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B&H’s Michel Suissa talks with DPs Logan Schneider and Jimmy Matlosz about their experiences filming with ARRI’s Signature Zoom Lenses. After you've enjoyed this conversation, learn more about The Studio at B&H Professional Services and shop for the ARRI Signature Zooms. Similar videos you’ll enjoy:
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Here's our first look of the brand new Canon Cinema EOS C200. Featuring up to 15-stops, on a Super35mm sensor, it can shoot DCI compliant 4K Cinema Raw Lite @ 60 fps and 10-bit color and 4K DCI Cinema Raw lite @ 30 fps and 12-bit color.
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In this interview, Ken Rowe stops by to talk about the just-announced Canon Compact Servo 18-80mm T4.4 lens, and the ME-200S-SH camera.
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Join B&H Photo’s Steven Gladstone for a first look at Canon’s new C300 Mark II Cinema EOS Camera. The video focuses on the new features of the camera, which include a new sensor, dual DIGIC DV5 processors, and internal 4K recording to CFast 2.0 memory cards. Also highlighted is the addition of Canon’s new Log Gamma 2 that is optimized for 10-bit recording, combining with the sensor to provide up to 15 stops of dynamic range. Gladstone also makes note of the camera’s
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In the following video, Rob Rives gets hands-on with Beachtek’s DXA-Pocket audio adapter, and compares it to three other Beachtek products to see how the features match up. He examines the DXA-Pocket's available I/O and how Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera and DSLR shooters might use the adapter to help get better
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On Tuesday May 27th, B&H hosted a live video presentation that brought together filmmakers David Flores and Eduardo Angel, as well as Matt Frazer, the National Product Trainer for Panasonic's Lumix line, to discuss the virtues of shooting both video and still photos with the Panasonic GH4 digital camera. In case you missed the event, and you don't currently have enough time to watch the entire hour-and-a-half-long
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Join Kelly Mena, of B&H Photo, as she explains the basic principles of depth of field in photography. Mena defines depth of field and explains the distinction between its deep and shallow variations—the former rendering everything from subject to background in sharp focus, the latter rendering the subject in sharp focus and the background soft and out of focus. Mena discusses the variables you can use to control depth of field in your images: aperture, focal length, and camera-to-subject distance. She also explains how you can use the ISO