Do you have a need for a professional camera? About one year ago, the AJA CION was announced, and some fortunate people were able to review it, even more fortunate people were able to purchase it. But that’s not enough for AJA...
Panasonic shows us how it’s camera adapts to new technology at NAB 2015. The AG-DVX200 may sound like just another camera model, but this one takes a different stance. Retain the integrated lens, SD card slots, and 72mm filter diameter, so what’s new? The AG-DVX200 has a striking crimson section of its body that denotes the recording controls.
Canon's new EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera drives video like nobody's business: Full HD (1920x1080) and 2K DCI (2048x1080) are supported for internal recording as is 4K UHD video in 3840x2160 and 4096x2160 for 4K DCI. The XC10 4K Digital Camcorder records both Full HD (1920 x 1080) and 4K video (3840 x 2160), plus takes 12 megapixel stills.
I'm thinking of taking the Capture Cinematic Weddings workshop series. It's taught by Ray Roman, I checked him out and he seems legit, but I was wondering if anybody's taken his classes or can tell if they recommend him?
Does anyone know anything about his workshops? are they worthwhile? It seems interesting, but I just want someone's opinion that's more familiar with him.
Excellence in an action camera, Sony continues to show commitment to making their camera better. In the FDR-X1000V they’ve included 4K recording at 3840x2160 and 30 frames per second. At the respectable 720p, it can shoot 240fps.
Cameras from Sony get smaller. This is a trend that we’ve seen at CES for quite some time, and the smaller they get, the more features per square inch a user gets. Speaking of inches, the back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensors on both the HDR-AS200V and the FDR-X100V are 1/2.3-inches, that’s bigger than many camcorders.
Our team joins Sony to finish off press conference day at CES. Five cameras from Sony Electronics Inc. The FDR-AX33, HDR-CX405, HDR-CX440, HDR-PJ440, HDR-PJ670. What jumps out to us is the FDR-AX33, it separates itself as one of the smallest 4K cameras that would actually be handheld.
November 12th, 2014 will go down in multicopter history as the night everything changed. DJI, the long-time leader in multicopter technology announced its new Inspire 1, completely shattering conventional multicopter design.