Dave Dougdale (learningdslrvideo.com) has been working on a series of very in-depth comparisons between the 5D mark III and the Nikon D800, the two cameras that mark the new generation of HDSLR.
Dave looks at these cameras from an amateur point of view yet he does his tests uniquely in-depth and careful which makes it nice to watch and reveals some things other, too technically oriented and “professional” people might overlook.
I won’t steal the surprise and won’t reveal which camera Dave prefers, but this review certainly shows that both have their strengths and weaknesses that should be considered before making a buying decision on a new HDSLR.
I don’t know if this is new, but for iPad owners it’s definitely worth checking out. Definitely handy if you need to check focus real quick.
Miha shared this video with us.
From the vimeo description:
Things you need:
– Jailbroken iPad
– iFile app from Cydia: here
CF Card reader for iPad
, of course you can use Camera Connection Kit for SD cards also.
All formats recorded with DSLR can be previewed direclty from your card.
When you connect card to ipad, you need to close Photos App first, because it won’t let you play your video files.
Then launch iFile and navigate to Flash Drive 1 (/var/mnt/mount1/DCIM/your folder/your file. Click it and play it with default video player.