Falcon Eyes Bi-Color RX-18TD // Real World Review

Falcon Eyes Bi-Color RX-18TD // Real World Review

The FalconEyes RX-18TD might be a pain in the butt to say, but it sure is an impressive light.

I’ve taken the FalconEyes light on two commercial jobs now, so I thought it’s time I gave it a proper, real-world, real life review. With real results. Because that’s what we’re all about on this site!

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Sharp 8k Micro Four Thirds Camera 2019?!

Sharp 8k Micro Four Thirds Camera 2019?!

Sharp are bringing out an 8k camera with a micro four thirds sensor?!

Well this has come out of nowhere! After so much speculation on whether a micro four thirds sensor even could produce 8k video, here we have a prototype camera — from a new manufacturer! — that can?

What a time to be a Micro Four Nerd.

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Zhiyun Weebill Lab VS Zhiyun Crane Plus

Zhiyun Weebill Lab VS Zhiyun Crane Plus

If you’ve been around here a while, you’ll know it’s no secret how much I love my Zhiyun Crane Plus.

I’ve had a whole host of gimbals in the past, from the Crane 2 to the tiny Crane M, and for my setup the Crane Plus is absolutely my “Goldilocks Gimbal”.

So the Zhiyun Weebill Lab has some big boots to fill.

How does it compare?

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Luminar: 4 Killer features to make your photos better

Luminar: 4 Killer features to make your photos better

I’ve used Luminar for about 6 months now, and I have to say, I’m very impressed. You get so much bang for your buck with a one off payment. No more monthly subscriptions! Wooo! It has gotten faster and more efficient with every update, and I can say with confidence it now runs like an absolute dream on my machine. Everything about this software is designed to be user friendly and FAST.

I’ve done some video tutorials over on my channel, but I’ll go through some of my favourite features for you now if you’re still on the fence.

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Meike 25mm 1.8 review (2018)

Meike 25mm 1.8 review (2018)

I've reviewed a few Meike lenses recently, and they all share some amazing qualities. They're all built like tanks: full metal build, nice heavy feel to them, and they're all incredibly sharp. The Meike 25mm 1.8 is no different. It also brings a few new interesting characteristics to the table.

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