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    I shoot a lot of video and all smartphone video capabilities are way behind DSLR and mirrorless. I don't like shooting photos on smartphones too.
  • I'm using that Mac Pro quad 3.7Ghz as my main machine and it's fast when it comes to photo editing. However, for the price, you're essentially buying an antique. You are better off getting a ...
  • Just pre-ordered. US $60 is a reasonable price if it can save a lot of time. And the money also goes into promoting competition.

  • I've moved from shooting 1080P to 4K several months ago with the purchase of the GH5. 1080P is a perfectly acceptable resolution for typical viewers. It's high resolution enough to be pretty sharp ...
  • When they switch to the subscription model, I switched to using alternative software. Over the years, I've saved enough money to upgrade my computer.

  • I also agree with getting a camera with IBIS. It makes handheld video so much better. I used to shoot a lot with GH2, GH3, and GH4. When I look back at some of those handheld videos, I cringe. ...
  • I also suffer from the same problem. It's incredibly irritating. Youtuber Casey Niestat also mentioned this problem. He taped it up. I hope Panasonic releases a firmware to deal with this design flaw.
  • BenQ SW2700PT is an excellent monitor for those who want and respect colour accuracy. You won't regret the purchase.
  • I think you got it the other way round. How can that Apple display be better than the best Dell or BenQ screens? Anandtech only measure 76% Adobe RGB with the Thunderbolt display https://www.anandt ...
  • Do not get that antique, oops, I mean the Mac Pro 2013. I'm using that one. It's not worth the money to buy it nowadays, perhaps not even worth it if it's secondhand. It's not that the Mac Pro is ...
  • You should choose a 32-inch screen with 4K resolution. Adobe CC and even older Adobe CS interface should look big enough on the screen even at 4K. If you're going to be using less resolution, just ...
  • If you don't have a gimbal for the GH4 and 17.5, the footage may be too shaky unless you really have firm hands. It's best to get a gimbal that can support the weight of the camera and lens. But ...
  • Travel videos? Get a lens with Dual IS. I've great success with PanLeica 12-60 f2.8/4. That lens has good reach, good stabilized handheld video. Heavy but worth it for the flexibility. You can ...
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