Saturday, March 6, 2021

Sony FX3 Cinema Line Camera Misses the Mark

Image Credit: Sony
The Sony ILME-FX3 is the newest camera to join the company's Cinema Line alongside the FX6, FX9, and Venice. 

As expected, the Sony FX3 is very similar to the Sony a7S III mirrorless camera. I could continue writing about what this camera is, but there are already countless numbers of articles and YouTube videos covering that. 

Instead, here are the things Sony needs to add in a firmware update to make this camera more worthy of the Cinema Line namesake it has been given.

Friday, February 19, 2021

Sony FX6 - 240 FPS Slow Motion Sample Footage

While being snowed-in during the freak winter storm here in San Antonio, TX, I realized the falling snow would make for a perfect time to test Sony's amazing new FX6 Cinema Line camera with its beautiful 240 frames per second slow-motion.

Thursday, February 18, 2021

S-Cinetone coming to Sony a7S III via Firmware Update

Image Credit: Sony

Welp. People made enough noise about wanting it and the suits over at Sony in Japan listened. Sony's newish color profile, S-Cinetone will indeed be coming to the a7S III mirrorless camera via a firmware update to be released sometime today soon.

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Sony to Release New Cinema Line FX3 Camera

Sony Cinema Line - New Alpha Camera
Image Credit: Sony
Sony seems to be on a roll these days. Several internet leaks over the last few days have revealed that a tiny little Sony FX3 Cinema Line Camera is on the horizon. This has now been confirmed by Sony's announcement of a "New Alpha" to be released on February 23. It is said to be a "more video-oriented" a7S III, which already has hundreds of Facebook group members in an uproar. 

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Introducing the Deity V-Mic D3 Pro - Can it dethrone Rode as the best on camera mic?

I recently placed an order for the new V-Mic D3 Pro on-camera shotgun microphone from Deity Microphones. Deity is a fairly new company that has quickly caught the ears of many audio professionals with their newly refreshed line of microphones designed by professional location sound mixers. A full review will be coming as soon as the microphone arrives. I'm hoping I can retire my old Rode Videomic Pro.