Panasonic GH4 in a professional setting

Dan Chung from DSLR News Shooters interviews Illya Friedman of Hot Rod Cameras about the new Panasonic GH4 camera and how it find it’s home in a professional setting. The GH4 is a consumer camera but one which has the most pro-camera leanings I’ve ever seen from a consumer or even prosumer model. Because of that Read MoreRead More

How To Clean Dust Off Your DSLR Sensor: Sensor Gel Stick

Patrick Hall demonstrates how to clean a DSLR sensor using a reusable gel stick. Over time every DSLR will collect dust on its CMOS or CCD sensor; there really isn’t anyway around it. Cleaning your own camera’s sensor with liquid wipes or other wet processes has always been a bit risky. Luckily the Sensor Gel Stick is Read MoreRead More

5 Essential Settings You Need to Double Check before Shooting

Noam Kroll offers 5 settings to check before you press record. Most indie films, music videos, and even commercials these days are shot at 24p, (or 23.976 progressive frames per second). You may or may not want to use this setting – that’s a whole article in itself, but you absolutely need to be consistent Read MoreRead More

Dirt cheap wireless DSLR camera monitor with the TP-Link TL MR3040

With the hacked firmware installed you can use the TP-Link MR3040 as a wifi dongle for you android device. With the DSLR Controller app installed this basically gives you a wireless monitor and controller for your Canon camera. Frame rate isn’t full speed, but the refresh rate is more than enough to make this usable. Read MoreRead More

Can a Smart Phone Camera Stand up to a DSLR?

Evan, the Electrical Engineer, pits the 41 megapixel Nokia Lumia 1020 against a Nikon D800e comparing the quality of the photographs captured from these cameras. The Lumia 1020 sports a 41 mega pixel “Pureview” sensor and optical image stabilization (OIS). In 4:3 this gives a working resolution of 38 mpix, and at 16:9 a working Read MoreRead More

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