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How to Light in Tight Spaces with the Westcott Flex (Sponsored)


How to Light in Tight Spaces with the Westcott Flex

Lighting a scene can take a lot of gear and a lot of space — especially when there isn't much room to begin with. We’re going to be talking about lighting in tight spaces using the Westcott Flex LED. We'll be lighting our subject in a close quarters where we do not have enough room for traditional lighting. Find out more about the Westcott Flex LED here: http://bit.ly/2hChHHf

Sony a6500 - Hands-on Review


 Sony a6500 - Hands-on Review
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.

Videomaker's Best Products of the Year 2016


Videomaker's Best Products of the Year 2016
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.

Canon XC15 in the field (Sponsored)


Canon XC15 in the field (Sponsored)
Canon has listened to its users and upgraded the XC10 4K professional Camcorder to add pro features to both the audio and video workflows. Dubbed the XC15, this new 4K Professional Camcorder builds on the proven abilities of the XC10 and aims to provide the perfect second unit camera.

Sonicfire Pro 6 - Hands-on Review


Sonicfire Pro 6 - 1 Minute Review
Sonicfire 6 set out to be soundtrack creation for professional videographers and media creators. In version 6, Sonicfire has added a new interface, a new cut-video-to-music feature and has done a major update to its timing control capabilities.

Tascam DR-10X, DR-10SG, DR-10L - Hands On Review


Tascam DR-10X, DR-10SG, DR-10L - Hands On Review
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. Entry level cameras also might not offer both a mic input and a headphone output, often combining the two into one port. On top of that, the mics built into these cameras are small and the mic preamps are typically poor.

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