Category Archives: cameras

January 30, 2018 | cameras | | Comments

Small Self-Stabilizing 4k Gimbal Camera

The REMOVU K1 is a small 4K gimbal camera. The small handhled camera has a built-in mic and a 1.5 inch LCD screen built into the grip. The K1 is equipped with 3-axis gimbal technology and a F2.8 wide angle lens. The sensor is a 1/2.3 inch CMOS 12MP (Sony IMX377). Video Resolution is 4K […]... Keep reading >


8 x 10 Video Camera

I just completed designing and building an 8×10 video camera, the first in the world that I know of. Essentially its off-axis reimaging of a projected image. It’s a bit like IMAX, but waaaaay bigger. – Zev Hoover Before you get too excited, the camera is indeed an 8 x 10 Video Camera, but the […]... Keep reading >


January 1, 2018 | cameras | | Comments

Nikon D850 Review

The Nikon D850 is a 4K DSLR. It is full frame and does not crop the sensor, even when shooting 4K. It shoots 120 fps in HD and has a recording time of 30 minutes. Its full frame, even when shooting 4K. The camera includes mic and headphone inputs. The Nikon D850 has a tilt-able […]... Keep reading >


November 21, 2017 | cameras, lens, video technology | | Comments

Cleaning The Camera Sensor

Cleaning the camera sensor can be a simple and safe procedure if certain guidelines are followed. If you shoot wide open it is probably not necessary. ... Keep reading >


October 10, 2017 | cameras | | Comments

Artificial Intelligence Camera Works Better Without Operator

Google Clips is a new camera from Google that is very different from every other type of camera. You turn it on by twisting the lens, then set it down and forget about it. Google Clips sees everything in its 130-degree field of view. But it only records seven-second moving images of stuff it finds […]... Keep reading >


September 5, 2017 | cameras, lens | | Comments

Eclipse Burned These Cameras

The Solar Eclipse Burned These Cameras... Keep reading >


May 2, 2017 | cameras | | Comments

This PTZ Camera Can be Controlled From Anywhere

The KY-PZ100 from JVC is a PTZ camera that can be controlled from anywhere over the internet. With traditional PTZ cameras, you can control the pan, tilt and zoom, but there is usually a serial or proprietary control cable between the controller and the camera. So the location must be wired for that. The KY-PZ100 is network controllable. Just plug-in a Wi-Fi adaptor, and you can control one camera or up to 100 other cameras anywhere in the world.... Keep reading >


What You Need to Know About Shooting 360 Video

To learn how to shoot 360 video, you'll need to learn about the two types of 360 video. Then look at the three types of 360 cameras. When you begin experimenting, you can manipulate the stitch line, but your hand or body will always be in the shot.... Keep reading >


Discover Two 360 Degree Cameras

Unlike conventional rectangular or square video, the world we live in is 360 degrees, just look around. 360 degree cameras let you record everything going on around you at once. And if your clients haven’t asked about it yet, they probably will. With a VR headset, such as the Samsung Gear VR or Google Cardboard, […]... Keep reading >


January 16, 2017 | cameras | | Comments

Panasonic GH5

CES didn’t have much pro camera gear this year, and that makes the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH5 stand out. This upgrade of their professional hybrid Micro Four Thirds camera features 4K video capture and up to 60fps, in-body image stabilization, and programmable focus racks. It also boasts internal 4K/30p 10-bit 4:2:2 video capture. The GH5 has […]... Keep reading >



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