Laowa 24mm Probe Lens for Canon EF

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

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 CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT: LAFAYETTE BRITTO

Choosing the Right Audio Gear

While video is important, audio is a whole other mine field and even more important. If you have bad audio a viewer is more likely to click away from your video than having bad video quality. There are many different microphones out there—here is a breakdown for choosing the right microphone for the right situation. … Read more Choosing the Right Audio Gear

Canon XC15: The Little Camera That Packs a Punch

Whether you are shooting a short film, documentary or interview the Canon XC15 can handle any situation. Following in the footsteps of the XC10, the XC15 combines the best elements from its predecessor with new features and functionality, including an MA-400 microphone adapter with dual XLR inputs for professional audio capture, quick autofocus and a … Read more Canon XC15: The Little Camera That Packs a Punch

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 The LensPal Review: Olympus E-M1 Mark II

The LensPal Review: Panasonic Lumix GH5 Mirrorless Camera

Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 - The LensPal

Hey Pals, with the arrival of the Panasonic Lumix GH5 Mirrorless Camera to our extensive line-up, we thought it would be useful to write up a review for all of our existing, as well as, new customers who would be interested in learning more about this amazing piece of equipment! “One of the newest features … Read more The LensPal Review: Panasonic Lumix GH5 Mirrorless Camera

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 Rode VideoMic Overview

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 Using the DJI Assistant App Part 3

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 Balancing The Ronin M Part 2

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