The Sony FX3 is one of our favourite small form factor cameras on the market currently. However, there are a few ways to add to it to make it even better for video productions. Whilst the recommendations below are mainly for the FX3, a lot of them will also apply to the a7S III but […]
Panasonic has released the Panasonic GH5 MKII, but what’s different from the original GH5 and should you pick one up?
The key differences between Cine Lenses and Photo Still Lenses. Read up on everything from focus and image quality to aperture and pricing.
CVP’s review of the latest Litepanels Gemini 1×1 Hard. Covering key specifications, features, benefits and more
2020 has been an amazing year for new products; it really is an incredible time to be a filmmaker! Sony has already treated us to one of our favourite cameras this year, the A7S III, however we have now taken a look at their latest camera and think this may actually be a little bit […]
While it may be in a stills body Sony is clearly pitching the A7sMkIII for video as it features some really impressive improvements over the previous Alpha cameras.
The E2-M4 is latest update addition to the Z CAM E2 range and at this price point, it may be the perfect camera for anyone wanting to upgrade from a mirrorless camera to a camera designed for shooting motion. The original Z CAM E2 has greatly improved since it was originally released back in early 2019 and […]
In our latest YouTube video we look at and test the new Atomos Ninja V. With all of the mirrorless cameras coming out that can output 10 bit 4:2:2 is this the perfect monitor/recorder for them? Thanks to Lux Automotive Ltd for letting us film the beautiful Lambo! With all of the new mirrorless cameras releasing […]
This is the write up of our YouTube video bringing you our first look at the EOS R, Canon’s first full frame mirrorless camera. We were lucky enough to get our hands on the camera for an hour or two to get a feel for what this camera is all about. Let’s start with the […]
Atlas Orion Anamorphic Lens Review This is the write up of our latest YouTube video which you can watch here – Click here. Anamorphic Lenses were originally designed, in order that filmmakers could utilize Full Academy Aperture i.e. excluding the Sound Track Area of the 35mm Film Format. There was a range of reasons this was […]