Blackmagic is not a perfect company, but their products, when they finally do ship, are impressive and a great value. The Ursa Mini 4.6K is a great example of that as you can see below. Our verdict: It’s not an Alexa but it gets closer to an Alexa than we ever expected for a fraction of the price.
This is LG’s flagship OLED and it’s getting good reviews and is said to have exceptional image quality. We appreciate the emphasis on dynamic range and no doubt it’s an exceptional TV, but $8000 for a 65 inch exceptional?
Like the RX10 Mark II this camera has a lot of potential, especially with its nice lens. But with the price upped to $1500, no 4K 60P, and the image quality not being as good as we hoped it would be, we feel this is more of a special use camera.
This video gives a good example of what is possible with this camera. It’s a great compact camera, especially given its zoom range relative to its competitors of similar sizes.
Settings as mentioned by the video author:
Action in and around Washington Square Park in NYC. Acrobatics, jazz, interviews, and urban wildlife. Shot in “Natural” Photo Style, -5 contrast, -5 saturation, and -1 NR. Graded in Sony Vegas Pro.
In regards to what cameras this is comptabile with, the hack author notes:
This app should be compatible with all Sony cameras supporting PlayMemories Camera Apps.
The risk is your own of course if you use such hacks and make sure you understand what you’re getting into.
Users are reporting getting 90 minutes on the Sony A7s II, over an hour on the Sony A7r II and the Sony A6300 and over 2.5 hours on the Sony RX10-II, for example.
Now that the weather is nicer we expect to see more drone footage and more drone products. This short video shows the capabilities of the DJI Phantom 3:
Plus a test of autofocus with the Sony 18-105 lens: