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23Apr New Lilliput Q7 1920×1080 IPS field monitor hands on

Lilliput is a company I haven’t really thought about in the last few years. They were one of the first to make an affordable 7 inch field monitor with a whopping 1024×600 resolution for under $200. Since then most of their monitors have been derivatives of the same concept. However at NAB this week, Devin and […]

29Mar Sony FE 50mm f1.8 anounced

Meet the Sony 50mm f1.8 full frame lens, one of the first affordable full frame primes for the E-mount lineup. Priced at $248, the 50mm f1.8 is still substantially more expensive than the competition from Canon’s 50mm f1.8. Still, I’m glad to see Sony has finally started to address the lack of mid range lenses in it’s full […]

23Mar Traded in my 5d mark III for a Sony A7s II

I’ve been shooting on the Canon 5d mark III for about 4 years now and Canon bodies in general for almost seven years. During that time, I’ve stuck with the Canon 5d mark III even as I began to shoot more and more on the Panasonic GH4. Even though many have complained about the lack of resolution […]

26Feb Canon 80d, the Camera you wanted 3 years ago.

It’s been over 6 years since the Canon t2i was released. With the help of Magic Lantern, the t2i brought us headphone monitoring, focus peaking, audio level meters, in camera gain control and some other very impressive features. There have been 8 or so camera bodies released since then, but none of them have provided the value offered […]