Articles tagged "video"

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FiLMiC patents image remapping technology promising nearly 5x faster performance

FiLMiC, makers of apps including FiLMiC Pro, Double Take and Firstlight, has patented a new image rendering technology, Cubiform. The new tech uses color look-up tables to perform significantly faster editing and rendering.

DPReview TV: Sigma 28-70mm F2.8 review

The Sigma 28-70mm F2.8 DG DN is small, but how does it perform optically? Chris has the answers. Meanwhile, Jordan begins his stint filming episodes with the Pentax K-01. Let the fun begin.

Rode's new Wireless Go II system now offers dual channel recording, onboard storage and more

Rode has released a new Wireless Go II kit, which comes with three units: a dual channel receiver and two transmitters. The updated kit features improved connectivity, onboard audio recording storage and more.

Sony adds compact full-frame FX3 to Cinema Line

Sony has formally announced the much-leaked FX3 full-frame video camera. The FX3 marks the entry point to the Cinema Line of video cameras, and wears Alpha branding, setting it between the FX6 and the a7S III.

Video: Hasselblad discusses its design philosophy for the X System

Hasselblad has launched a new video series, 'Hasselblad's Home,' offering a behind-the-scenes look at Hasselblad's headquarters and its products. The first episode focuses on the design philosophy of the X System.

DPReview TV: Panasonic 70-300 F4.5-5.6 review

Chris made it out of quarantine in time to review the new Panasonic 70-300mm F4.5-5.6 lens for L-mount. The temperature may be -20ºC, but in Calgary that's almost shirtsleeve weather.

Why Raw video might not be the game-changer you expect

Raw video is an increasingly common feature, but don't expect it to be easy to exploit its full potential, or for there to be as much to gain as the switch to Raw gives for stills.

DPReview TV: Sony a7 III vs. Fujifilm X-T4 - who's the king of enthusiast cameras?

The Sony a7 III and Fujifilm X-T4 aren't cameras we would normally compare head-to-head. Yet, they're two of the most popular enthusiast models available today. Watch Chris and Jordan duke it out over which one is best.

DPReview TV: Favorite episodes and a subscriber challenge

It's been almost three years since we launched DPReview TV. Relive some of our favorite episodes and support our subscriber challenge: help us reach 300,000 subscribers by Valentine's Day and give Jordan a special challenge of his own.

DPReview TV: This G-Tech hand warmer can keep you—and your batteries—warm in winter conditions

Wait... you're reviewing a what? Chris and Jordan work in some pretty frigid conditions, so they've been using the G-Tech battery-powered hand warmer. Find out why they think it's a useful accessory for cold weather photographers.

More than megapixels: 108MP Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra vs. 20.2MP Canon 1DX II

Photographer Kevin Raposo wanted to see if the 108MP Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra could best a professional DSLR camera. He pitted the Galaxy against the Canon 1DX II, which has a 20.2MP sensor. Can you tell the images apart?

Caught on video: Photographers robbed of $7,000 in gear while stuck in traffic in San Francisco

Last Friday, a pair of real estate photographers captured images near a park in San Francisco. After leaving, a vehicle pulled up behind them in traffic, smashed the back window, and made off with a bag of equipment worth $7,000.

DPReview TV: Sony a1 review

With Chris still in quarantine, Jordan becomes a one man camera reviewing machine. He takes us through the Sony a1 from top to bottom, then tells us what he thinks. (Spoiler: he's impressed.)

DPReview TV: Could the Sony a1's fast sensor bring us better picture quality as well as speed?

The Sony Alpha 1's sensor is so fast that it got Jordan thinking... Could the new a1 use computational photography like a smartphone to create even better photos?

DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-E4 first impressions review

The Fujifilm X-E4's classic looks and compact size almost suggest an X100 series camera with interchangeable lenses. How close does it come? Chris shares his first impressions of this new camera straight from his basement quarantine.

Video: Three things you may have missed about the GFX 100S

In this video, DPReview's Reviews Editor Carey Rose gives you a closer look into three things about the GFX 100S that the spec sheet doesn't necessarily make clear.

DPReview TV: Chris and Jordan react to the Sony a1

Chris and Jordan share their first reactions to the new Sony Alpha 1. What features and technology excite them most, and who is it really made for?

DPReview TV: Fujifilm GFX 100S first impressions review

The Fujifilm GFX 100S arrives in Canada, Chris goes into quarantine, and Jordan self-films in the field. It's been an interesting week for the boys in Calgary, but that didn't stop them from bringing you this review.

Here is what 8K footage and 50MP stills from the Sony Alpha 1 look like

Sony has shared a compilation of 8K footage captured with its new Alpha 1 camera system, as well as sample images captured with its 50MP sensor.

Leica ad reminds us of the importance of photography in documenting history

Leica’s newest video adtakes a look back at the ‘witnesses’ who have captured world events with cameras over the last century.

DPReview TV: Understanding diffraction

You've no doubt heard warnings about the effects of diffraction at small apertures. But what exactly is it? Our resident mad scientist, Don Komarechka, explains what diffraction is and how it impacts your photos.

DPReview TV: Canon 200mm F1.8L is over 30 years old and it still rocks

The Canon 200mm F1.8L may be over 30 years old, but the fact that it still keeps up with the newest high resolution sensors is a testament to its design. Featuring guest photographer Irene Rudnyk.

