can ad value to your next shoot. There’s the ROV Mobile for smartphones and the ROV Pro for cameras weighing up to four pounds. There are also two different slider lengths … Read more Rhino ROV Pro – SLIDER MOVES HAVE NEVER BEEN SO EASY

Canon EOS R

The wait is over! Canon users have long been waiting for a full-frame mirrorless camera from the brand, and today we finally get our first look at the EOS R—Canon’s first full-frame mirrorless camera and lens system. Canon has officially debuted their new EOS R mirrorless camera, which boasts a 30.3MP full-frame sensor and the brand’s DIGIC 8 … Read more Canon EOS R

MEGABITS & MEGABYTES = A MEGA DIFFERENCE

Hi Pals, When i first dived into video production I often would find my self shooting a project and out of nowhere my camera would stop recording not really knowing why i took to the internet to find out why this was constantly happening after reading alot of forums it really just came down to … Read more MEGABITS & MEGABYTES = A MEGA DIFFERENCE