The last time GoPro released a 4K capable camera was in September of 2014 with the HERO4 Black. September 19th, 2016 they launched the GoPro HERO5 Black, Session and their very first drone, GoPro Karma.
In May of 2016, MAGIX Software, the German developer of Fastcut, Music Maker, Xara Photo and Graphic Designer acquired the majority of the Sony Creative Software portfolio, including Vegas Pro, Movie Studio, Sound Forge Pro and ACID Pro.
Sony recently anounced the a6500, an update to the a6300. Both are still on the market, and in this review we put it up against the Sony a6300, a7S II and the Panasonic GH4 to answer is it worth buying.
These are the best of the best products for 2016. These products were selected from ones we have tested and processed through Videomaker labs. Videomaker’s Editorial Staff came together when selecting the Best of Videomaker 2016.
GoPro isn't known for complicated products. When we first saw Omni at NAB 2016, it was hard to believe that GoPro was able to make an easy multi camera spherical video rig. But they had, and now they offer a complete end to end product.
Interchangeable lens cameras seem to be the norm these days — a wonderful innovation for the video world, allowing for an easier path to shallow depth of field. However, audio captured with these cameras is weak to say the least.
This year Atomos released the Ninja Flame, Shogun Flame and Shogun Inferno. They are all capable of 10-bit recordings and have AtomHDR, a handy and easy way to see what your Log footage looks like with a 3D LUT applied. It’s also a nice exposure tool when shooting in Log
It hasn’t even been a year yet since DJI released the Phantom 4. Add that on top of their newest offering being announced just 30 minutes after the launch of GoPro’s first Drone GoPro Karma, and DJI’s timing with Mavic Pro couldn't be better. Mavic and Karma are very similar on paper. Both have collapsible rotor arms and forward facing cameras, and they can shoot 4K.