I absolutely love my Sony A7III. Most of our production is done on this camera and it is a significant upgrade from the previous A7II. Now, don’t get me wrong, I would buy this camera again, but some of Sony’s decisions about this camera just make me go WHY?
Coming in far cheaper than the branded proprietary Wi-Fi options, CamFi has been a pretty popular accessory. But now they’re back with the new and improved CamFi Pro, which boasts the fastest wireless transfer speeds of any such system. The new unit uses 5.8Ghz Wi-Fi in order to offer transfer speeds up to and potentially over 10Mbps between camera and laptop or mobile device.
Most of us own one or several camera triggers or intervalometers. Some of us might have even built our own Arduino based triggers that utilise various sensors. Well, now, you can think about casting them all aside and replacing them with the new MIOPS Mobile. Following on from the success of the original MIOPS Smart Trigger, the new MIOPS Mobile makes life even simpler.
By hooking up wirelessly with your smartphone via Bluetooth, your phone now becomes your complete camera controller. The unit itself is about the size of your average camera battery and slots right into the hotshoe. With support for over 350 models of camera, it boasts a number cool features for which you might previously need multiple devices.
In these two videos, Griffin shares how he shoots and edits timelapse sequences from start to finish. While your camera and lens may be different to those chosen for these videos, the principles are the same, no matter what you’re using.