Tagged: professional features

Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema 4K Camera

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSMeet the next generation of handheld 4K digital film cameras. The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema 4K is making waves at NAB 2018. That’s not an exaggeration. It has all of the features you want and it’s portable, affordable and professional. In fact, it’s packed with features. Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema 4k This 4k camera has a 4/3 size sensor, 13 stops of dynamic range and dual native ISO up to 25,600. You can expect stunning HDR images and amazing low light performance. The external controls give you quick access to essential functions, while the large 5 inch touchscreen makes it easy to frame shots, focus accurately and change the camera settings. It records images onto standard SD/UHS-II or CFast 2.0 cards in RAW and ProRes at up to 120 frames per second! The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K also has an MFT...

Canon: VIXIA cameras – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThe guys at F5 talked to Ben Thomas about the Canon VIXIA line of cameras. The M series, the higher end of the two model lines, features built-in WiFi, severl new menu enhancements, a new image stabilizer called Intelligent IS and a 20% increased low-light performance than that of its predecessor. The R series, these entry level models now pack a punch as they too include built-in WiFi. Interview by Nicholas DiMeo of F5 Live for the TechPodcast Network. Also check out – Canon VIXIA: Six New Models With WiFi, iPhone Tethering Check out – Canon G1X Camera with Professional Features

Canon: Powershot G1 X Camera with Professional Features – CES 2012

Canon: Powershot G1 X Camera with Professional Features – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS While at the Canon booth, we looked at the new Powershot G1 X camera. It’s a new type of point-and-shoot camera that allows you to act like a professional. Ben Thomas talks about the sensor size of 1.5 inches. It’s much larger (9x) than other Point and shoot. This gives you amazing low light performance and “Shallow depth of field”. It’s the ability to blur out the background and focus on the subject. It also has 14 bit raw shooting. Something you find in a $6,000 camera. With a 3″ varied angle screen, high resolution at 922 dots. Dedicated movie button at full 1080 resolution at 24 frames (or 720 at 30 fps). .mov format. Even though it’s a fixed lens, you can take off the ring and put on accessories. The pop-up flash will help add light, but also...

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