Fluid, Stable video for under $1400 is now possible. But it isn’t all perfect so let’s take a closer look at the DJI Ronin M with this Review to see if this Gimbal Stabilizer is the tool you need. While DJI has previous experience with the original Ronin, the Ronin M is very much a new product with several innovative design elements bringing light weight and cost savings to a growing market segment. But it's not quite a home run
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Check out a full review of the LG G4 + an in-depth look at the unbelievable camera. We take a look at RAW performance, manual options, low light tests, and the overall phone because...I guess it is still a phone. There is no debating that this is probably the best camera in any phone on the market today. But do you really need RAW images and other options? Lets put the LG G4 to the test and find out.
The Cams Pro Camera Strap is possibly the best camera strap system on the market today. My personal favorite, the Cams Pro Plate is one of the best items available for photographers as it just about solves every annoying issue with camera straps. Check out the detailed video after the break!
You can pick up one today via the Kickstarter campaign:
Or at their website: http://www.cams-photo.com
The Varavon Armor II Camera Cage allow for easy mounting of accessories and more stable handheld use. Check it out as we review this Camera Cage on the Samsung NX1. The Varavon Armor Cage is also available for the Panasonic GH4 and Sony A7s and is perfect for videographers and cinematographers alike.
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The GH4 is an awesome camera by itself but adding a Metabones speedbooster with the Sigma 18-35mm f1.8 lens turns the GH4 into a full frame equivalent of a f2.8 zoom offering shallow depth of field as well as great low light performance from this smaller sensor camera. Take a look to see how it is done and if it is worth it.
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Nikon G to Micro 43
Canon EF to Micro 43
This year was a great year for cameras and technology so let's take a look at my favorite and the best new cameras of 2014 ranging from mirrorless to DSLR and video cameras which are also the cameras you should be looking at purchasing this 2014. Check out all the info past the break.
The Sony A7 brings an awesome full frame sensor to the mirrorless market with a more reasonable price attached. While not cheap, it certainly is the less expensive of other full frame cameras on the market. With a new retro looking design, 3 custom buttons and a ton of manual and setting options, the Sony A7 is designed for enthusiasts and above. But how does that full frame sensor and tons of control affect your images? Check out the video for the details.
There is no question that the LX100 caused a bit of a stir when it was first announced with a slew of new features and technologies, especially for this form factor. With a small-ish body, a wide aperture f1.7-2.8 lens, and features such as 4k video, a multiaspect ratio sensor and up to 40fps with the electronic shutter. But even with all these features and technologies in playthe Panasonic LX100 deliver where it counts? Check out the full review past the break.
Panasonic LX100: B&H Photo | Amazon
Take a look at these 2 Carbon Fiber Tripods from Flashpoint. Both offer extreme value for a low cost, but are they good enough to make them worth while? Let's find out in this review of the Adorama Flashpoint F-2228 and the Flashpoint F-2127