Josh Wiese perfectly captured the US solar eclipse on Monday with the Sony FS7 and Atomos Ninja Flame monitor recorder and a Nikon 600mm lens with a doubler to take it to 1200mm. Check out how he did it, and the amazing footage, below.
NASA has revealed an immersive 360˚ video of the North American total solar eclipse, following the live stream of the global phenomenon on Monday. The eclipse is one of the most widely-viewed astronomical event in the social media era and the first USA coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in 99 years.
Nikon’s all-new D850 DSLR not only comes with a new, full-frame 45.7MP BSI CMOS sensor with no low pass filter but has video spec that may not ne ground-breaking, but is as good as it gets from Nikon.
There is full-frame 4K recording at 24/25/30p, 120fps shooting in HD, focus peaking in HD, zebra stripes, mic and headphone sockets, a tilting 3.2" 2.36M-dot touchscreen and uncompressed 4:2:2 8-bit 4K HDMI output. There’s dual card slots: one SD and one XQD, as used on the Nikon D4 and D5 and Sony FS7 camera.
The D850 also offers the 153-point AF system from the flagship D5, ISO from 64-25,600 (expandable to 32 or up to 102,400). The D850's magnesium alloy body is weather sealed, and illuminated controls. It will go on sale on September 7 £3,499.99/ $3299.95 body only.
Camera giant RED recently revealed it is to make its own Android-powered smartphone that would take lots of accessories to turn it into a serious filmmaking cameras, as well as having a holographic screen. Details were very scant, and the photo was a dark shot showing a rendering of what it may look like. Now they've released a prototype to a YouTube blogger Marques Brownlee who's got a hands-on with it.
Famous Hollywood DP Rodney Charters has used the new Atomos Sumo 19-inch monitor recorder to shoot YooTube Star Kai Wong in a video starring fashion model Maria Sergejva. The full details are: