The FotodioX flapjack line of lights have innovative design. They are flexible for studio or field use. Their Dimmable and Bi-light LED has great color making them flexible for many uses. Their biggest shortcoming is their light intensity.
iMovie 10.1, Apple’s latest upgrade, takes its users into the 4K arena with a new user interface and many new organizational features that will make introductory editors, and iPhone 6s owners, eager to create and share 4K content.
Communicating with clients and team members can be hard. Sharing versions of edits and video clips all with just a browser might seem like a dream. Frame.io does all of these things and all you need is a computer and an Internet connection.
Z-Camera took Kickstarter by storm, raising over $300,000 to create the world’s smallest micro 4/3 cinematic 4K “action camera.” Now that it’s in full production, and set to ship; can it deliver on its promise to revolutionize the camera industry?
The Shure MOTIV line of mics and input devices offers iOS connectivity through a lightning connector or can be connected to a computer via USB. The MOTIV line offers a wide array of solutions for any producer; their simple design and operation are met with good build quality and great sound.
The Digital Director is a great way to stretch the dollar in the field and receive two handy devices for the price of one. The Director works well as a Field Monitor and camera control, but some key bugs in the software hold it back from its potential.
The Eizo CG248 is a UHD 4k self calibrating monitor. Its robustly built and offers a superb picture quality. A great solution for a user looking for a color critical monitor. Because of its professional quality, its price is not for the faint of heart.
The DJI Inspire 1 Pro brings to bear The Zenmuse X5, a Micro Four Thirds cinematic 4K camera that purportedly rivals the quality of a Panasonic GH4. But once you get past the hype and fan-boy propaganda, is the “Pro” short for “Professional” or “Prosumer?”