Rode VideoMic Overview

Rodes VideoMics from The LensPal

Capturing crisp audio for your videos is very important and a great way to impress both your potential and current clients. Luckily this are some convenient and portable microphones that can be attached right on to the top of your cameras Hot Shoe Mount. Rode VideoMic, With Rycote Lyre Suspension System (Red/Larger Black Mic) This … Read more

A Dramatic Look with the Profoto Acute 2R Pro Pack

Getting the dramatic look for your portrait sessions have never been more easier than with the Profoto Acute 2R 1200W/S 2 Head Pro Pack we have in stock at The LensPal. Before we begin, we would just like to point out that this is a technique we used and by no means do we think … Read more

Using the DJI Assistant App Part 3

DJI Assistant App

In this final part from a 3 part tutorial on setting up the DJI Ronin M, we’ll begin to talk about using the DJI Assistant App to configure some features of the Ronin M. Now that the Ronin M is setup and well balanced, we are going to go to our final step of configuring … Read more

Balancing The Ronin M Part 2

Balancing DJI Ronin M

‘In our last article we spoke about assembling the DJI Ronin M. This time we will go over balancing the Ronin with a camera attached to the gimbal. When attaching a camera to the Ronin M, you must take into account that the gimbal can only support up to 8 lbs of total weight. This … Read more

Assembling The DJI Ronin M Part 1

DJI Ronin M

We get asked sometimes by our customers how to setup the DJI Ronin M, so we made this 3 part video tutorial that explains the parts, setup, and also the DJI Assistant app. We’ve come to learn that a few of our customers have actually felt intimidated by the Ronin M and setting it up … Read more

Canon Cine Lenses: Quality Worth The Value

Canon Cine Lens

Here at The LensPal we’ve noticed customers tend to overlook our line-up of Canon Cine Lenses, so we thought we’d take the time to give a brief overview of the current cine lenses we have in stock and why we know it’s a valuable piece of equipment to have for your next production. [rushmore_image caption=”Canon … Read more

Versus: Canon 5D Mark IV vs Canon 5D Mark III

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

Versus: Sony A7S II vs Sony A7R II

Today we’ll be going over some of the similarities and differences of the popular Sony A7S II versus the Sony A7R II and why we recommend them for your next project. Although both cameras look very similar, they each have their own unique differences. The S can do 120fps at 1080p while the R can … Read more

Tools for the Trade: Real Estate Photography

Real Estate Photography: Bedroom

A common question we get amongst some of our customers; what’s a good lens to use for real estate photography? Fortunately, we have not only the answer, but equipment for just that! We’ve noticed a consistent mistake young photographers, venturing into real estate photography for the first time tend to make when choosing the right … Read more

3 Steps To Achieving Gorgeous Bokeh

The LensPal Gorgeous Bokeh

A sharply-focused subject with a dreamy-blurred background, it’s a stellar combination that we at The LensPal receive questions about constantly! Here are three things to keep in mind when achieving gorgeous bokeh: Keep your focal length high: Lenses that are 50MM or wider can achieve this effect with a fast aperture, but in general the … Read more