If you want to spice up your productions with pro audio features such as XLR ports, onboard limiting, a VU meter, headphone monitoring, AGC disabling and more, then check out the DXA-SLR PRO audio adapter from Beachtek.
The Canon XA25 is a compact, “run-n-gun” professional camcorder that offers outstanding image quality, dual simultaneous recording formats, infrared night shooting, an HD/SD-SDI port for uncompressed output, with dual XLR ports and full manual controls for use with professional microphones.
We show you how to maintain control over the amount of blur that motion has in your footage. Learn how shutter angle and shutter speed work. How different settings affect the blur and exposure of your footage, and some common ways it can help improve your shots. Whether it’s a fast moving action, flowing water, or low light shooting, knowing how to set your shutter properly can help you achieve the precise look you want.
Adding great audio to your video is an easy way to raise your production value. Foley sound brings details into your mix to make your video sound more professional. We show you how to create footsteps, clothing rustle, breathing, and unique barn door sounds. With some ordinary items as props, you can create some extraordinary sound for your next project.
We took the Canon XA25 into various shooting environments to test its color reproduction, fine detail and texture, contrast, dynamic range, rolling shutter, moire, image stabilization, infrared, autofocus, and color correction.
Many of Videomaker’s forum members use the Zoom H2 in their productions with great success, but now their will be pleased to know that Zoom will be introducing a new addition to their portable recorders, the Zoom H6.
We took the JVC GC-PX100 into various shooting environments to test its high-speed frame rates, autofocus, detail, moire, rolling shutter, low light capabilities, dynamic range, color, saturation, and image stablization.
Blackmagic beta tester, John Brawley, is back with more footage from the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. This time, John took the Blackmagic out on a rainy night in Sydney, Australia. The footage was shot at 800 and 1600 ISO with a variety of lenses. The results are stunning.