Articles tagged "video"

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Video: Watch a potato, a roll of toilet paper and a shoe get turned into pinhole camera 'lenses'

Director and photographer Simon Meyer has taken to TikTok to show off how he creates his unusual collection of DIY 'lenses' made from various household objects, including potatoes, toilet paper rolls, shoes and even an Elmo stuffed animal.

DPReview TV: 7Artisans 55mm F1.4 Mark II review - Can a $125 lens be any good

Can you get a great lens for $125? We tested the 7Artisans 55mm F1.4 to find out. How does this budget friendly lens compare to the medium- and high-end lenses we usually review?

Mesmerizing macro film shot entirely on DJI Pocket 2 captures closeups of the surreal

A macro film shot by Russian filmmaker Vadim Sherbakov on a DJI Pocket 2 is inspiration for creating during cold winter months and lockdowns in some parts of the world.

DPReview TV: Leica M11 review

The Leica M11 may look like the other M-series cameras that came before it, but it has some notable upgrades and changes. Find out why Chris thinks it's the most enjoyable 'M' camera he's used.

DPReview TV: Nikon Z fc review - Did Nikon finally get retro right?

Chris and Jordan ventured into the frigid Canadian winter for their full review of the Nikon Z fc, earning Chris a beard full of ice. The good news? All those old-fashioned dials worked great with mittens. Watch this week's episode to see their verdict on this retro-looking camera.

Video: Watch how a Nat Geo wildlife photographer selects his best image from a photoshoot

While he usually photographs wild cats, wildlife photographer Steve Winter was tasked by WIRED to photograph a domestic cat in a city studio. After shooting 112 images, how does Winter select his single best image?

Colorized video clips reveal what California looked like almost a century ago

A YouTube creator who goes by NASS revived video footage obtained from the Internet Archive, and colorized it with added sound, to reveal what California looked like almost a century ago.

Video: A cheeky hands-on 'review' of a limited-edition 'Vintage Camera' LEGO set

YouTuber Wizard of Bricks has shared a tongue-in-cheek 'camera review' of a 179-piece LEGO set that builds a Leica-inspired 35mm rangefinder camera.

DPReview TV: The episode in which we predict all the big camera news of 2022

It's a brand new year! That means it's time for Chris and Jordan to look into their crystal ball and predict all the big camera news of 2022 – before it happens. Find out what products and trends they expect to see in the coming year.

DPReview TV: Which Camera Will Survive? Sony a1, Nikon Z9 and Canon R3

A plane crash leaves the mirrorless flagships overexposed to the dynamic range of elements. Will Canon, Nikon & Sony come to their sensors and group together to weather the aberrations ahead, or will they cannibalize one another?

Video: 'Landscapes of Change' beautifully showcases the changing of seasons from an aerial perspective

'Landscapes of Change' by Arvids Baranovs displays the change of all four seasons in one clever, beautifully executed video.

DPReview TV: Cheap Camera Challenge

Chris and Jordan head to The Camera Store to buy the cheapest digital stills and video cameras they can find, and promptly use them to shoot an entire episode.

DPReview TV's top 10 moments of 2021

2021 was a busy year at DPReview TV, with over 100 new episodes added to our YouTube channel! In this retrospective, Chris and Jordan look back at some of their most memorable moments from the past year.

Video: How to make a DIY telephoto pinhole camera with a Pringles can

The holidays are a great time to relax, spend time with family, and even do strange DIY projects. Fotodiox has a new DIY video that will show you how to create a telephoto pinhole lens using a Pringles can and a few other odds and ends.

DPReview TV: Best camera under $500 in 2021

The boys from Calgary are on a quest to find the best camera under $500 in 2021. Does such a beast still exist? This episode may reveal as much about the state of the camera market as it does about Chris and Jordan's personal gear preferences.

Video: Using Photoshop and AI to restore 110-year-old glass plate negatives

Mathieu Stern is back, this time with a restoration video wherein he uses Photoshop and artificial intelligence to bring 110-year-old glass plate negatives back to life.

DPReview TV: Video gifts you should give to yourself!

We know, we know! You're getting tired of all the holiday gift guides for photographers, right? Well, this one's a bit different. Instead of focusing on things to buy for other people (see what we did there?), Jordan tells you what you should buy for yourself, particularly if you shoot video.

