Our team of editors scoured the floor and among the three letter acronyms at CES, they found DJI. These innovators brought to CES, three products that change how you use current DJI products and one that you can really get your hands on.
Today we're pleased to announce that wedding and event videographer, Dustin Long, is the winner and new owner of a DSLR kit that is great for shooting on the run. He'll be upgrading his camera support as well which will allow for more unique shots.
As a publisher of camera reviews, we get more cameras sent to us than a typical video enthusiast, but that doesn’t diminish any excitement when a camera gets delivered! If you’re like us and enjoy tearing through packaging and discovering and documenting every piece that is included, then you should enter our contest for the Ultimate Run-and-Gun DSLR Kit. We want to share that sensation, so plug in your case to be sent this prize. The contest is free to enter, additional entries are encouraged, and you’ll get Videomaker videos and tips along the way.
Rigs come in nearly as many shapes and sizes as cameras and lenses do, and they’re often infinitely connectable, but there are a few basic types of rigs. Each type has a pretty specific purpose, but depending on the style a shooter is going for, there are no real hard and fast rules surrounding a rig.
When you're on set, and under the gun, it's easy to miss a step and make a mistake. Creating a solid shooting routine can help you achieve consistently good results. We show you a battle-tested process that's easy to remember and repeat that will help you avoid making those costly rookie mistakes.