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Tether Tools StrapMoore Neoprene Straps. Great for strapping batteries and power bricks to stands

Tether Tools StrapMoore Neoprene Straps. Great for strapping batteries and power bricks to stands

July 20, 20172 Comments

I found these inexpensive Tether Tools StrapMoore neoprene straps for getting the power brick off the floor and on the light stand. They work great and cost only $19. I use one for my Aputure Light Storm and another on my tripod to hold a large battery to power my a7rii. It works really well […]

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Sony introduces 18-110mm Super 35mm / APS-C lens with power zoom capability

Sony introduces 18-110mm Super 35mm / APS-C lens with power zoom capability

September 9, 20160 Comments

Sony introduces a new high performance 18-110mm Super 35mm / APS-C cinema lens for the s35 or APS-C format that’s designed to work best with s35 cameras like the FS7 and FS5  and hybrids swell like the a6300 since but, is it worth the hefty price tag of $3,500? I’m not sure but it does look […]

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Sony a6300 1.10 Update Fixes Overheating in Stills Mode, but what about Video?

Sony a6300 1.10 Update Fixes Overheating in Stills Mode, but what about Video?

August 5, 20162 Comments

I had a feeling Sony would address the overheating issue with the a6300 and today looks to be the day. Firmware 1.10 is now available to download and install HERE. Unfortunately I don’t have my copy anymore. I just couldn’t use the camera reliably for my type of work without having it overheat in UHD […]

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I Tried to Solve The a6300 Overheating Issue When Shooting 4K Video

I Tried to Solve The a6300 Overheating Issue When Shooting 4K Video

June 29, 201643 Comments

I’ve updated this post twice since it was published so if you’ve already read it go to the bottom of the post starting with UPDATE header for new info. I’m not sure the faster cards are helping. Today’s testing was crazy and I was getting wildly inconsistent results. Please go to Test In Progress  in red […]

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