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.
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Marshall had monitors on display to fit a wide range of shooters. Check out two of them direct from the NAB show floor.
We get a hands-on first look at the Panasonic GH4 and Interface Unit. Find out what this camera is capable of, and see sample footage.
Set your HDMI monitor free with the Radian Pro Unicast System from Camera Motion Research. Send an uncompressed HDMI signal up to 300 feet with ease.
We got our hands on the Benro A48FBS6 monopod. See the key features, and check out footage shot using this fluid head monopod.
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We take a prototype of the Cinetics Axis360 for a spin. This controller makes motion time lapse a breeze, and that's just the beginning.
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We got our hands on the KICK light by Rift Labs and took it for a spin. Turns out there's a little more than meets the eye when it comes to this little LED light.
The K series action camera has wi-fi, shoots 1080p at 60fps and 720p at 120 fps. Did we mention the 100 meter waterproof case? Hear all the details from the CES show floor.
The AEE drone has a built in camera with 105 degree rotation control. Hear about it and see it in flight on the CES show floor.
Capable of streaming live photos and videos over a 4G LTE network or wi-fi, this action cam is ready for primetime.
High quality lens options for your iphone. The kit includes a case, 2.5x macro lens, 2x telephoto lens, and a .45x wide angle lens. Hear about it from the CES show floor.
Check out the Garmin Virb Elite on the CES show floor. Highlights include GPS, wi-fi, and more.
JVC introduces a quad proof camcorder. What is quad proof? Find out on the CES 2014 show floor.
This 4-in-1 lens set has a fisheye, wide-angle, 15x Macro, and 10x Macro lens for your iPhone, and a case with great features. Check out a hands-on demo from the CES show floor.
Smooth out your action footage with this impressive 3-in-1 stabilizer. Get a hands on look from the CES show floor.
Panasonic quietly displayed a 4K successor to the Lumix GH3 with rumors of a price less than $2,000. Kept under glass without many details to share, is it an early look at what's to come or simply vaporware? Hear what Panasonic had to say on the CES show floor.