Looking for the ultimate professional camera? Then the Nikon D4S ($6500) might just fit the bill. The ultra-powerful DSLR features a 16.2-megapixel full-frame image sensor thats been paired with Nikon’s Expeed 4 image processor. All this means is that this camera is much better at shooting in low light conditions than its predecessors, even if you need a faster shutter speed. It also has a buffer that’s big enough to hold 200 large JPEG frames before it’s filled up. And if you’re a video buff the Nikon D4S can shoot 1920 x 1080 footage at 60 fps. The Nikon D4S is now available for pre-order.
We’ve all been waiting for Moment to jump on the mobile anamorphic lens bandwagon and they’ve finally done it. Moment has just started their Kickstarter campaign for their filmmaker’s collection. They’re offering an iPhone battery case, a gimbal counterweight, a filter mount, and the star of the show a Moment Anamorphic Lens ($119). They’re offering ...[Read More]