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We got our hands on the Sony a7 III and tested the S&Q mode (slow and quick). We shot 120fps in HD. We also tested the quick function shooting 1fps. Take a look at the footage yourself to see the quality.
We set out to find out how the Sony a7 III does in low light. Starting at ISO100, we ramped the ISO up to the maximum to see at what point noise is introduced in to the picture. Watch the video to get the results!
Shooting interviews can be difficult. Here are some simple tips that will help you get a better looking video and get the right lighting for your needs. Learn more about the Solix and its included accessories at www.fjwestcott.com/solix #AD
We got a chance to upgrade our Canon 5D Mark IV and now we're showing it to you. We'll show you graded and ungraded c-log footage and talk about the new Canon Service Center - Canon Burbank. Plus we tested the ISO for noise, low light sensitivity and artifacting.
How would you like to get the tech out of the way and create more? For creative professionals, having strong tools allows for creativity to flourish. The new Dell Precision workstations featuring Intel(r) Xeon(TM) processors help you squeeze the most out of Adobe Creative Cloud. #AD
While we have more options and greater technologies available than ever before, buying a new camera has never been more difficult. It’s not just that there are dozens of cameras to choose from; it’s that each one offers something totally different, while at the same time usually omitting a standard feature. It is confusing and dizzying, at best.
We wanted to see what we could make with just stock media. VideoBlocks liked the idea and we had a good time putting it together. With so much to choose from on VideoBlocks, this video could have gone a million different ways. VideoBlocks.com
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 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.