Atomos recently released their newest 4K recorder, the Atomos Ninja Inferno specifically aimed at the GH5 crowd. The recorder boasts some very nice features including ProRes recording in 4KUHD 60P 4:2:2 and a maximum frame rate of up to 120fps.
With 4K and now even 6K video becoming more and more popular we as video editors need systems that can keep up with these huge files. Luckily Adobe Premiere makes it super simple to edit these videos in even the slowest of computers using a Proxy Workflow.
Even with the arrival of gimbals such as the DJI Ronin M and low cost ones like the Zhiyun crane the portable slider is a vital part of many videographers kits. All genre of filmmakers from Wedding to YouTube tech reviewers incorporate a manual slider into many of their productions.
Selective sharpening will allow you to sharpen only those parts of an image that you want the viewers' eye to pay attention to. Lightroom while containing a powerful sharpening toolset is unable to do this 100%.
If you're shooting video or timelapses you probably have a slew of batteries on hand in order to keep up with your camera's "hunger". This tutorial will show you how to use a USB battery which has 5 to 8 times as capacity to power your camera for hours on end.
Preset stacks are made from the same preset at various levels of intensity. This allows you to view what an image will look like with a preset applied from 0% through 100%. I’ll walk you through how to setup Lightroom and setup a stack so you can easily select which look you like best.
The RAV Power USB Battery Charger set for Nikon EN-EL15 batteries is a great affordable choice when considering purchasing spare batteries. I’ll take a look at what you get in the box and a quick review.