Video: 'Spirit of Altai' reveals the aerial beauty of Siberia, as captured with a DJI Air 2S

Aerial filmmaker Vadim Sherbakov reveals the vast beauty of West Siberia with his latest film 'Spirit of Altai.' It was shot entirely on a DJI Air 2S drone.

Sigma vs. Panasonic – 24mm and 35mm Shootout!

This week Chris and Jordan compare the new Panasonic 24mm F1.8 and 35mm 1.8 to their closest competitors: the Sigma 24mm F2 DG DN and Sigma 35mm F2 DG DN. Which is best for L-mount? TLDR; they're all good lenses, but there are some big differences worth knowing about.

DPReview TV: Best and Worst photo/video gear 2021

It's that time of the year when Chris and Jordan look back on the year's best and worst releases of photo and video gear. As has become traditional, they've devised a drinking game to help ensure that their recollection ends up as hazy as the output of the worst lens...

Video: Reviewing Canon’s PowerShot Pro1 'red ring' bridge camera 18 years later

Gordon Laing is back again, this time to take an in-depth look at the PowerShot Pro1, a third-generation bridge camera from Canon that featured a familiar red ring that would never again show up on a fixed-lens Canon camera.

DPReview TV: USB power explained - what you need to know

There's an old adage about standards: the great thing about them is there are so many to choose from. That pretty accurately describes the state of USB power in 2021. In this video, Chris explains everything you need to know about USB power and how to use it.

Video: An incredible X-ray view of what goes on inside a zoom camera lens

Ben Krasnow, from the YouTube channel Applied Science, has used a homemade X-ray camera to capture a timelapse that shows what goes on inside a zoom camera lens as it goes through its focal length range.

DPReview TV: Sony a7 IV versus a7 III

The new Sony a7 IV offers a range of updates over the popular a7 III, but at a higher introductory price. Are the new features worth the cost of upgrading? In this week's episode of DPRTV, Chris and Jordan get to the bottom of what makes the two cameras different, and which might be right for you.

DPReview TV: OM System 20mm F1.4 Pro review

The 20mm F1.4 Pro is the first M.Zuiko lens released under the new OM System brand. Does it live up to its heritage of Olympus Pro-series glass? Chris puts it to the test to find out.

DPReview TV: Canon EOS R3 final review

Chris and Jordan have been testing a production EOS R3 and pushing it to the limits: high ISO tests, dynamic range, eye-controlled AF, flash photography and more! Also, find out whether Jordan had to worry about overheating when shooting video.

Video: An incredible microscopic look at plankton in motion shows the beauty of the oft-ignored organism

Filmmaker and photographer Jan van Ijken has turned his microscope toward plankton for a new short film. Planktonium shows plankton in a way they are very rarely seen.

DPReview TV: Tamron 35-150mm F2-2.8 VXD review

The Tamron 35-150mm F2-2.8 may seem like an odd focal range at first, but Chris argues that it hits the sweet spot for many people like wedding photographers, portrait shooters, and even for travel. It's also fast. Watch his full review to find out what he thinks of it.

Video: 4K timelapse made using 78,846 NASA images shows one month of the Sun

Filmmaker Seán Doran rescaled and remastered nearly 80,000 images captured by NASA's Solar Dynamic Observatory to create an incredible 4K timelapse of one month of the Sun's activity.

DPReview TV: The DJI Ronin 4D may be the most innovative video product in a decade

The DJI Ronin 4D is a 4-axis gimbal with an integrated full-frame cinema camera. Despite some quirks, DPReview TV's Jordan Drake thinks it's one of the most innovative video products in years. Watch his review to find out why.

Video: Two clever DIY methods to create your own 'Deakinizer' lens

The 'Deakinizer' lens was made and popularized by cinematographer Roger Deakins when he used a modified Arri Macro lens to capture dreamy, tilt-shift like shots for the movie Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.

Video: These mesmerizing insect flight sequences were shot at 6,000 frames per second

Dr. Adrian Smith is back with another excellent slow-motion video of insects filmed with a high-speed Phantom camera. Dr. Smith's latest video is inspired by Stephen Dalton's book, 'Borne on the Wind: The Extraordinary World of Insects in Flight.'