Sony teases January 26th 'Alpha' launch event

The teaser image says 'The one never seen' and the video's description says 'be ready for the announcement of the new Alpha.'

DPReview TV: Tamron 17-70mm F2.8 lens review

The Tamron 17-70mm F2.8 is a fast, large aperture zoom for Sony E-mount APS-C cameras. Does it hit the sweet spot between price and performance for an everyday zoom lens? We tested it to find out.

Video: A behind the scenes look at the Ilford film factory in England

Exploredinary has published a video tour of the Ilford photographic film and paper factory in Mobberley, England. The factory, operated by Harman Technology, which trades as Ilford Photo, has been operating on the same site since 1928. Ilford Photo traces its roots back to 1879.

DPReview TV: High resolution mirrorless cameras compared

Which high resolution mirrorless camera is best for you? This week, we compare the Canon EOS R5, Sony a7R IV, Nikon Z7 II and Panasonic S1R to answer that question.

DPReview TV: Sony 35mm F1.4 GM review

The 35mm F1.4 GM brings one of photography's classic focal lengths to Sony's G Master series of lenses. How does it perform? According to Chris and Jordan, it's pretty darn good.

DPReview TV: Nikon Z7 II review

The Nikon Z7 II has the same great ergonomics as its predecessor, but has more processing power, dual card slots, 4K/60p video, improved autofocus and more. Chris and Jordan tell us why it's a solid choice for many shooters.

Photographer builds rig to mount his EOS R behind giant projection lens

It's all a bit primitive, but Jay P. Morgan's wooden mounting system allows him to successfully make pictures through a large format movie projection lens.

Video: A behind-the-scenes look at how Kodak manufactures its film

Film-enthusiast website Studio C-41 takes us on a tour of the Kodak film plant in Rochester NY, with some behind-the-scenes footage of how film is made.

DPReview TV: Canon Powershot Zoom Review

The Canon Powershot Zoom is a product in a class of its own: part camera and part digital monocular. Can it successfully merge the two? Chris and Jordan show you how it works.

DPReview TV: How to photograph snowflakes

DPReview TV's Don Komarechka is famous for his snowflake macro photography. This week, he gives us a quick lesson on how it's done. Give it a watch, then try it yourself!

DPReview TV: We share our 2021 predictions while freezing our asses off

It's time for our annual predictions episode! Chris and Jordan tell us what to expect from each camera company in 2021. And like true Canadians, they do it while ice fishing.

Video: Here's how Adobe Lightroom Mobile works on the Zeiss ZX1

The Zeiss ZX1 is a unique compact camera, dominated by a large touchscreen. It comes with Adobe Lightroom Mobile installed - but how does it work? In this video, Reviews Editor Carey Rose explains all.

DPReview TV: How to set up Sony's 'Real-Time' autofocus tracking

Did Santa leave a new Sony camera in your Christmas stocking? If so, your first step should be to enable Sony's 'real-time' autofocus tracking. In this video, we show you how to set up this useful feature.

DPReview TV: Does bird detect AF make the Olympus E-M1X a crazy bird finding machine?

A new firmware update adds bird detection autofocus to the E-M1X and, oh boy, it finds all the birds. The E-M1X and E-M1 Mark III also get ProRes Raw video recording, but does it meet Jordan's standards?

Video: How to make your own paper developer at home

Nick Brandreth of the George Eastman Museum is back with a new episode of 'Darkroom Magic'. The new episode shows how to make your own paper developer.

DPReview TV: Sony FX6 Review

What would the Sony a7S III look like if it were a cinema camera? Spoiler: it would look like the Sony FX6. This week, Jordan reviews the FX6 to see how it compares with the a7S III. Which one would he pick? You might be surprised.

Nikon Z6, Z7 firmware update adds ability to record Blackmagic RAW and more

Firmware version 3.20 for both the Nikon Z6 and Z7 adds the ability to record Blackmagic RAW footage to Assist 5” 12G HDR and Video Assist 7” 12G HDR monitors/recorders if you've purchased Nikon's Raw video upgrade.

DPReview TV: Leica SL2-S Review

After spending a solid week living with the new Leica SL2-S, Chris and Jordan have some opinions. Find out what they like about the camera and who they think it's for.

Video: How photographic salt prints are made

The George Eastman museum explains what goes into a salt print and how you can make one at home.

DPReview TV: Nikon Z6 II review

Chris and Jordan have been shooting with the Z6 II for a little while up in the frozen wastes of Alberta. Watch their video review to find out how they got on. The first thing we need to know is how should we pronounce 'Z'?

Video: CIA spy-camera secrets revealed by former Chief of Disguise

The former head of the Office of Technical Services and Chief of Disguise of the CIA reveals some of the cameras spies were supplied with to record what the enemy was up to during the Cold War. She says that while technology has changed in the intervening years spying methods haven't.

Video: Capturing video and portraits with a Canon 65mm F0.75 x-ray lens

Mathieu Stern is back with another unusual lens. This time he has adapted a Canon 65mm F0.75 X-Ray lens for use with his Sony camera. The lens is rare, very difficult to use and captures unusual-looking images.

DPReview TV: What is focus breathing? (And why should you care?)

You've probably heard of lens, or focus, breathing. Videographers love to talk about it, but it can be important to still photographers as well. So what is it? In this video we explain what 'breathing' is and why it matters.

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