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Review of Camera Accessories

The Best Universal Cage for Mirrorless and DSLR Cameras

Is this no-name universal cage the most affordable and best cage for Mirrorless and DSLR cameras?

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Camera System

A look at the best 5 budget gimbals

5 great and cheap 3-axis gimbals for low budget videos.

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Review of Camera Accessories

OConnor Universal Baseplate Review: The Best Baseplate in the World?

A detailed review of the OConnor Universal Baseplate that fits all DSLRs, Canon EOS cameras and the Red Epic and Scarlet.

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Basic Cinematography

What is the 35mm Equivalent and Why is it Confusing?

This article explains what 35mm equivalent means, and takes a stand on how it should be used.

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How to Find the Right Lenses

What Lens to Get? Part One: Subjects and Spaces

If you’re a beginner and don’t know what lens to get, then look no further. This article will tell you exactly what to get, and why it is best for you. Part One covers subjects and spaces.

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Camera Comparisons

Does your Camera Deliver the Film Look (Part Three)?

Which video camera really delivers the film look? Part Three looks at today’s cameras to see which ones really deliver the film look consistently, and why.

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Camera Comparisons

Does your Camera Deliver the Film Look (Part Two)?

Which video camera really delivers the film look? Part Two asks: Does your sub $20,000 camera look like film or not?

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Camera Comparisons

Does your Camera Deliver the Film Look (Part One)?

Which video camera really delivers the film look? Part One asks: Does your camera meet theatrical distribution requirements or not?

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Photography workflows

A Look at Still Camera Systems

  This is an article intended for those who are absolutely new to photography, and want to know what options they have. Still camera systems are broadly divided by two classes: Film or digital Size of the medium The biggest decision a photographer has to take is whether to shoot on film or digital. The […]

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Photography workflows

Who needs the Zone System?

Every modern camera has an in-camera meter, and the most common of them is the Matrix or Multi-zone meter (also called evaluative or segment meter, among other names). Surprisingly, due to complicated algorithms that work effortlessly in real time, these meters give you the best exposure ninety nine times out of a hundred. And that’s […]