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Sony White Balance Tutorial

Hot To Set White Balance – Sony FX3 + A7SIII

  How to use the white balance tools on Sony mirrorless cameras when shooting video. I demonstrate all of the white balancing tools including the auto white balance, presets and custom settings on my Sony FX3. I then show how I use these tools to set white balance when shooting...

How to Expose Sony FX3

How to use Sony Exposure Tools for Video

  In this video I describe how to use the Sony exposure tools on Sony mirrorless cameras when shooting video. I demonstrate all of the exposure metering tools including the multi meter, zebras and Histogram on my Sony FX3. I then show how I set my exposure when shooting in...

Zitay Sony NP-F Charger Review

Zitay NPF Battery Charger Review

In this post I take a look at the ZITAY NPF Battery Charger.   Sony NPF batteries have became a staple in videography powering everything from cameras through to lighting and monitors. I use various sizes of NP-F batteries with my Atomos Ninja V and Atomos Shinobi monitors as well...

Tilta VND vs Vaxis IRND

Vaxis IRND Filter Review – Fixed vs Variable ND for the Tilta Mirage

Having recently purchased and reviewed the Tilta Mirage Matte Box I wanted to try out some of the 95mm Vaxis IRND fixed ND filters to see how they compare to using the Tilta VND. Choosing the Filters I decided to purchase three of the Vaxis IRND filters, the 0.6 at 2...

Tlta Mirage Matte Box Review

Tilta Mirage VND Matte Box Review

I’ve been considering the new Mirage Matte Box from Tilta for a while now because they’ve added couple of features that might tip the balance between functionality and practicality on smaller cameras like my Sony FX3. The main thing that attracted me was the option of a variable ND and...

180° Shutter Angle

180° Shutter Angle – Why I don’t use it for 50/60p

What is 180° Shutter? Shutter Angle stems from early movie cameras which had a spinning disk between the lens and the film. Part of the disk would be removed letting the light though when it passed between the lens and the film.  As the disk rotated the light was stopped...