Monthly Archives: July 2020
With the release of a camera with as many recording options as the exciting new Sony A7s III, there is always understandably some confusion over data rates and what is capable in each mode. For this video, we have worked with Sony to try and clearly lay out each of the key recording modes to give our customers the information they need to get the best from this exciting new camera.
We are pleased to bring you a great new offer in conjunction with the Sony A7S III. Not only can you get a FREE 3 year warranty...
It's been a long wait, but the A7s III is finally here, and it is everything we wished it to be (perhaps more). We go over the important highlights from the announcement in detail in our latest episode of Up to Speed.
Filmmaker Philip Bloom is one of the few people in the world lucky enough to have been using the exciting new A7s III before this launch. We will be talking to Philip about his experience with the customer, and giving you the opportunity to ask questions directly with a live customer Q&A session.
We chat to Ollie Kenchington from Korro Films about which lenses he uses for his C300 III, C200 and EOS R. Ollie primarily uses stills lenses to take full advantage of Canons Dual Pixel AF technology and so will talk us through his collection and how he uses each one.
Put simply, the Lupo Smartpanel takes Lupo's powerful LED panels and shrinks it right down to an on-camera light. Now on-camera lights can be uncomfortable for subjects at times, so it's probably not a good idea to shoot this at full brightness as it's that bright. In daylight, we found the light to measure nearly 4500 lux at 1m, which is incredible for an on-camera light. That's brighter than a lot of full-siz
We are delighted to bring you a great new offer from Schneider Lenses. This special price offer gives you huge savings....
Last night, Blackmagic announced the latest camera in their URSA Mini Pro lineup, the URSA Mini Pro 12K. Now, this camera has some outrageous specs, and it a bit of a surprise to say the lea