Canon responds to lack of video output on C300 Mark II

After completing another two camera project using the relatively new C300 Mark 2’s, this new Canon has become my ‘go-to’ for projects requiring substantial handheld work because of its ‘best in class’ ergonomics. (not to be confused with best ergonomics ever) But as good as the camera is in this regard, I’ve become too familiar with a couple of design flaws regarding video output, which at the…

What will be the hot cameras in 2016?

Over the holidays it’s only natural to think ahead to the new year and wonder what will be some of the popular tools producers, directors, videographers and cinematographers will use. In terms of cameras, higher end acquisition looks to remain consistent with Alexa and Red dominating the scene. I don’t expect any shocking revelations other than the prediction…

Do super-affordable LED lights deliver quality? The Genray 6200T on-camera LED review.

Some jobs require onboard camera lighting and my go-to has always been the small rectangular LED by LitePanel. While LED lighting has the benefit of low power consumption and heat resistance they also have the disadvantage of less light output and questionable colour rendering on many of the cheaper models. These technology shortcomings are improving by the day so I was curious to see how the $139.00…