New Cameras And Photography Innovations

New Cameras and Newest Innovations In Photography Equipment by Kyle Fiechter.


Choosing The Best Microphone For The Job In DSLR Audio

Looking for a great microphone for your DSLR camera? If you are switching from photography to video, there is a lot to learn. Audio is an important part of video and there are many options for microphones, each with their own purpose. Here are the ones I recommend...

Old Nikon Lenses Are Better For DSLR Video

Old Nikon lenses are an attractive option for Canon and Nikon DSLR filmmakers because of their build quality, optical quality and price.

Adapt Old Lenses To New Cameras To Save Money

Now that DSLRs are being used for video as well, the issue of using Nikon glass on a Canon body is increasingly popular, due to the benefits of using older Nikon lenses (see previous post). You can save a lot of money by purchasing Nikon lenses as opposed to professional cinema lenses (like the Zeiss ZE series== for Canon DSLRs).

Choosing The Best Lens For DSLR Video

When choosing a lens for your DSLR, there are various features to consider to make a wise investment. Though there is not one lens that fits all scenarios, you can make wise choises to invest in a few pieces of quality glass that will cover every situation.

Shortfalls And Solutions Of DSLR Lenses For HDSLR Video

DSLR lenses are designed for still photography, not video. Learn the shortfalls of still lenses to make wise choices in purchasing lenses and composing your shots. And consider a couple products that can reduce the problems.

How to Choose Shutter Speed For Video On Your DSLR

If you want to create a natural-looking video, choose shutter speeds according to the 180 degree shutter rule used by filmmakers. Learn what the 180 degree shutter rule is and how to use it.

How Cameras Sensors Work And The Benefits of HDSLR Sensors for HD Video

Knowing how digital cameras work will help you make wise decisions when purchasing a camera and creating images. Learn why larger sensors are better for capturing video and how they work.

Clearing Up The Noise Part II: Solutions For Capturing Quality DSLR Audio

DSLR cameras are not equipped to record high-quality audio, but a few improvements can turn your scratch-track DSLR audio to production-ready audio.

Clearing Up The Noise Part I: Shortfalls In Capturing DSLR Audio

Capturing quality audio is half the story when creating video; even more so at a concert or other live event. DSLR cameras are not up to par for five (correctable) reasons.

Bringing HDSLR Shortfalls Into Focus: Focusing Systems And Techniques

The three-inch LCD on the back of the camera is not a great tool for manually controlling focus. However, sharp focus can be achieved on HDSLR cameras.