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What about us HDRiG is a camera accessories manufacturer. For many years, we have been designing for professionals to produce high quality camera accessories. Also as a custom factory, we have cooperated with many brands such as Camvate and have been widely recognized. If you are interested in any of our products or would like to discuss a custom order, please feel free to contact us. We are looking forward to forming successful business relationships with new clients. How about our product We have researched and manufactured photographic apparatus for years. We have our own factory. All of our products comply with international quality standards and have subject to strict quality testing procedures before being sent to customers. SO we are greatly appreciated in a variety of different markets throughout the world. Where to buy This is a website for wholesale and customized . If you are purchasing in bulk or customizing, please send the email to sales@hdrig.com to discuss prices, quantities, details, etc. If you are a personal customer, please send the product name to sales@hdrig.com and we will provide you the purchase link. For cooperation, please send the email to admin@hdrig.com.
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Sony Just Announced 2 New APS-C Mirrorless Cameras
Sony Just Announced 2 New APS-C Mirrorless Cameras
Sep 06
Sony has announced two new APS-C mirrorless cameras: the flagship A6600 and the lower-tier A6100. A6600 is the new flagship of Sony's APS-C format camera. It features a new BIONZ X image processing system, which gives a 1.8x gain in data processing speeds over the A6500. But like A6500, A6600 also features 5-axis in-body image stabilization, a 24.2-megapixel APS-C Exmor CMOS image sensor, and super-fast autofocus (AF), which can find the subject in 0.02 seconds. A6600 uses 425 phase- and 425-contrast-detect points covering 84% of the image area to track fast-moving subjects. Offering the latest Real-time Tracking AF including Real-time Tracking AF, Real-time Eye AF for both humans and animals, and support for all these continuous focus modes during movie shooting. A6600 has adopted the larger NP-FZ100 Battery Pack found in the most recent a7 and a9 series full-frame cameras. This offers 2.2x the power of its predecessor—good for up to 810 shots per CIPA standards when using the LCD. And it added a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is allowing for monitoring of audio during video recording. A6100 as an entry-level model, it is surprising how many features of its bigger siblings have been retained. It has a 24.2MP Exmor APS-C CMOS sensor, 425-point system, 0.02 second lock-on times, UHD 4K recording and etc. Both of these cameras will be released later this year. The A6100 will release in October and the A6600 will release in November. A6100 will cost $750 for the body and A6600 will cost $1,400, in the US. Sony is also releasing two lightweight E-mount lenses later this year that are compatible with these cameras and its other APS-C cameras: the E 16-55mm (F/2.8) will cost $1,400 when it launches in October. The E 70-355mm with a variable f/4.5-6.3 will follow in November for $1,000. (Image Source: Sony / BH Photo)
Panasonic--Meet the New Lumix DC-S1H Camera
Panasonic--Meet the New Lumix DC-S1H Camera
Aug 30
Video has never been this good in a full-frame mirrorless camera. Panasonic’s Lumix mirrorless cameras are widely regarded as the best choice for anyone looking to create a beautiful video within a low budget. Recently, the company is proud to announce the newest full-frame mirrorless camera, the LUMIX S1H, which with higher quality and resolution, and once again proves that Panasonic is willing to give filmmakers the features they need. LUMIX S1H is a full-frame shooter capable of recording 6K video at 24fps.The fresh iteration of the Lumix S1. As the world's first camera capable of video recording at 6K/24p (3:2 aspect ratio), 5.9K/30p (16:9 aspect ratio), and 10-bit 60p 4K/C4K. The Lumix S1H scheduled to launch in the fall. It combines the video quality of a professional camera and the high mobility of a mirrorless camera. This bump in resolution capability should be a big help for people shooting 4K too, as it will allow them to crop in or apply video stabilization without losing image quality as they otherwise would. The LUMIX S1H