Posts Tagged ‘ hands on

Sony NEX-7 Hands-on Review (VIDEO)

Digital Rev has posted their video review of the new Sony NEX-7. This review is mostly about the still capability of the camera and not much about the video capability.

Fujifilm X-Pro1 – Hands-on Preview

The Fuji Guys have also posted 20 new videos going in depth with the Fuji X-Pro 1. Check out the playlist here.

Canon C300 Dslrnewsshooter discussion

Four shooters discuss their impressions of the new Canon C300 after a day out shooting a short called ‘Bob the Aviator’. James Velacot of Cherryduck productions, DOP Andy Jackson, freelance Felix Clay and dslrnewsshooter’s Dan Chung used the camera to film in a ‘real world’ shooting environment.

Hands On: Sony F65 Camera Overview

We have had a number of different events over the last few months featuring Sony’s F65 camera. The F65 offers unparallelled 8k resolution and produces stunning 4k imagery. We’ve done a lot of testing with it, and found both the resolution and dynamic range to be off the charts. For all of you that were not able to attend our events, I put together this short video covering some of the big features of the camera; stay tuned for future videos on workflow and data management. The F65 has a special package price offer through Dec 26th, so make sure to speak with our sales team if you are interested.

http://www.abelcine.com/store/home.php

Rodney Charters hands on with the Canon C300

Rodney Charters has posted a hands on video with the new Canon C300. Click here for more updates on his twitter feed.

Canon 28mm f/1.8 Hands-on Review (VIDEO)

In this video, we check out the canon 28mm f/1.8, which is pretty good value for money. How good is it though? We take some shot of Kinki putting up a tree.

RED Scarlet-X Playback and Boot Up Hands-On Videos

source:Tonaci Tran of Tocani Camera Rental


Tonaci Tran
has posted two videos of the new RED Scarlet-X showing a hands-on view of the boot up time and playback features of the camera.

RED Scarlet-X Unboxing and Hands-On Pictures(PLAYBACK)

source:Tonaci Tran of Tocani Camera Rental



Tonaci Tran of Tocani Camera Rental has posted some unboxing and hands-on pictures of his new RED Scarlet-X. Engadget has write up on the first Scarlet-X to ship. Check out the REDUSER forum for more details.

Panasonic GX1 Menu & Control Videos

Here a view videos of the new Panasonic GX1 running through the menu and control features of the camera.

Panasonic GX1 Menu Control from POPCO.NET on Vimeo.

Panasonic GX1 20fps continuous Shooting (4M) from POPCO.NET on Vimeo.

Panasonic GX1 Ultra Hi-Speed AF from POPCO.NET on Vimeo.

Engadget: Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 hands-on article

http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/07/panasonic-launches-lumix-gx1-micro-four-thirds-camera-we-go-han/

“Remember the Lumix GF1? It was one of Panasonic’s first Micro Four Thirds cameras, setting the bar quite high for models to come. But the GF1′s successors — the GF2 and GF3 — did not live up to expectations, with the company gradually shifting the series towards transitioning point-and-shoot users, and away from early adopters who grew accustomed to the performance and build quality offered by that beloved early mirrorless cam. Now that familiar look and feel is back, in the form of the Panasonic GX1. The 16 megapixel ILC includes a Live MOS sensor and Venus engine, with a maximum ISO of 12,800. Like other Panasonic G-series cameras, the GX1 uses a Micro Four Thirds mount, and is compatible with both Panasonic and Olympus lenses, including the standard 14-42mm zoom that ships with the $800 kit, or the Lumix G X Vario PZ 14-42mm retractable lens that comes packaged for $950. Existing lens owners can pick up just the body for $700.”