Want to see how the Sony a7R II matches up with the a7S? We got our hands on both cameras and compared many of their functions. Covering sharpness, low light, dynamic range, auto focus, steady shot and Slog. Plus, how they differ from each-other along with what camera we would recommend. Will it be the internal 4K full frame a7R II or the low light monster a7S?
The Atomos Shogun is a beautiful HD field monitor that can record 4K in ProRes or DNxHR out of cameras such as the Sony a7S or the FS700 or any camera with a 4K sensor. A field monitor is an essential part of a filmmaker's tool kit and with the added benefit of 4K recorder, every a7S owner should be chomping at the bit for one.
The GY-LS300 is a compact, interchangeable lens camcorder that shoots 4K video on a Super 35 image sensor. The Micro Four Thirds (MFT) mount allows you to use a wide variety of lenses with optional adapters, and a removable handle offers XLR inputs.
Sony’s new ENG style lens is a fantastic general use “Walking around” lens with gorgeous optics and professional functionality at a reasonable price. This lens turns the A7s, FS700 and FS7 into a legit video camera.
This past month saw the release of Adobe Creative Cloud 2015. With it came significant updates to Adobe’s suite of video post-production software. Adobe Premiere Pro CC, which serves as the central hub for Adobe’s video applications, received numerous updates as well as new features.
Aputure Global turned a lot of heads at NAB last year with their wireless follow focus system geared toward budget filmmakers. The nifty new technology allows you to remotely control the auto focus inside your lens without the need for anything other than a lens adapter.
Adobe After Effects CC 2015 is Adobe’s most recent update for the popular motion graphics and visual effects software package. After Effects CC 2015 brings with it a set of new features as well as a performance upgrade that has been long desired by veteran After Effects users.