DPReview TV: Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 G2 review

The original Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 was a Goldilocks lens for many Sony E-mount shooters. Now Tamron is back with a second gen version that promises to be even better. Does it deliver on that claim? Chris and Jordan did a side-by-side comparison to find out.

Video: a Retro Review of Nikon's 25-year-old Coolpix 300 'Personal Imaging Assistant'

Gordon Laing is back at it again with another Retro Review. In this episode, Laing goes back 25 years to provide an in-depth overview of Nikon's unique Coolpix 300 camera, which was half compact camera, half PDA.

Samyang 135mm T2.2 VDSLR gets the MK2 upgrade with new iris and design

Samyang's telephoto cine lens gets the MK 2 treatment, with weather sealing, a nine-bladed iris and the newer VDSLR design style

DPReview TV: Nikon Z9 first impressions review

The Z9 may be Nikon's most significant camera in a decade. Does it live up to the hype? Find out what Chris and Jordan think as they go hands-on with a pre-production Nikon Z9 to shoot sports.

DPReview TV: Does the Nikon Z9 raise the bar for video?

Jordan is seriously impressed with the Nikon Z9's video capabilities. Find out why he calls it 'One of the most enjoyable experiences I've ever had.' Could it replace his trusty Panasonic S1H for video? Tune in to find out.

Video: Incredibly smooth FPV footage captured by a Pixel 6 Pro strapped to a drone

Ken Dono, who runs the OriginalDobo channel on YouTube, felt reviewers didn't test out the stabilization of Google's Pixel 6 Pro Android phone. So, he strapped it to a phone to try it out.

Nikon Z9 teaser #4: Zero blackout viewfinder, fast burst modes and another look at the 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 S lens

This is the fourth and final teaser Nikon is releasing—at least in an official capacity—ahead of its Z9 online launch event, which will take place tomorrow.

DaVinci Resolve 17.4 announced: Up to 5x faster on new M1 chips, improved performance and new features

Blackmagic Design has announced DaVinci Resolve 17.4. The new version of the popular video editing application promises significantly improved performance, especially on Apple's new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.

Nikon India leaks Z9 promo video revealing 8K/60p video, 120fps capture, 20fps Raw continuous shooting and more

The leak was posted to Nikon India's YouTube channel, but was quickly removed. The slides in the video suggest the Z9 might have more power behind it than Nikon has so far led us to believe.

DPReview TV: Sony a7 IV first impressions review

There's a lot to test on the Sony a7 IV. To cover it all, Chris and Jordan took a road trip through southern Alberta to test both stills and video. Watch to find out if the camera lives up to the hype.

Nikon Z9 Teaser #3: Eye AF, Motorcycle AF, Car AF and 20 fps continuous shooting

Nikon's latest Z9 teaser video hints at very capable Eye AF and Vehicle AF modes. We also hear a burst of the shutter, which suggests 20 fps capture will be present on the flagship mirrorless camera system.

DPReview TV: Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 DC DN review

Chris loves the tiny size and fast speed of the new Sigma 18-50mm F2.8, but it's not without some compromise. Find out where this lens excels – and where it falls short – in our DPReview TV review.

Sony teases the Sony a7 IV, confirms October 21 announcement

While the teaser itself doesn't reveal much about the forthcoming camera, the metadata tags for the video premiere hint at the name of the camera and what sort of capabilities we're looking at.

DPReview TV classics: The Sony a7 III review

Chris and Jordan are taking a well deserved break, so we're bringing you a classic rerun: DPReview TV episode #1. Take a trip in the wayback machine and watch our review of the Sony a7 III.

DPReview TV: Sony 70-200mm F2.8 GM II review

The Sony 70-200mm F2.8 GM II promises to deliver pro-level performance that competes with the best zooms in its class. Can it deliver? Chris and Jordan tell us what we need to know in their hands-on review.

DPReview TV: iPhone 13 Pro review - shot on the iPhone 13 Pro!

We shot this entire review on the iPhone 13 Pro. See real world examples of Cinematic Mode, Portrait Mode, Night Mode and more. Also, find out the one thing that made Jordan declare, 'It's like having a fork dragged across my eyeballs.'

DPReview TV: Panasonic BS1H review - Is boxy better?

This week Jordan reviews the Panasonic BS1H, the company's first full-frame box camera. How does it compare to the S1H and Panasonic's first box camera, the BGH1? Tune in to find out if boxy is better.

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