A Canon C100 owner’s take on the pros and cons of upgrading to the C200 – who is this camera really for and what are its biggest strengths? Learn more in this hands-on overview where I discuss codecs, grading, outputs, modularity, and more.
Normally a C100 shooter, I was faced with some circumstances that dictated I should shoot with the Sony FS5 instead. Here are some of the reasons why this was the best choice for this particular project. My findings might help you choose the next video camera for your project. I talk about S-Log 3, ISO, footage monitoring, and more.
Looking to upgrade from your smartphone but not ready to drop money on a DSLR? Read on as we evaluate our favorite picks for compact point-and-shoot cameras.
Download sample images from the new Nikon D850 and discover for yourself why this might be the camera you’ve been waiting for.
If you want a versatile lens that you can use in many different situations, a zoom lens is often the way to go. But choosing the best zoom lens for Canon cameras isn’t always easy. In this article, we’ll give you some things to consider when choosing a lens and then tell you about some of our favorites!
I’ve always been a Canon shooter but Sony is making such huge strides in quality and versatility that I had to reassess my preferences and try out the a9. I shoot action/adventure work and need something somewhat portable but also rugged without sacrificing shooting speed or ISO sensitivity. Here, I compare the 1D X Mark II against the Sony a9 – check out what I discovered.
Loyal to the Nikon brand? We’ve rounded up eight of the best DSLRs for video for Nikon lovers and judged them across max resolution, autofocus, price and more. Read on to see which are the top for every type of videographer.
The best mirrorless cameras have catapulted into in the market and are now ranking closer and closer with top DSLRs. Here, we’ll take a look at which qualities of these mirrorless cameras are best for videographers.
For my most recent trip, I needed to keep things as light as possible. Here is why I felt it was worth sacrificing lens speed in favor of a more portable long zoom with a smaller maximum aperture. This also saves you money and it doesn’t have to cost you quality! Read on for tips on how to make the most with only 1 lens in a beautiful location like Havana.
Picking the right lens to go with your Canon-mount camera is a crucial decision if you want to make beautiful videos. While the camera itself is an important piece of the video equation, the lens is just as important—if not more so. In terms of both photography and videography, your final product will only be as good as the glass that you are shooting through.