by Cory Rice ·Posted 09/01/2021
JOBY has announced four new accessories perfect for a wide range of video uses, from on-the-go vlogging to business conference calls. First, the GripTight Mount and Wall Mount simplify smartphone recording with MagSafe-compatible devices. Next, the 
by Jill Waterman ·Posted 11/06/2020
Hybrid creator Jason Vong credits friends from school with helping him cultivate the storytelling abilities that are the driving force behind his thriving YouTube channel, as well as his talent for wedding videos. Vong’s insightful reviews of the latest gear and his expertise with Sony cameras have earned him a devoted audience of nearly 250,000 followers to date, leading us to connect with him as our next B&H Creator of the Week. In our conversation below, Vong reminisces about his
0 Views ·Posted 04/19/2020
Want to know the difference between a vectorscope and histogram, or how focus peaking works? Doug uses the Atomos Shinobi to show how to use a field monitor during a video production.
0 Views ·Posted 02/27/2019
Wedding Cinema 101: The wedding day is one of most important moments in a couple’s lives. The bride and groom are dressed to the nines, hair and makeup are on point and a beautiful venue sits decorated in stunning floral arrangements and unique character elements of the couple. Every detail has been accounted for. For the cinematographer tasked with capturing this once in a lifetime day, stabilizers are tuned, sliders and tripods are in place and audio levels are checked.
by David Adler ·Posted 12/18/2017
When being in a band is mostly for the fun of it and you have no label backing, usually all production talent (or lack thereof, in some cases) is left to the members of that band. In this case, for my own band, I was enlisted to shoot a music video. We had basically zero budget, as we tilted our investment resources in favor of the recording and production of the song itself. Shooting your own band’s music video is not without its share of hurdles, so here are a few things that I’ve learned from filming my own band’s music video. So, before we
41,223 Views ·Posted 09/03/2014
The Panasonic HC-X1000 is a small ENG-style camcorder with a 20x zoom lens that shoots cinematic 4K video as well as Ultra HD directly to file formats that are convenient for editing (MOV, MP4, etc.).