If you're new to shooting with a DSLR, here are some things you'll need to know about lenses.
Image Sensors Featured
Learn what an image sensor is and what it does! Why is it important to know about when you're buying your camera?
Always Remember Memory Cards!
A breakdown of the in-camera storage devices for your videos - memory cards!
Exploring Hard Drives
Hard drives are essential to improve the workflow of any editor, and to preserve projects. We know the thought of hard drives may not ignite your creative passions, so we took the liberty of researching the tech specs behind those expensive little boxes for you.
Display Tech: LCD vs. Plasma
Let us guide you through the haze of marketing and tech terms to understand how LCD and Plasma displays compare.
Do you like color? Do you like detail? It's time to step your game up by shooting with a polarizing filter. Not sure what that is? We won't hold it against you. Just read on!
Do More With Your DSLR II: Building a Rig Featured
When it comes to DSLRs, rigs are all the rage. Find out what they are, how to use one, and other great tips for keeping your shots stable from the Bui brothers!
What is a neutral density filter? Featured
A neutral density filter may sound like some sort of fancy starship technology, but it's actually just a piece of glass you can attach to the end of your camera lens. Find out what it is and why it's sometimes used in capturing imagery.
DIY 35mm Build Explanation - A Quick Walk Through
This is a brief but detailed description of a 35mm adapter I built for my Canon HF200. I built it for under $20 Australian (excluding the focusing screen and the Lens), using parts…
Kessler CineSlider Portable Dolly System Review
http://www.tomguilmette.com I have had a few days to play with the Kessler CineSlider. So far, I really like it. Take a look at this video review of the very portable and easy to…
NEXTO DI NVS2500 Video Review
Video review of the NEXTO DI NVS2500 portable backup / archive drive. Thanks to my lovely girlfriend Sylvi for manning the 5D, directing me and putting up with the freezing cold conditions. All…
HDSLR Switronix Remote Start/Stop
With the growing popularity of HDSLRs, weve gotten a lot of questions about doing remote start/stop with these cameras. Today Switronix announced their new Flex DSLR remote, which allows…
How to use Glidecam with Steadicam arm and vest - Tutorial by Ritwika
Glidecam 2000 is an excellent camera stabilizer which can handle bigger cameras like Canon 5D mark ii. It is very difficult to handheld the whole contraption as it is heavy. The solution…
How to load the Bolex H16 Rex 4 16mm camera
A short guide to loading the Bolex camera.
Loading the Arriflex S Camera
The Arri S is a fantastic and versatile MOS 16mm camera. It can shoot a rock-steady, pin registered image. It's also built like a tank—most S Cameras are more than 35 years old!
Fenway HD Camera - Sony HDC-910 - Canon 75x
Check out more from Fenway Park here: http://www.tomguilmette.com/wp/my-blog/archives/2794 I shoot the Red Sox for a living in HD. I enjoy working with expensive and state-of-the-art…
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