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Posted 11/29/18
Photography is all about light, so what do you do when there isn’t much to work with? In this video, photographer David Flores provides us with numerous tips for creating images when light levels are low. Flores talks about camera settings and accessories, along with some general advice that should help you the next time you are taking photos in the dark. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 11/12/14
In the following video, Mia McCormick, from KelbyOne, discusses a new adapter and Speedbooster from Metabones. The Metabones Canon EF Lens to Sony NEX Camera Lens Mount Adapter Mark IV attaches a Canon EF lens to APS-C and full frame Sony E-mount cameras. The video explores its improved internal structure, its electronic communication with camera and lens, and the pros and cons of focusing with the adapter. McCormick also demonstrates the Metabones Canon EF Lens to Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera Speed Booster, which will not only attach a Canon EF lens to a Micro Four Thirds-mount Blackmagic camera, but enables an increased maximum aperture of 1-2/3 stops and a 0.58x wider angle of view.
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Posted 10/07/14
It's undeniable that shooters looking for a DSLR-style 4K option will be taking a serious look at the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 and the Sony a7S. The frustrating question—which one to get? In this video we compare the advantages of both cameras. These include internal 4K recording in the GH4 versus the a7S, which requires an external recorder, and the a7S's to-date unrivaled low-light performance and ability to use just about any full-frame or APS-C lens, when paired with the appropriate adapter. What the video makes clear is that it really depends on the purpose for which the camera is being used that will make the choice clear. "Run-and-gun" documentary/news shooters may prefer the GH4 because it has less rolling-shutter artifacts and the lenses are smaller. DPs on narrative productions, and the other hand, may find they can't live without the a7S's dynamic range when grading the footage in post. Each is the right camera for someone—watch the video to help you decide which is the right one for you.
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Posted 08/21/14
In the following video, Mia McCormick discusses the Sony a7S Mirrorless digital camera and its video-recording features. McCormick makes points about the camera’s full-frame 12 Megapixel sensor, industry-leading low-light performance, and its ability to capture up to 15 stops of dynamic range using the Slog2 gamma profile. She also showcases the various recording options, including internal 1080p at 24, 30, or 60fps, 720p at up to 120fps, and the camera’s ability to output 8-bit 4:2:2 Ultra HD 4K over HDMI to capable recorders. McCormick also mentions some available lens options, as well as how the APS-C crop mode can be used to help reduce rolling-shutter effects. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at B&H.com. 
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