12,783 Views· Posted 02/26/2018
In the following video, photographer David Flores takes a look at Panasonic’s new high-end photo-centric mirrorless model: the Lumix DC-G9. This Micro Four Thirds camera has many distinct features that separate it from the more video-heavy GH-series cameras, especially with updates to the body design. Flores takes the camera out to experiment with the G9’s AF speed, overall image quality, and more. We hope you enjoy the video
887 Views· Posted 11/13/2017
Learn how to handle data-intensive 4K workflows properly with Doug Guerra in this second 4K Production Series installment. From ingestion to data wrangling and encoding, a great deal must be considered to keep an organized dataset. Some general NLE guidelines are also discussed to help you along. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
4,835 Views· Posted 10/02/2017
Hot off the release of the new Nikon D850, B&H got a chance to give four of our photographers some time with the camera. With an incredible new 45.7MP sensor, massively improved auto-focus, 4k video, and even post-friendly features such as focus stacking, we see just what the D850 is capable of.
8,870 Views· Posted 08/28/2017
Catch up on our live stream discussion panel with photographers who got an early taste of the brand new Nikon D850! They discuss the technology behind the D850, the way the camera betters their work, and the industry at large.
64,226 Views· Posted 11/15/2016
Introducing the brand new DJI Mavic Pro. With DJI's years of expertise in drone technology, the Mavic squeezes 4K video and state-of-the-art tracking features into a drone that's small enough to fold up into a backpack.
6,072 Views· Posted 02/05/2015
In this video, B&H’s Allan Weitz gives us a first look at the new NX500 Mirrorless Digital Camera.This compact and lightweight camera features an APS-C backside-illuminated 28MP sensor, and is capable of shooting 4K UHD video. The NX500 can capture up to 9 fps, and its autofocus system features 205 focus points and 153 cross-type focus points that deliver fast and accurate performance. We hope you enjoy the video,
1,067 Views· Posted 10/07/2014
It's undeniable that shooters looking for a DSLR-style 4K option will be taking a serious look at the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 and the Sony a7S. The frustrating question—which one to get? In this video we compare the advantages of both cameras. These include internal 4K recording in the GH4 versus the a7S, which
39,322 Views· Posted 09/15/2014
The Panasonic LX-100 is the successor to the LX-7. Featuring a 12.8 MP Micro four-thirds sensor and 4K video recording.
41,223 Views· Posted 09/03/2014
The Panasonic HC-X1000 is a small ENG-style camcorder with a 20x zoom lens that shoots cinematic 4K video as well as Ultra HD directly to file formats that are convenient for editing (MOV, MP4, etc.).
22,898 Views· Posted 08/21/2014
In the following video, Mia McCormick discusses the Sony a7S Mirrorless digital camera and its video-recording features. McCormick makes points about the camera’s full-frame 12 Megapixel sensor, industry-leading low-light performance, and its ability to capture up to 15 stops of dynamic range using the Slog2 gamma profile. She also showcases the various recording options, including internal 1080p at 24, 30, or 60fps, 720p at up to
2,424 Views· Posted 05/29/2014
On Tuesday May 27th, B&H hosted a live video presentation that brought together filmmakers David Flores and Eduardo Angel, as well as Matt Frazer, the National Product Trainer for Panasonic's Lumix line, to discuss the virtues of shooting both video and still photos with the Panasonic GH4 digital camera. In case you missed the event, and you don't currently have enough time to watch the entire hour-and-a-half-long
13,787 Views· Posted 12/16/2013
In the following video, Alan Lugo, from B&H, showcases the FDR-AX1, Sony’s first prosumer 4K camcorder, and takes us through the feature set of the camera, including its 1/2.3” EXMOR R CMOS sensor, 20x Sony G series zoom lens, and HDMI output. This video highlights the camera's ability to capture 4K 3840 x 2160p at up to 60 fps to XQD cards using the XAVC-S codec, as well as its ability to capture high-quality Full HD video at 50 Mbps. Alan also
935 Views· Posted 08/05/2013
In this final episode of our six-part series on Canon's Cinema EOS line, cinematographer David Leitner walks us through the results of a recent 4K test shoot with the C500 camera and an AJA Ki Pro Quad recorder.