Category Archives: Sony a7S II

The Sony a7SII is Reshaping Wild Life Documentary Work

The BBC release a video showing the technology they use to capture animals under low light conditions. The ability to use the Sony a7SII along side infrared and thermal cameras, allows them to capture previously impossible footage of animals like the bioluminescence railroad worm for Planet Earth 2. Discovery channel previously released a similar special praising the Sony a7S. Sony […]

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The Sony Excalibur

Bonsai of Rockville, MD created a camera rig for filming 360 6K video that utilizes 4 Sony a7SII cameras with Rokinon 8mm Fisheye lens that fits in-between consumer 360 cameras and $40,000 professional 360 cameras that creates great results. Their rig also corrects some common problems for 360 video footage “For instance, Excalibur comes with a single […]

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Sony and Profoto Sale Continues

Profoto will include a FREE Profoto Air Remote ($411 value) with the purchase of any B1 or B2 Kit at B&H Photo or Adorama through April 21st. B&H Photo expand their Sony sale. Some of the deals include discounts on the Sony RX100/RX10/a6xxx/and more. You can see the complete list of deals here. UPDATE: B&H Photo now has instant rebates on Sony […]

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Profoto Air Remote TTL-S for Sony Video

Adorama made a quick introduction video for the new Profoto Air Remote TTL-S for Sony. It’s standard Profoto if you are familiar, but some are new to these kinds of high end lighting setups. Profoto Air Remote TTL-S for Sony B&H Photo/Adorama Profoto B1 500 AirTTL Battery-Powered Flash B&H Photo/Adorama Profoto B1 500 Air Battery-Powered 2-Light Location Kit B&H Photo/Adorama Profoto B2 Off-Camera Flash […]

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Techart Pro Follow-up

Techart Pro has grown a lot since my original review and it is now widely avalibe (B&H Photo/Amazon/Adorama), but I haven’t seen a lot of great reviews of the adapter until now. Mirrorless Rumors did a great job reviewing the adapter in video form and Techart Pro seems to be endorsing the use of heavier lenses now in […]

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Philip Bloom Video Auto-Focus Mega Test Finale

The finale of Philip Bloom’s Mega Video Auto Focus Test is finally here with his real world tests. According to Bloom Sony lenses autofocus better in video than Canon ones do, but Canon lenses are more mechanical so they are better for manual focus videographers. The only CDAF camera in this test that does well at […]

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