Articles tagged "video"

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DPReview TV - What is 'open gate' video recording and why should you care?

We're starting to see cameras offering 'open gate' video recording, so what is this tool and when is it useful?

Sony FX30 initial review

The Sony FX30 is a 4K/120p-capable Super35 / APS-C cinema camera that wants to take the battle to the likes of Panasonic's GH series.

DPReview TV - Puppet Chris and Jordan in: The Quest for Chowder

While visiting the team in Seattle, Chris and Jordan attempt to eat some chowder. It's difficult. Also, this week they are puppets.

Video: Venerable Canon 5D Mark II has nearly 2.3 million shutter actuations

The Canon 5D Mark II was released in November 2008. Since then, a photographer used theirs to capture nearly 2.3 million images, which is an average of about 450 photos per day if they shot every single day. The camera is still going strong for its new owner.

DPReview TV: Tamron 50-400mm F4.5-6.3 Di III VC VXD Review

The Tamron 50-400mm F4.5-6.3 Di III VC VXD boasts an impressive zoom range in a relatively compact package. How does it perform? We took a look.

Panasonic announces GH6 firmware for direct recording to SSD

Panasonic has announced firmware v2.2 for the Lumix DC-GH6. Available from September 27th, the firmware adds direct SSD recording.

Never seen before: watch an FPV drone fly into the water and reemerge

A pilot known as Blastr has created a first-of-its-kind video with a rig he built himself. Watch as an FPV drone flies into the water and reemerge.

DPReview TV: iPhone 14 and 14 Pro cameras - What you need to know

Following the announcement of Apple's new iPhones there has been a lot of confusion and misinformation online. Chris and Jordan take a detailed look at the photo and video upgrades to let you know what to expect.

DPReview TV: GoPro HERO 11 Black Review

The GoPro HERO 11 Black brings a new, almost square sensor to the action camera game. Chris and Jordan get righteous, go totally tubular, and pull some sick moves on land and sea to find out if this GoPro is really a game changer.

Nikon snaps back at lawsuit, suggests RED's compressed Raw patents aren’t entirely valid

For now, Nikon won't pay any royalties to RED following a lawsuit filed earlier this year. Nikon has denied nearly all wrongdoing in its countersuit.

DPReview TV: What's in Chris' bag for an arctic adventure?

Chris just went on a fishing adventure in the Northwest Territories of Northern Canada. What gear did he choose to bring?

DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-H2 pre-production first impressions

The not-so-secret Fujifilm X-H2 has finally arrived, built around a 40MP APS-C sensor. We've been testing a pre-production unit for a few weeks and share our first impressions of this highly anticipated camera.

DPReview TV: Panasonic 18mm F1.8 review

The final lens in Panasonic's full frame F1.8 prime series has arrived. Is it a good choice for photographers as well as videographers?

DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-H2S vs Panasonic GH6 for video shooters

If you're a video shooter, the Panasonic GH6 and Fujifilm X-H2S are both very compelling cameras at a similar price. Jordan Drake runs down several categories to help determine which might be the best camera for you.

DPReview TV: Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K G2 Review

Sure, the name is a mouthful but the latest camera from Blackmagic has some impressive features. Find out how Jordan thinks it compares to the latest mirrorless hybrid cameras.

DPReview TV: Get autofocus with manual focus lenses on Sony E-Mount Cameras! (Techart LM-EA9 Review)

You know all those beautiful manual focus M-Mount lenses? Wouldn't it be cool if they made autofocus versions? What if Techart released an updated version of its M to E-Mount AF adapter, and Chris Niccolls tested it? Anything is possible.

DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-H2S review

It's finally here! Chris and Jordan have been shooting with a production Fujifilm X-H2S for several weeks and their final review is here. Did Jordan just call this 'One of the best hybrid cameras ever made?' Watch to find out more.

DPReview TV: Laowa Nanomorph review (35mm T2.4 & 50mm T2.4)

Laowa just released a series of extremely compact anamorphic lenses, including a 35mm T2.4 and 50mm T2.4. These pint-sized optics make anamorphic capture very accessible, but how do they perform? We have answers.

Drill Sergeant Chris Niccolls is back to teach cadets about white balance and perspective

Drill Sergeant Chris Niccolls is back, this time in all-new Technicolor, to teach you cadets the basics of photography. This time around he's here to help with the ins and outs of white balance and perspective.

DPReview TV: Canon EOS R10 review

A production copy of the Canon EOS R10, the company's newest entry-level APS-C mirrorless camera, has arrived in Canada. Chris tells you what you need to know, including how the R10 stacks up to the competition.

Video: Making a DIY lens using a disposable film camera

Photographer Mathieu Stern loves the strange and unusual. He also enjoys DIY projects. He combined these passions by turning a disposable camera lens into a cheap lens for his mirrorless camera.

Video: CineD tours Sigma's new headquarters and interviews Sigma CEO Kazuto Yamaki

CineD's new video tour and interview with Sigma's CEO Kazuto Yamaki offers fascinating insight into the building's design and Sigma's philosophy toward creating better imaging products. Yamaki-san also talks about Sigma's new F1.4 prime lenses, Sigma's Foveon sensor and the ongoing chip shortage.

DPReview TV: Sigma 20mm F1.4 DG DN Art review

The Sigma 20mm F1.4 DG DN Art has solid build quality, some useful functions and weighs less than you'd expect. Does it take pretty pictures though? We have the answers.

DPReview TV: Sigma 24mm F1.4 DG DN Art Review

Sigma's been on a roll with their mirrorless Art series lenses. Does the new 24mm F1.4 DG DN continue the streak?

