I am VERY interested in this camera so all this information was gold. Watch the video and let me know what you think about this camera. I personally might consider replacing my Canon bodies with Panasonic GH4′s depending on a few details. Looking forward to reviewing the camera when it comes out.
I really like top handles. Not only do they make getting lower shots much easier, but they also let me move my camera package around set with ease. Unfortunately, they can be fairly expensive and difficult to remove from your camera. That is where hot shoe top handles come it.
- Allows Carrying/Shooting from Low Angles
- Attaches Into Camera’s Hot Shoe
- Adjusts Side-to-Side Along 3 Inch Base
- Rotates 90°
- Handle Removes from Base by Lever
- Ridged, Solid Top-Handle
- 1/4″ and 3/8″ Accessory Threads
- CNC Machined Aluminum
I’ve had the chance to briefly check out the new Zacuto EVF and, well its awesome. Some of you will remember my somewhat harsh criticisms when it was first announced. Oh how the tables have turned since then. Zacuto has come out will a killer product on time, and Redrock Micro has done nothing more than make a fool of themselves. I’ll be surprised if they even get their remote follow focus out as soon as they stated.
I hope to get my hands on the Z-Finder EVF to do a review for you guys, but in the meantime, check out Nino’s great review.
So its been awhile since RedRock Micro announced their MicroEVF and Zacuto showcased their ideas for the Z-FinderEVF. Since then there have been some changes in specs, information, pricing, etc. The main changes being Zacuto adding mounting options, and Redrock adding a loupe through HDMI support (copycat?). Here are some videos from both manufacturers updating us on EVF info.
Zacutos EVF videos:
Redrock Micro EVF Updates and Info:
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A lot of great stuff coming out of NAB this year. I just want to give a special Thank you to Matt Jeppsen and Kendal Miller from FreshDV for their killer coverage of NAB 2010. You can view all of their interviews and videos here. Be sure to also check out Cinema5D for NAB goodies, and DLSR News Shooter for more great coverage as well.
Here are just a few HDSLR picks from NAB 2010: