I am actually fairly interested in this camera. Yes its big, yes it has an ENG style, but the thing looks like a great work horse for those of us shooting events or have to adapt in unpredictable shooting environments.
Why I dig it:
- Big sensor with more than a box around it.
- XLR and normal audio settings.
- Shoulder mount.
- Legit video zoom lens (yes its lame for most things, but its nice to have).
- Buttons. I like buttons.
You can pre-order the Sony NEX-EA50 on B&H today. Camera is expected in October.
Guest post by Mary Kate of The Music Bed.
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Remember the EZ Steady Stabilizer? Its creator Kyle Hart is releasing his next installment of rhino gear. The Rhino Slider. I’ve worked with several different sliders and I can say Kyle is onto something with his slider. You can get yours at a special price through the Kickstarter page. Check out the Kickstarter video below and get in on the action while you still can!
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For more information check out this promo and the sample lesson.