Need to connect a professional wireless lav mic (like a Sennheiser) to your iPhone or Android? It's not plug and play without a special cable!
Some of the most rewarding work I am privileged to be able to do is working with schools around the world as an “artist in residence”.
You've been asking so I shall deliver… a LIVE autofocus test using the full frame LUMIX S1! (And a non-live insert, because… well, just watch!)
This AMA had a lot of info about restream.io (the new service I'm using to broadcast to multiple destinations) and a fast live broadcast setup tour!
The LUMIX S Series S1 and S1R have an optional battery grip, the BGS1. This is a tour and explanation of how to use it and what it can do!
This RGB LED is a well-built, bright, compact and fun little light for any filmmaker. It even has built-in effects, like lightning and sirens!
Avoiding flicker while shooting high speed video under artificial lighting, or shooting in a foreign country can be a challenge. I unravel the mystery here.
Hollyland Tech reached out to me to ask if I'd review their wireless HDMI kit, the Mars 300. At $500 it's a relative bargain, so I said yes!
There's a clever new light in town, built be a UK company called “Blind Spot Gear”. It's an ultra-thin, modular, inexpensive and high quality LED panel.
It's unboxing time! Let's see whats in the boxes for the LUMIX S1 and 24-105mm lens kit, the S-Pro 50mm f/1.5 and the BGS1 battery grip.
If you use Moment lenses then you're going to want this new belt bag by COSYSPEED — it's the best way to carry your smartphone and lenses together!
Smaller, 5-inch monitors are all the rage these days. For those on a budget (or even those not), is the Feelworld F5 worth considering?
This little ANDYCINE RGB LED AL-360RGB light is small and cheap and plays well with colors… but is it actually any good? Let's find out!
It's here! I've got my hands on the Godox Studio Flash QT1200 II, so let's get into it. This is essentially a video user guide for the strobe.
Now that the Panasonic LUMIX S Series (S1 and S1R) are almost with us, how do they compare to the G series (GH5, GH5S and G9)? Let's find out!
These are edited segments of a very long live show, exploring the new LUMIX S1R, the 50mm f/1.4 lens, and the camera's menu system.