3 amazing full frame Sony mirrorless cameras – but which one is the one you should buy? We dive into a few details to help you decide.
The a7R IV is coming and it’s huge – 61 megapixels huge. But is it worth it? We’ll go through some of the key features of this exciting new camera.
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.
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.
Do you agonize over sacrificing quality in favor of comfort when packing camera gear for vacation? I tossed my hefty Nikon D800 aside and rented the Sony RX100 III from BorrowLenses.com for vacation. Sony’s third iteration of an already well-regarded model opened my eyes to just how far point and shoots have come.
Metabones Canon EF to Sony NEX Speed Booster Adds Full Frame Versatility in the Crop Sensor Video World
Learn more about how this adapter can widen your lenses and give you an extra f-stop for a full frame effect on cropped sensors.