Mike and Chris go over the reasons the Sony a7R is a GOOD video camera and a GREAT stills camera for when you don’t want to cut corners with either.
If you are looking for an affordable, versatile choice for online video, the Canon EOS M50 Mark II is a good choice.
Chris and Mike agree, the FUJIFILM X-T4 mirrorless camera has all the cool features you’d find in a full frame camera but is more affordable.
If you are looking for all of the features found in the Sony alpha cameras at a budget price, Mike and Chris recommend the Sony a6400.
Mike and Chris chose the Panasonic Lumix S5  as the camera that would be food for most people. It’s a lot of value in a full frame camera that is lightweight, has good low light performance and is also a decent stills camera.
Mike and Chris discuss the considerations they made when they chose the best camera in each category and how you should look at your personal workflow and production in order to choose the camera that is best for you. 
Chris and Mike talk about video editing transitions, what they are and how to use them.
Mike and Chris discuss the cut, a timeless transition whose goal is to be invisible while creating depth with a contrast of images.
Chris and Mike explore the dissolve transition and how it can smoothly imply the passage of time or change of location.
Mike and Chris talk about fade transitions and how they can be useful when you need to show a major shift in a story.