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Pro Photo Rental

Introducing the A7R IV - Now Available to Rent
By Zac Henderson

The A7R IV is a statement camera body boasting a gargantuan 61 megapixels of resolution via its full frame 35mm Exmor R back illuminated CMOS sensor which is alone worth writing home about.

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Choosing a Stabilizer for Video
By Zac Henderson

There are a plethora of options available, so this post will serve as an overview for different modes of stabilization with the intention of releasing future posts detailing specifics of each.

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Why You Should Rent Medium Format
By Zac Henderson

Nearly any modern camera system is going to more than likely give you what you need to get the job done right. That is, until you require the absolute best in still image quality. That’s when you should be turning your head towards a medium format solution like our Phase One IQ3 100MP kit. What is medium format, you ask? Great question.

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What's The Difference Between DSLRs and Cinema Cameras?
By Zac Henderson

Indeed, DSLR and Mirrorless bodies record quality video with no sign of developmental stagnation, however, they fall well short of outright replacing dedicated video cameras. Here's why.

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File Storage - Staying Organized During a Shoot
By Zac Henderson

File organization and backup is easily the least interesting aspect of being a photographer or videographer, yet it is simultaneously the most important. Maintaining proper backups and organization of your files while on the job is crucial to ensure your data doesn’t get lost, overwritten, or accidentally deleted.

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What Does It Mean To Shoot In LOG?
By Zac Henderson

Let's talk about LOG shooting, which is essentially RAW shooting for video.

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Hands On With The Nikon Z7
By Zac Henderson

The mirrorless crusade continues and is showing no signs of slowing down. Nikon finally realized the significance of the market and decided to throw their hat in the ring with their Z series full frame mirrorless camera bodies back in 2018, the Z6 and the Z7, as well as with the introduction of a corresponding lens mount unsurprisingly named the Z mount.

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Video Frame Rate Intro and Comparison
By Zac Henderson

Video takes most of the principles of still photography and then throws them into a bag with time, movement, compatibility, playback, editing, and ridiculous jargon. Then it shakes the bag up and dumps it out all over the table like a low country boil. It's beyond delicious, but there’s a lot going on. You can go as far down the rabbit hole as you like, but to get started in video you only need to grasp a few basic principles. One of those non-negotiable principles is frame rate.

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Gear for Your Summer Travel
By Zac Henderson

Chances are, if you’re taking the time and effort to sit in a car or squeeze yourself into a plane for hours on end you’re likely going somewhere interesting (at least we hope). If that’s the case then you’ll probably want to capture, document, and otherwise commemorate the trip. If only there were a way to paint a picture instantly of all the cool things you would see… Cameras! Cameras. Ahem… You’ll probably be taking a camera with you.

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Astrophotography Part 2: Getting More Out of Your Images
By Zac Henderson

Like we discussed in the first post, sometimes it can be a good decision to capture some foreground interest in your image of the night sky to turn the image into a landscape. This has the effect of providing depth and perspective to the image. This is a good choice, however because the night sky is so dark there’s likely little light hitting your foreground. A fully blocked up foreground silhouetted against the night sky can be done purposefully and, depending on the silhouette, can be quite pleasing. However, if you’d like to capture information in your foreground you’ll run into issues.

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