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Whether you’re a full-time filmmaker or YouTuber, the Hollyland Mars 400S Wireless Video Transmission System is a welcome addition during a video production. This portable transmitter/receiver allows flexibility on set, because it is able to transmit to up to four mobile devices...
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Doug takes the Panasonic AG-CX10 out to test its various features, such as the built-in ND filter and 5-axis hybrid O.I.S. system. Like what you see? Read more about the CX10 in this Hands-...
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The B&H film crew took the RED Gemini 5K S35 out for a real-world test to see if this cinema camera could work in a run-and-gun situation. Bobby takes you behind the scenes on an independent WW1 film to see this camera in action, then Doug takes you through the post...
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The Rotolight Titan X2 is a giant step away from the original Rotolight in size, shape, and functionality. You could even say that with the Titan X2 Rotolight has moved from the world of indie filmmaking to high-budget studio productions. It is available in a variety of configurations: ...
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If you want to up your cinematic lighting game, then the Taiko 2x1 LED Light by Luxli is right for you! Jake and Bobby take you behind the scenes on a Soh Daiko taiko drum video shoot, where they use various Luxli lights in their setup. Learn how to get the most from these versatile tools,...
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Looking to delve into the world of time-lapse and motion-control videos and panoramic photos? Read on for our hands-on review of the Syrp Genie Mini II and more. Designed to take advantage of new features introduced with the Genie II app, the Genie Mini II is a motion-control device...
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There are many ways you could sell DJI’s Mavic Mini to someone. It’s an incredibly small drone. It’s a respectable drone for film and photography. It’s easy to learn and fun to fly. It’s relatively inexpensive for the features you get. As someone who does video and photography on a regular basis...
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Many video editors I know rely on a MacBook Pro as their personal, everyday machine, and many video editors I know also have been wanting a lot more from the MacBook Pro over the past few years. We finally received some superior power with the most recent release, but...
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The Luxli Taiko is a 2 x 1 RGBAW LED soft light, ideal for use on location, in the studio, or mounted in a grid. This well-made fixture is suitable as a key light for documentary interviews in almost any exterior or interior location, and, with its color control and effects modes, it can...
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The Manfrotto Nitrotech 612 Head supports cameras and rigs weighing from 8.8 to 26.4 pounds and replaces Manfrotto’s N12, while the...
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One of the most significant filmmaking innovations of the past decade has been the explosion of affordable drones with high-quality cameras. This has made it possible for nearly anyone to capture stunning aerial photos and video. The explosion in drones has been seen nearly everywhere, with YouTube...
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As we prepare to usher in 2020, let’s look at five of the best new cine cameras released in 2019 by some major manufacturers. Including large format and Super 35 options, these picks range from ultra-pro and broadcast-friendly models to a DSLR-style 6K option. Features sported by individual cameras include large format sensors, up to 8K recording, interchangeable-lens mounts, high-speed frame...
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If you are looking for the perfect camera or lens to get for that special videographer in your life, that is a tall order. But accessories, now—accessories make the camera package. However, camera accessory purchase decisions can be difficult to make for someone else, but don’t worry—for anyone who owns gear, there is always maintenance. Owning camera gear invariably leads to needing accessories...
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Curious about the DJI Osmo Mobile 3? Let's take it out for a spin with Video Department teammate Jake Estes and see how it performs! Feel free to zoom back in any time for more instructional videos and reviews at Band H.com.
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Handheld gimbals to stabilize your video recordings seem to be gaining popularity by the minute. The days of paying a stranger $25 to cut a custom stabilizer from a meter of aluminum pipe are far behind me, and it's a welcome sign that there are now gimbals to mount a smartphone, action camera, small or mid-sized camera, large rigs for heavy pro cameras, and there are even gimbals that come with...
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