At the 2016 consumer electronics show, Nikon announced their first 4K DSLRs: the D5 and the D500. At just $2,000 for the body, the D500 offers a lot for the money. In addition to 4K shooting, it shoots on SD cards, has a tiltable screen and can shoot 60 fps in 1080 HD.
You find yourself on location — far from the nearest store — and you fill up your SD card. What do you do? Do you delete takes you think aren’t good enough? Worse yet, what if your phone runs out of battery?
The GoPro HERO5 Black and Session were released Sept 19, 2016 along with their first drone Karma. In this review we test all of their functions, show you test footage and our thoughts on if you should buy it or not.
Canon has been slow to bring 4K to their DSLRs, so we were eager to see what Canon has to offer in this space with the 1D X Mark II. This camera is now their flagship DSLR and has some very intriguing specs.
Wasn’t there just an Adobe CC update? The answer is yes, but the latest 2015.3 update is a big one for us in the video production world with a new proxy and ingest workflow, lumetri updates including support for control surfaces, new keyboard shortcuts, improved morph cut face detection, open captions and publishing support to Twitter — and that’s just in Premiere.
With the huge number of computers on the marketplace, it’s not easy to choose the right machine. Because there are so many hardware options, pricing varies greatly from brand to brand and model to model. That’s most definitely true with the Dell Tower 7810 line