Reviews

A Look At The Blackmagic Design URSA Broadcast | A Camera Review

A Look At The Blackmagic Design URSA Broadcast | A Camera Review

When every other manufacturer went with a larger Full-Frame sensor in their flagship cameras Blackmagic decided to go in…

THE SONY PXW-Z90 4K SINGLE LENS CAMERA REVIEW

THE SONY PXW-Z90 4K SINGLE LENS CAMERA REVIEW

My quick overall opinion on the Sony PXW-Z90 is this little 4K camera is a straight-up documentary / ENG…

Sekonic L-858D Light Meter Review

Sekonic L-858D Light Meter Review

Last summer I replaced my trusty Sekonic L-758Cine light meter with the new L-858D model. The 858D features…

Sigma Cine Zoom Lens Review: 18-35mm and 50-100mm

Sigma Cine Zoom Lens Review: 18-35mm and 50-100mm

Is there a better subject for a shooter than their own three-month-old baby? During these early months of…

Taking the Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel For A Spin

Taking the Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel For A Spin

The Olympics motto is Citius, Atlius, Fortius, when translated from Latin the motto means Faster, Higher, Stronger. The motto does…

Blackmagic Web Presenter, ATEM Switcher, and Hyperdeck Studio Mini Review

Blackmagic Web Presenter, ATEM Switcher, and Hyperdeck Studio Mini Review

One little box can make a world of difference. Add two more small boxes from Blackmagic and one can turn…

Blackmagic Design URSA Mini Pro Review

Blackmagic Design URSA Mini Pro Review

Is this the best camera made my Blackmagic Design? I think there might be a good case for it to…

Libec HFMP Monopod Kit In Action

Libec HFMP Monopod Kit In Action

Less than a few weeks after returning from Ghana, my travels have taken me to South Sudan for a humanitarian…

Light and Motion’s Stella Pro LEDs Review

Light and Motion’s Stella Pro LEDs Review

There is nothing more disconcerting than setting up for an interview and not finding a single wall outlet. There is…

PRODUCT REVIEW: SmallHD’s 1303 HDR Monitor

PRODUCT REVIEW: SmallHD’s 1303 HDR Monitor

I love having a big (or big-ish) monitor on set to see what I’m shooting and get…