Archives for July 2016

Video Experiment: Phantom 4 Hand Held I wish the gimbal was detachable!

We’ve been experimenting a lot, practicing for our upcoming tutorial on video, and wanted to share this fun little clip!

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Our Recommended Video Gear Cameras, lenses & mics, oh my!

 

Good news! If you’ve been wracking your brain over what gear to use for making awesome videos, we’ve got you covered. We just published a whole page with all of our Recommended Video Gear right here, and it has everything from cameras, lenses, audio equipment, stabilization equipment, accessories, and more. It will spare you countless hours of research, and save you money with some helpful tips on what you do and don’t actually need!

Most of the gear on the page is the actual equipment we use ourselves, so it’s been thoroughly researched and tested. Good show. So go check it out, and enjoy!

If you’re interested in learning more about making videos with this snazzy gear, we have a whole tutorial on that coming out next month! Sign up for our newsletter list here to be notified as soon as it is released! Yay!

(P.S. Looking for our recommended photography gear? We’ve got a whole page of that too, right here!)

Teaser: New Tutorial Coming Next Month! Learn how to shoot video.

BIG NEWS: Next month we’ll be releasing a brand new tutorial on how to shoot video!

(Click here to sign up to our newsletter list and we’ll email you as soon as we launch it!)

We’ve been working on this tutorial for months and we’re so excited for you to see it!

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Peak Design Everyday Messenger: 13″ vs. 15″ A comparison of the two sizes of the crazy popular bag

Ever since the Peak Design Everyday Messenger bag came out, it’s been our go-to choice when we have to pack up the cameras for the day. (Check out our full review of the original bag here.)

With features like a quick-adjust strap, a top access zipper, and a snazzy one-handed magnetic opening system, it’s a blast to use (and looks spiffy too).

My biggest complaint, however, was that it was just too big for me. The original bag was made to hold a 15″ laptop and all of your DSLR gear. As a 5’6″ gal, it was pretty giant on my frame, and so I just admired it longingly while Rob toted it around. Darn him and his giantness.

So when the team at Peak Design announced that they were making a smaller version? Yep, sign me up.

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