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Panasonic GH5s Comparison and Review

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Hands on with the Panasonic GH5s – The New King of Low Light?

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The Panasonic GH5 really forced a change in the way I think about the term “video camera.” For me and the way I’m shooting these days, it bridged a gap existing between the compromise of a lightweight DSLR/mirrorless camera or a cumbersome cinema camera. The GH5 was a camera that looked too good to be […]

Panasonic GH5 GH5s Comparison

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The Six Major Differences Between the Panasonic GH5 and Panasonic GH5s

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As we mentioned in our recent article showing off the Most Rented New Products of 2017, people love the Panasonic GH5; and our video techs love it too. With 4:2:2 10-bit in 4K, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better video camera in a smaller package. But this year at the Consumer Electronics Show, Panasonic surprised […]

Water Corrosion of a Sony A7sII

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About Getting Your Camera Wet… Teardown of a Salty Sony A7sII

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People think that because I expect the worst and try to prepare for it, that I’m negative. That’s not it at all. I’m not a negative person; I’m cheerfully cynical. If I expect the worst and it doesn’t happen, I’m happy because things went better than I expected. If I expect the worst and it does […]

Landscape Photography tutorial

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Guide to Wilderness Photography and Timelapse Filming

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Whenever I get back from a big adventure, friends ask how it went. Inevitably I must answer, “it involved lots of misery and sleep-deprivation, but I think some of the pictures turned out.” …If this sounds familiar, you might be a wilderness landscape and nightscape photographer. This article is about my adventures over the years, […]

Understanding Camera Log for Video

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Understanding Camera Log & How It Can Improve Video Workflows

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Video imaging techniques historically, have been a battle of compromise between quality and price point but the prosumer digital video market is finally showing signs of bargaining power. In terms of image quality, raw offers unparalleled advantages because you are capturing sensor data rather than the video stream it produces, however, turnaround time or budget […]

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