Atomos has had a string of announcements over the last couple of months, most notably three new 1500-nit, HDR-ready field monitors/recorders. I got hold of one of the first batch of their Shogun Flame units in for review.Read more
After Leica first entered the video market last year, the Leica SL is their second attempt at a 4K camera that is aimed at filmmakers. But is this camera ready for primetime filmmaking? Just like many other cinema cameras currently on the market we have assessed its qualities in our test lab and in this part 2 of our Leica SL review we will show you how it performed.Read more
There’s a lot of information starting to circulate on the Canon C300 Mark II as it finds its way into the hands of owners. I’ve had one in for the last few days and wanted to share some fresh thoughts as a working operator.Read more
Edelkrone likes to think out of the box and here is avery clever quick release system you can use with all your tripods and accessories. The QuickRelease ONE goes with small sized camera setups and attaches to any 1/4″ 20 thread in seconds.Read more
Recently, I had a chance to have a nightly Sony FS5 hands-on with a preproduction model of the camera, and as an owner of the FS7, I was intrigued to check out its new little sibling.Read more
Confused about XAVC-S, XAVC-L, XAVC-I? We spoke to Claus Pfeifer from Sony Europe about the Sony FS5 and how it uses XAVC in a surprising way.Read more
Let’s be honest, a bag review is slightly less exciting than a camera one. But bags and cases are a very important part of a filmmaker’s arsenal; they’re often overlooked and can have a dramatic effect on how much kit you travel with and how long it takes you to setup.Read more
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