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.
You might be asking yourself, "How do these two cameras even compare with each other; How is it a fair fight?" After all, Panasonic didn't intend the G7 to replace the GH4. Frankly, it's not a fair fight, but you might be surprised at how well the G7 performs.
Testing the S-Gamut3.Cine Slog3 colour profile in the Sony a7S II. Please note this is 4K down scaled to a 1080P timeline. Canon 16-35 F4 Set to F11 on both cameras. Shutter speed used to get correct exposure. White balance 5500K
Want to see how the Sony a7R II matches up with the a7S? We got our hands on both cameras and compared many of their functions. Covering sharpness, low light, dynamic range, auto focus, steady shot and Slog. Plus, how they differ from each-other along with what camera we would recommend. Will it be the internal 4K full frame a7R II or the low light monster a7S?
We've been screaming about this for years, but Simon Cade at DSLRguide has put it into words more eloquently than we've heard in quite some time. Simon strikes down all the buzz words we industry geeks tend to throw around like dynamic range, aliasing and 4K, but emphasizes that the they all take second fiddle to storytelling.
5 ways to avoid embarrassment - Client based video production. Client relationships are at the heart of good business. Being prepared is key to success.
We show you 5 ways to avoid embarrassment and win favor with your client. A great product begins with a great experience.