DPReview TV: The best lenses for Sony E-Mount

Chris and Jordan run through their absolute favorite lenses for Sony E-Mount, including both Sony lenses and third party options.

Video: DIY Perks creates a massive '35mm F0.4' equivalent lens for otherworldly bokeh

It's a far cry from the conventional lenses you're used to seeing, but it's sure to give you a look, unlike any optic you can purchase online.

DPReview TV: Canon EOS R7 review

Canon's high end APS-C mirrorless camera has plenty of compelling features, but is it worth the price? Jordan took it on vacation to find out.

Video: Watch this crazy contraption recover photos from a broken micro SD card

Hardware data recovery is complex, requiring sophisticated, expensive equipment. A data recovery expert in Poland, Enter Serwis, has shown off how they use a Spider Board to recover data from a non-functioning memory card.

Video: Learn how Kodak develops and applies light-sensitive coating to its film (in the dark!)

Destin Sandlin of Smarter Every Day is back with the second part of his three-part tour of the Kodak factory. This time, Sandlin shows how Kodak applies light-sensitive coating to the film support base we saw produced in the first factory tour.

DPReview TV: Sensor sizes don't make any sense. Fortunately, we fixed it.

The naming conventions for smaller sensors are confusing and misleading, so we're going to change the way we talk about them. Find out what we're doing differently.

DPReview TV: The good and bad of Panasonic cameras

It's time to take a look at what Panasonic is doing right and wrong with their cameras in 2022. Let good cop Jordan and bad cop Chris walk you through their thoughts.

Telesin motorized camera dolly is an affordable, compact alternative to camera slider

Telesin has announced a new motorized camera dolly that offers a compact alternative to rails for dolly and slider shots. The motorized dolly includes directional wheels, five speeds, and a 3kg payload.

DPReview TV: The five best hybrid mirrorless cameras

A lot of cameras excel at photography or video, but what if you need a camera equally capable at both? Chris and Jordan rank the best hybrid mirrorless cameras.

DPReview TV: DJI Ronin RS3 Pro review

DJI has a new gimbal, and it's compatible with some of the revolutionary accessories from the Ronin 4D. Is this the gimbal to get?

DJI's Mini 3 Pro drone now has vertical QuickShots and hyperlapse, starts shipping in North America

The DJI Mini 3 Pro drone, announced in early May, has a new firmware update that allows for vertical QuickShots and hyperlapse clips. Recently, pre-orders started shipping to customers in North America.

DPReview TV: Laowa 12-24mm F5.6 C-Dreamer Review

It's small, inexpensive and incredibly wide. How does Laowa's latest full-frame lens perform?

DPReview TV: Jordan walks us through Panasonic GH6 Firmware 2.0 and why it matters

Panasonic has released firmware version 2.0 for the GH6 camera, and it's all about ProRes and ProRes Raw. Does this make it the ultimate video machine? Will Jordan's torrid love affair with the GH6 continue? Tune in to find out.

DPReview TV: Nikon Z30 Initial Review

Nikon has announced the Z30, an entry-level Z-mount camera aimed at vloggers and other content creators. What are our initial impressions? Better watch to find out.

DPReview TV: Nikkor Z 400mm F4.5 VR Preview - Director's Cut

Now that's it's officially announced, we can share more juicy details about Nikon's latest lens, the 400mm F4.5 VR telephoto.

DPReview TV: Leica - the good and the bad

In our continuing series about each camera manufacturer's strengths and weakness, we turn our judgemental gaze to Leica. Cherished and derided in equal measure, what does Leica get right, and where can it improve?

Video: Fly around the inside of a dentist office with this one-take FPV drone video

A dental office, based in Germany, had a team of pilots create a mesmerizing FPV drone video to give prospective clients a behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of their office.

Video: The history of Zeiss, from the microscope to the moon landing

YouTube channel DW Documentary has shared an overview of Zeiss, highlighting the 175-year history of the optics company founded by Carl Zeiss in 1846.

DPReview TV: Nikkor Z 400mm F4.5 VR sneak peek

Prior to its official launch, Chris was able to test Nikon's new Z-Mount 400mm F4.5 telephoto lens at a wolf sanctuary.

DPReview TV: The most expensive camera in the world

A very special Leica camera just became the most expensive ever sold. Chris and Jordan were in Germany for the auction, and to tell you why this particular camera is so special.

DPReview TV: Top five annoying camera quirks

While none of these are deal-breaking issues, here are some the annoying camera quirks that really get under Chris and Jordan's skin.

Photographer uses AI to create unique camera designs inspired by pop culture

Who wouldn't want a camera that looks like R2-D2 from Star Wars? Mathieu Stern used DALL-E 2 AI to generate an R2-D2 camera and many more amazing camera designs.

DPReview TV:  The good and bad of Nikon cameras

Nikon has been on a roll lately, particularly with its flagship Z9, but what are our thoughts on their entire camera lineup?

Video: Check out the 1969 Apollo 11 launch at a mesmerizing 500 frames per second, as captured on 16mm film

When the Apollo 11 mission launched in 1969, NASA had many different cameras ready to record the Saturn V rocket's takeoff, including a special 16mm film camera that recorded 500fps footage.

DPReview TV: Sony APS-C wide angle lenses for vloggers: 11mm F1.8, 15mm F1.4 and 10-20mm F4 PZ

Sony has just released a trio of impressively small, light, ultrawide lenses for APS-C. These lenses are designed for vloggers, so Chris decided to film himself and find out how they perform.

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