Our video reviews take a hands-on look at a variety of video production gear. From video cameras and tripods to editing software and computers, our product reviews will give you the opportunity to see the product features up-close, while helping you get a better understanding of how each item works.
How does the Canon XC10 stand up? Check out the video as we go hands on. We'll tell you our thoughts about the camera and test how it does in low light, if it has any moire issues, 120 fps, 4K, and image stabilization. As well we covered its form factor, exposure control and button placement.
Is the a7S II the camera we hoped it would be? Check out the video as we go hands on. We'll tell you our thoughts about the camera and test how it does in low light, if it has any moire issues, 120 fps, 4K, moire, battery life, overheating issues, 5 axis SteadyShot image stabilization, S-Log3 and other color profiles, best exposure practices and some stunning test footage from Northern California, San Francisco and New York City. As well we covered its form factor, button placement, zebras, peaking and super 35 crop.
You might be asking yourself, "How do these two cameras even compare with each other; How is it a fair fight?" After all, Panasonic didn't intend the G7 to replace the GH4. Frankly, it's not a fair fight, but you might be surprised at how well the G7 performs.
We get hands-on with our Panasonic G7 review. Taking a look at its Mirrorless Micro 4/3 image sensor. Testing its creative filters, dynamic range settings, diffraction compensation, low light capabilities, color, sharpness, touch screen focus, face tracking AF, continuous AF, anti aliasing, moire, rolling shutter, image stabilization and 60 fps in full HD.
Shooting full frame 4k, offering 5 axis steady shot and 42.2 megapixels, the Sony a7R II is quite the camera. We will cover those features and more along with what we thought of them in this hands on review of the Sony a7R II.
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?
Is the Sony FDR-X1000V 4K Action Cam the GoPro Killer? We test it's underwater housing, Mounts, 4k Video, frame rate options, loop recording, photos, live view remote. image stabilization, color profiles, menu and many other options.