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NAB 2017 Coverage

NAB 2017 Highlights

Every April, Videomaker heads to Las Vegas for the annual NAB Show. Here are the new releases and hidden gems from the show floor.


Camera Giveaway! Panasonic Lumix G7

Camera Giveaway! Panasonic Lumix G7

How’d you like to win a Panasonic Lumix G7? The Lumix G7 features a micro four thirds 16-megapixel MOS sensor powered by the Venus Engine 9 processor built into an interchangeable lens camera package that fits nicely in your hands. The design is a bit retro, sporting large mode dials on the top but with direct access to many programmable function buttons, control dials, cursors and high-resolution live viewfinder and articulating monitor, there is nothing old-fashioned about the Lumix G7.

Panasonic Lumix GH5 - Hands-On Review - vs. GH4

Panasonic Lumix GH5 - Hands-On Review - vs. GH4

Panasonic teased us for months after first announcing the GH5 at Photokina 2016. Out of the few details they released within the announcement, they would only confirm that this camera would shoot 10-bit 4:2:2 internally in both 24 and 30 frames per second. That’s all they said! Come on Panasonic, we want more!
 
We were ripe with anticipation, salivating for the rest of the details. Finally at CES 2017, Panasonic gave us all of the details for the GH5. We were so blown-away by the specs that we gave it our Best Camera of CES 2017 award.

How to Light in Tight Spaces with the Westcott Flex

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

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 announced 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.

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