Nikon mirrorless camera is about to get launched. But did you know you can turn any DSLR camera into a mirrorless? No? Well, in this video, Eric Rossi is gonna show you a hilarious “DIY trick” that turns every DSLR into a mirrorless camera. And the best of all is – it doesn’t even have to be a Nikon.
So you’ve bought a DSLR for shooting videos and you’re not sure where to begin. It can be overwhelming, as there are plenty of settings and variations. If this is the case, Darious Britt has a useful video for you. He’ll teach you some of the basic settings for getting the best video look with a DSLR, and quickly guide you through the camera settings and features he normally uses. Although you can have different features in your camera, the principle stays the same, and you can still apply the same settings like resolution, frame rate, ISO, shutter speed etc.
What’s the camera you are looking forward to? Are you upgrading your gear this year? There were several exciting announcements of cameras we can expect in 2017. Zacuto ran a poll asking the users what is the most anticipated camera for them in 2017. They have published the list of top five most anticipated cameras, and one has won a very convincing victory.
So, we know that the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II is due to be out this week, (we had leaks and rumors) but it is not out yet, at least not on Canon’s web site. Well, looks like someone hit the publish button a bit early and put it in the store, exposing the full prices, photos and specs of the 1DX mark II. Yes PROcam, I am taking about you.
All Things Photo Podcast spotted the premature outing and captured a bunch of screenshots. I would not be surprised if a press release from canon came out later today.
So, what so we have there?
Did you know that that when you use a polarizer in a wet forest, the color come out more vibrant because of the water’s effect through the lens?
Up until today, the only two things I knew about polarizers were that they make things go black when you put two together, and that they’re a feature in my American Optical Pilot Aviators (insanely affordable for their quality). Photographer Steve Perry, however, is so passionate about the polarizer that he made a ten minute long video tutorial over it. And don’t let that throw you off; this video doesn’t waste time. He spends ten straight minutes teaching you about polarizers, and it’s one of the most informative little pieces I’ve seen for a while now.
Sony’s announced the pricing and availability for the a7S, a camera recently unveiled at last month’s NAB Show. The flagship camera is now available for pre-order at B&H Photo Video for a price of about $2500, which is significantly less than what most of online media had been predicting earlier on ($3500, to be exact). Pre-order or not, you can grab the a7S when it’s officially released in July.
Aside from the pricing announcement finally coming out for Sony’s new DSLR, the company also decided to bring in the third entry to their RX100 series: the Mark III.