Our video reviews take a hands-on look at a variety of video production gear. From video cameras and tripods to editing software and computers, our product reviews will give you the opportunity to see the product features up-close, while helping you get a better understanding of how each item works.
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Choosing the right light for the job can be difficult these days. With a slew of bulb types, color temperatures and sizes, knowing what you need and how much you need to pay can be tricky.
The newest choice in bulb type is LED, which offers a long life but comes with a premium price tag. Plus, it can be difficult to differentiate between brands and models to understand what you are paying for.
The LitePanels Astra 1X1 Soft is a bi-color LED light that’s simple to operate and delivers high performance when it comes to color quality.
Many producers these days are a crew of one, meaning if it needs to be done, it’s being done by you and only you. Because of that, the market has many products to help the one person crew create the best video possible with no outside help. Consider this: You find yourself with only a camera and tripod, and you want to improve your production value, but have very little ability to carry around much more than you already have. What then? Not long ago, you’d have accepted it, and got the best pans and tilts your camera and tripod could offer.
The Rhino Slider EVO first debuted on Kickstarter and started shipping in August of 2015. The EVO comes in a few different configurations with your choice of length and material type, ranging from 24 inches all the way to 48 inches.
We set out to test Heads-up the differences between the DJI Zenmuse X5R, X5 and the X3 cameras.
In this video we are testing how good the ISO sensitivity is to see where noise is introduced in to the picture. This information will help understand how these camera's would perform in low light situations.
As well, with the charts, you are able to see their color reproduction and dynamic range at every ISO setting.
DJI’s gimbal game is strong, with the Ronin, Ronin M and just released at NAB 2016 the Ronin MX. All of these gimbals by DJI are standalone and work with multitudes of cameras, but with the OSMO, the camera and the gimbal are one. The DJI Osmo is a 3-axis stabilizer and 4K camera that can be operated by just one hand. Add those features to a very consumer friendly and affordable price point and you have a product that really stands out.