Released within months of each other, at similar prices, the Panasonic GH6 and Fujifilm X-H2S are some of the most compelling mirrorless cameras available for video shooters. Jordan Drake takes you through the strengths and weaknesses of these outstanding cameras.
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|Panasonic LUMIX GH6, 25.2MP Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Camera with Unlimited C4K/4K 4:2:2 10-bit Video Recording, 7.5-Stop 5-Axis Dual Image Stabilizer – DC-GH6BODY||Shop now|
|Panasonic LUMIX GH5M2, 20.3MP Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Camera with Live Streaming, 4K 4:2:2 10-Bit Video, Unlimited Video Recording, 5-Axis Image Stabilizer DC-GH5M2||$1,497.99||Shop now|
|PANASONIC LUMIX S1H Digital Mirrorless Video Camera with 24.2 Full Frame Sensor, 6K/24p Video Recording Capability, V-Log/V-Gamut, and Multi-Aspect Recording||$3,497.99||Shop now|
The DJI Avata takes inspiration from the FPV and cinewhoop worlds, so we were excited to take it for a spin and see what it could do. What we discovered is a beginner-friendly, fun-to-fly, stunt-capable model that has the potential to shoot eye-catching video.
Laowa just released a series of extremely compact anamorphic lenses, including a 35mm T2.4 and 50mm T2.4. These pint-sized optics make anamorphic capture very accessible, but how do they perform? We have answers.
A production copy of the Canon EOS R10, the company’s newest entry-level APS-C mirrorless camera, has arrived in Canada. Chris tells you what you need to know, including how the R10 stacks up to the competition.
The Sigma 20mm F1.4 DG DN Art has solid build quality, some useful functions and weighs less than you’d expect. Does it take pretty pictures though? We have the answers.
Sigma’s been on a roll with their mirrorless Art series lenses. Does the new 24mm F1.4 DG DN continue the streak?