The Sony E PZ 18-110mm f/4 G OSS is the perfect lens for the Sony FS7 II. It excels with its servo controlled zoom and image stabilization. We would have liked it to have a wider aperture than f/4. The image looks nice and it’s rich with usable features.
We got a chance to upgrade our Canon 5D Mark IV and now we're showing it to you. We'll show you graded and ungraded c-log footage and talk about the new Canon Service Center - Canon Burbank. Plus we tested the ISO for noise, low light sensitivity and artifacting.
Xeen has made super affordable and great looking cine lenses. Though we wish they all had the same length for ease of use with a matte box, their price of $2,500 dollars makes it a small price to pay for such value.
The MK series lenses from Fujinon are the company’s first attempt into the affordable cine lens market. They have a nice bokeh and lens blur. Made for a Super 35 sensor, they are lightweight and easy to manage.
The 77D is the most feature rich camera for its price point, though there are cameras with better options for just a few hundred dollars more. The camera isn’t a dynamic range monster, but does have the Canon look. We liked the camera, and its price makes it a great option.
Filmstro Pro is a monthly subscription software for production music. Its unique mood controls allow the user to customize their full 60 album library. Depending on your useage, it can be affordable to moderately expensive.