When Canon released the EOS R in October of 2018, they also released three adapters, to allow photographers and videographers to use their existing EF and EF-S mount lenses on the new mirrorless system. The Control Ring Mount Adapter EF-EOS R is perhaps the most interesting of the three as it brings additional functionality in … Read more EOS R, Control Ring and Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art
Hi pals! I’m going to be writing a series of pieces looking at what I consider to be the most interesting items we sent out from the previous week. For this first week I’m going to talk about the Laowa 24mm Probe Lens for Canon. This is one of the most unusual lenses on the … Read more Laowa 24mm Probe Lens for Canon EF
This month DJI released their new 3 axis gimbal, the Ronin-SC, which is an updated and more compact version of their Ronin S gimbal, which made its debut last year. Lighter, Smarter, Better. The Ronin-SC is all about portability, with its lightweight design and superior stabilization this gimbal allows quick set up for any mirrorless … Read more OUR FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF THE RONIN-SC
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 WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE WORLDS FIRST 61MP FULL FRAME CAMERA
Typically , businesses want to film their events to create a promotional event video.Video is a proven tactic to boost engagement, enhance digital marketing, and convert more viewers. Video is highly shareable, and engaging. With the right videography tips and techniques, you can create a branded video for your event that will stand out and skyrocket your visibility. Here … Read more 7 TIPS ON HOW TO SHOOT EVENT VIDEOGRAPHY
What is Frame Rate? Frame rate is the speed at which images are shown, and it’s usually expressed as “frames per second,” or FPS. Each image represents a frame, so if a video is captured and played back at 24fps, that means each second of video shows 24 distinct still images. The speed at which … Read more Understanding Slow Motion in Video
So before we dive into high-speed sync we need to discuss what flash sync is. Flash sync is the computer-controlled feature in which the flash and the shutter release are synchronized so that the flash light output illuminates the subject for the specific moments that the shutter exposes the cameras sensor. The flash instantaneously lights … Read more Using High Speed Sync To Capture Eye Catching Photos
It is difficult to take good pictures without having a solid understanding of ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture – also known as the “Exposure Triangle“. What is the Exposure Triangle? 1. Shutter Speed – The length of time the shutter in your camera is open to expose light into the camera sensor. Shutter speeds are typically measured in fractions of … Read more Understanding ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture
With all of the new mirrorless cameras releasing lately there seems to be a bit of a pattern, with them all requiring the use of external monitors to get the best image out of them. The Ninja V is the slightly smaller sister to the Ninja Inferno and they do share a lot of the … Read more Atomos Ninja V Best Recorder of 2019?
Nikon has impressed and excited many photographers with the release of the high-resolution D850 DSLR. With a 45.7MP FX-format sensor, a tilting screen and 4K video, the D850 is Nikon’s most advanced DSLR ever. All those cutting-edge features, however, come at a price. So, is the D850 worth the upgrade? Nikon D850 vs D810: Sensor … Read more Nikon D850 how much better is it than the D810?