See what Pro Moviemaker's editor thought of this compact timelapse device.
This neat and adaptable monopod from Benro offers a steadying hand to filmmakers looking for some extra help without the inconvenience and time consuming set-up of a tripod.
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Overclockers puts together bespoke computer packages that are ostensibly aimed at serious gamers. This isn’t such a strange connection as it might sound, because many gamers’ requirements, such as a state-of-the-art graphics card and a powerful processor, are similarly useful for those with shed loads of high resolution footage to deal with.
The Aptaris is an adjustable frame that’s designed to accomodate nearly all DSLRs, mirrorless cameras or small form camcorders that have a shoe mount and tripod thread positioned along a common axis. Using nothing more technologically challenging than a hex key you can adjust the cage to precisely fit the camera you’re working with.
See what we thought of this innovative slider offering a curved and straight track in one unit.
Can something that’s free be useful? That’s the intriguing question raised by the launch of the new DaVinci Resolve 12 software package, so we set out to find exactly what it has to offer