features V-Log/V-Gamut with a wide dynamic range of 14+ stops, which should help it capture detail even in extremely dark or bright sections of a scene. It is virtually the same as those of the Panasonic Cinema VariCam. Designed under consistent color management, the S1H's recorded footage is compatible with V-Log footage recorded by VariCam or the LUMIX GH5/GH5S. Lumix S1H has a LED rear screen with tilting/free-angle mechanism design which can be rotated to make it useful for vlogging and other similar applications. The LCD also boasts excellent specs, with a 2.33m-dot resolution and large 3.2" dimensions. An interesting change is the use of two SD card slots, as opposed to the XQD/SD combo of the other S Series bodies. These are speedy UHS-II V90 slots and having them matched will make media management easier for filmmakers desiring to use simultaneous recording or automatic switching settings. Using 5-axis sensor-shift technology and Dual I.S. 2.0 with supported lenses, the Lumix DC-S1H can compensate for up to 6 or 6.5 stops of camera shake. This is useful for video and stills shooting and will help ensure sharp imagery. Durability is another selling point of the S Series, with splash and dust-resistant construction. Finally, the camera is equipped with the L lens mount. This permits the use of a wide range of lenses from the L-Mount Alliance, with Leica and Sigma, and its short flange distance makes adapting lenses easier. This means you can adapt some classic lenses from your old SLR and DSLRs or even get adapters to work with professional PL-mount cinema lenses. It is the final piece that makes the Lumix DC-S1H an effective tool for stills and video. The Lumix S1H is priced at US$3,999 and is expected to be available at the end of September, while the new Lumix S Pro lens is priced at US$2,200.  Source: ProAV TV
Blackmagic Design New Pocket Film Camera BMPCC 6K with Super 35 Sensor and EF Mount
Blackmagic Design New Pocket Film Camera BMPCC 6K with Super 35 Sensor and EF Mount
Aug 15
On August 9, Blackmagic Design has launched a new Pocket Film Camera Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K for US$2,495. As a follow-up to the 4K video powerhouse it released last year, the 6K has a similar look and size to the 4K, such as dual native ISO up to 25,600, 13 stops of dynamic range, 3D LUT support, a large, bright 5" screen, and professional audio support with four microphones, and all the same ports and media features. But now it features a Canon EF mount. BMPCC 6K camera has a full Super 35 size HDR picture sensor records resolutions up to 6144 x 3456 at 50 fps. It can document in industry-standard 10-bit Apple ProRes as much as 4K or in 12-bit Blackmagic RAW video — a format that may protect the quality of sensor data — as much as 6K. Additionally, it may record full-resolution videos at up to 60fps. The camera’s EF lens mount operates with lenses from various brands like Canon, Sigma, and Zeiss so that you can use your present collection. And from its larger sensor and EF mount, you may be able to capture photographs with a more superficial depth of field than its predecessor can, with themes that stand out more against a blurred background. 23.10mm × 12.99mm (Super 35) Canon EF 13 Stops Up to 6,144 x 3.456 (6K) 50fps Up to 6,144 x 2,560 (6K 2.4:1) 60fps Up to 5,744 x 3.024 (5.7K 17:9) 60fps Up to 4,096 × 2,160 (4K DCI) 60fps Up to 3,840 x 2,160 (Ultra HD) 60fps Up to 3,728 x 3,104 (3.7K 6:5 variant) 60fps Up to 2,868 × 1,512 (2.8K 17:9) 120fps Up to 1,920 × 1,080 120fps 100 to 25,600 (Expanded) 5-inch (1,920 x 1,080)  1 x CFast 2.0 Card Slot 1 x SDXC UHS-II Card Slot 1 x HDMI Output 1 x Mini XLR Mic/Line Level (+48 V Phantom Power) Input 1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Stereo Mic/Line Level Input 1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Stereo Headphone Output Canon LP-E6 About 45 minutes (recorded in CFast 2.0, 6K RAW, 24fps, screen brightness 50%) 178.1×101.3×96mm Source: Blackmagic Design
Fujifilm NEW 102 Megapixel Camera GFX 100
Fujifilm NEW 102 Megapixel Camera GFX 100
Aug 09
