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Customer Stories

How Nathan Armstrong Captures some of Music’s Biggest Performances

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Here at Lensrentals.com, we have a vast inventory of gear and a staff of highly knowledgeable people to help you figure out what you might need for your upcoming shoot or production, but we rarely get insight into what you’re doing with the gear you rent. But now and then, we get some insight, and […]

Podcast Episode

The Lensrentals Podcast Episode #44 – Komodo 101

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Today is all about the RED Komodo. Workflows, pros and cons, accessories, Ryan, Dom, and Ally stop just short of writing a full love letter to this camera. Dom and Ally each spent some time using the Komodo leading up to this episode and spoiler, both of them were sad when it was time to return their rentals.

Podcast Episode

The Lensrentals Podcast Episode #43 – Engineering the Shot with Nat Geo’s Tom O’Brien

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In today’s episode of the Lensrentals Podcast, Ryan and Joey sit down and talk to National Geographic’s Photo Engineer Tom O’Brien. Like Joey, Ryan, and so many of the rest of the staff at Lensrentals, so many of us photographers got our interest in photography by looking through the pages of National Geographic when growing up. National Geographic has always gone above and beyond any competition, creating some of the greatest and most iconic images showing the world from its glossy pages.

Geek Articles

Understanding the Difference in Global and Rolling Shutters

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When getting started on video, you may run into a common problem, with no easy explanation of what’s going on. During quick pans, your footage may look like jello, or when recording video of rotating objects, they may look like they’re rotating slower than they are, or not at all. These are all common problems […]

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