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Posted 12/29/20
Every filmmaker has their own needs on set, so which Canon camera is right for you? In this cinema camera comparison, Doug takes a look at the Canon C70, the Canon C300 Mark III, and the Canon C500 Mark II, as well as rigging options for the latter two. After watching this video, which of these cameras would best suit your next film production? Tell us your choice and why in the Comments, below.
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Posted 12/24/20
Cinematographer Jordan Cowan, aka On Ice Perspectives, shows us how to use a gimbal to achieve cinematic video using the DJI Ronin-SC and Sony a7S III. He discusses and offers tips on how to balance and calibrate your gimbal and more! What are your tips for using gimbals? Leave us a comment or question, below.
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Posted 12/21/20
Jake reviews the new Autel EVO II 8K Drone, which builds upon the success of the EVO I with improvements in every way. With a variety of resolutions and frame rates (such as 25 fps 8K), you can achieve the cinematic drone footage you’ve always wanted. This drone also boasts a video ISO range of 100 to 6400, a stills ISO range of 100 to 3200, the ability to record HDR video at up to Ultra HD 4K resolution, phase detection autofocus, hyperlapse mode, and more. After watching the video,  click here to learn more about the Autel Robotics EVO II 8K Drone at B&H Explora. What do you think about the new EVO II 8K drone? Share your thoughts in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 12/11/20
Have you ever wanted to film breathtaking hyperlapse videos? Emeric Le Bars shares his 5 tips for cinematic and professional-looking hyperlapses, from choosing the best settings to working with Adobe After Effects. Check out Emeric's video, then watch this video and read this article to learn more about time-lapse photography. Have you had experience with hyperlapse photography? Tell us about it in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 12/10/20
Go behind the scenes on our team’s latest video production as they try the Z CAM E2-S6 with the Atomos Ninja V. Doug Guerra shows you his ProRes Raw workflow for filming and color grading, and he also compares the E2-S6 to the ZCAM E2. Have you used either cinema camera on a film production? What are your thoughts on these cameras? Tell us in the Comments section. We hope you enjoy the video, and we invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 12/03/20
We take a quick look at the Luxli Fiddle Pocket RGBAW LED, a powerful, portable, and versatile LED video light. Features include a color temperature range of 2800 to 10,000K, HSL mode for deep and saturated color of any hue, Bluetooth 5 with a 100-foot wireless range, an integrated battery with 3-hour runtime, and more. After you watch this video, learn more about the Fiddle at B&H Explora. How would you incorporate the Fiddle into your studio setup? Tell us about it in the Comments, below.
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Posted 11/17/20
In this video review, Doug Guerra explores the features of the Sony PXW FX6, a full-frame 4K cinema camera. This compact camera sits between the Sony FX9 and a7S III and was built for filmmakers who demand light, mobile tools that don’t sacrifice image quality or control. The FX6 is versatile, allowing you to use it on a variety of shoots—from gimbal to drone to documentary work. Features include a 10.2MP full-frame BSI CMOS Sensor, 15+ stops of dynamic range in S-Log3, a base ISO of 800, a high-sensitivity ISO of 12,800, 627 phase-detect points and face detection, internal 4K 10-bit 4:2:2 recording, full compatibility with more than 50 Sony E Mount lenses, and more. After watching the video, do you think you'd be interested in using this cinema camera on your next film or video production? Share your thoughts or ask us questions in the Comments section, below. 
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Posted 11/17/20
There is a new cinema zoom lens in B&H's inventory—the Sony FE C 16-35mm T3.1 G —and we are testing it on the Sony PXW FX6 cinema camera. This lens has been designed for filmmakers and video professionals, combining traditional cinema lens operability with the benefits of the Sony E Mount, which allows for autofocus and precise manual focus control. The 16-35mm offers superior sharpness, excellent resolution, a constant aperture of T3.1, 11-blade circular aperture ring, three separate focus, zoom and iris rings, and more. After viewing the video, do you think you might be interested in using this Sony camera-and-lens combination on your next film or video production? Share your thoughts or ask questions in the Comments section, below. 
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Posted 11/16/20
The RED KOMODO 6K Digital Cinema Camera marks a first for many features never seen before in a RED DIGITAL CINEMA camera. It features a built-in LCD screen, 19.9MP Super35 Global Shutter CMOS, phase-detect autofocus system, 16+ stops dynamic range, the ability to record up to 6K at 40 fps, 5K at 48 fps, 4K at 60 fps, and 2K at 120 fps in REDCODE RAW for incredible flexibility in post-production, and more. Check out Doug and Dave’s camera test and tell us your thoughts in the Comments below! Click here to learn more about the KOMODO 6K.
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Posted 11/13/20
Paul Seibert, aka Beholding Eye, shares his 5 aerial photography tips to help you get the best shot from above. He discusses which camera lenses to use, basic camera settings, how to get the most out of your experience and more. Whether you’re using a drone or camera in a helicopter or plane, traveling to a new city or in your hometown, these tips will help you improve your aerial photos! Special thanks to Edge for allowing us to film there! Edge, is the highest outdoor skydeck in the Western Hemisphere, with 360-degree views of New York City and a thrilling glass-floor experience. Click here to read more about Edge.
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