Throughout the 14-minute video, Nino Leitner of Cinema5D covers nearly every component of the camera. He starts by explaining where exactly the FX9 fits into Sony’s lineup and then dives into all of the new features, including the various sensor modes, the new S-Cinetone Picture Profile, the new dual-base ISO and much more.
Leitner also interviewed Yasuo Ueda-san, head camera designer at Sony, if you want even more insight the FX9 and its development process.
The Canon G5 X Mark II earns a Silver Award with its very good image quality, flexibility and the overall engaging experience of using the camera. However, if you need the very best in autofocus and video, other options may suit you better. Find out all the details in our full G5 X II review.
360 photos and video can be very useful for certain applications (as well as having fun). The Vuze is an affordable 360 camera that supports both 2D and 3D (stereo vision) capture, and might be the best option for someone wanting to experiment with the 360 format.
The Mikme Pocket is a portable wireless mic with particular appeal to smartphone users looking to up their game and improve the quality of recorded audio without the cost or complexity or traditional equipment.
The EOS M6 Mark II renews Canon’s commitment to making small, enthusiast-friendly APS-C mirrorless cameras. With 4K video, 30 fps Raw bursts and additional controls, it’s a big step forward from its predecessor. And perhaps more interesting than the EOS 90D.