What shutter speed for filming moving subjects? A common question from those just getting into video with their DSLRs and Mirrorless systems. In this feature, Ali takes a look at the relationship between shutter speed and framerates.
In most situations your camera’s light meter can properly read the brightness of a scene and suggest the optimum exposure settings to capture a great image with a nice range of tones. But as intelligent as camera technology is these days, there are still those times where it gets confused.
We would all love to have a brand-new lens for our camera, but the reality is you can save yourself a small fortune by purchasing your next optic second-hand. Below we offer some quick tips for helping you choose the best option when buying a second-hand lens for your camera.
The DJI Mavic Air made headlines when announced because of its compact design. Clever engineering allows you to fold the propellers into drone’s body for portability. But as we’ve heard from some readers, how to unfold the DJI Mavic Air and fold it back again isn’t as obvious as it sounds.
There are two ways in which you can capture a timelapse with the Nikon D850: via its Interval Shooting mode or its Timelapse Movie mode. In this Nikon D850 timelapse tutorial we’ll show you how to set up your camera to create videos using both the Timelapse Movie and Interval Shooting modes