The Fujifilm company has officially launched its medium-format, mirrorless camera-- GFX100 in India. Earlier this May, Fujifilm said that this is the world's first medium-format model that offers a back-illuminated sensor with phase detection pixels, in-body image stabilization (IBIS) mechanism and 4K/30P video recording capability. The camera is available in India for Rs. 7,86,999. The GFX 100 has a full-sized body and weighing in at roughly 1.36kg which is quite light. When you switch shooting orientations, you get a secondary shutter button and dial on the bottom right corner. The controls at the back look very similar to those on the Fujifilm X-T3 as there's a similar, dual-hinged 3.2-inch touchscreen with a 2.36 million dot resolution. There's a removable OLED EVF, with a high 5.76-million dot resolution. The Fujifilm GFX 100 body is also dust and weather resistant and is built using a magnesium alloy. The dials for shutter speed and ISO have been swapped for a LCD display, which shows you the appropriate dials based on the shooting mode you're in. The GFX 100 has a brand-new 102-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and is powered by Fujifilm's X-Processor 4 image processor. This medium-format model while still having PDAF and 5-axis in-body stabilization. 4K video shooting is also supported, up to 30fps, or you can output 10-bit 4:2:2 uncompressed footage over HDMI. Other features include an ISO range of 100-12,800, support for 16-bit RAW files, a Type-C USB port, and two SD card slots with support for up to UHS-II speeds. Fujifilm also launched its new Premista series of cinema zoom lenses alongside the GFX100. These lenses support large-format sensors and deliver high resolution, bokeh and rich gradation with HDR. The Premista 28-100mm T2.9 will be available from August and is priced at $38,800 and the Premista 80-250mm T2.9-3.5 will be available later this year for $39,800. Source: B&H Photo Video
Sony Announced The Newest Vlogging Camera RX100 VII
Sony Announced The Newest Vlogging Camera RX100 VII
Aug 02
Following the release of the newest full-frame camera α7R IV, Sony has continued to update its portable camera RX100 VII. It maintains its body design and also equipped with the ZEISS® Vario-Sonnar T* 24–200 mm F2.8-4.5 zoom lens. It now pairs it with a new 20.1-megapixel stacked CMOS image sensor and improved buffering allowing users to capture up to 20 full-frame stills per second without viewfinder blackout so it’s easier to keep a moving subject framed. The latest RX100 has also been updated with Sony’s recent autofocus improvements. The VII now uses 357 tracking and autofocus points, compared to 315 with the VI, and it can lock onto a subject in just 0.02 seconds which is a full 0.01 second faster than its predecessor. Sony also claims the RX100 VII is the first time the company’s real-time autofocus tracking is being implemented in a compact camera, automatically focusing on the eyes of human or animal subjects. In addition, the RX100 VII supports 3.5mm microphone input and improvements made to both digital and optical image stabilization while capturing 4K video at 30 frames per second, 120 frames per second at 1080P, or up to 960 frames per second with the video resolution dropped considerably lower than HD. It also adds real-time tracking and eye autofocus while recording video, which will be especially useful with an external mic that won’t capture the sounds of the camera’s internals in the process. Rounding out the improvements is a built-in software intervalometer for capturing timelapse photography without the need for purchasing and downloading a separate app to the camera, as well as a new shooting grip kit targeted at vloggers. The Sony RX100 VII will ship sometime in August for $1,200 and the Shooting Grip Kit includes the camera and the VCT-SGR1, is expected to be launched later this year. Sale at $1,300. Source: Sony Camera
Best 5 Camera Accessories For Filmmaker
Best 5 Camera Accessories For Filmmaker
Jul 25
CAMERA BAG If you are a beginner in photography, who has got a small camera body and a single lens like an entry-level DSLR or mirrorless camera, a bag may not seem necessary. Because a camera bag isn’t going to help you take better pictures. But it's a good way to protect your equipment and keeps rain and dust away. And when you build up your kit of lenses and accessories you'll find that you need something to keep it all together and make it easier to carry. Camera backpacks are a great way to carry heavy kit over long distances. It could help you take more pictures. The choice of camera bag depends on your personal preferences and the equipment you carry, but it's important to think about how much photographic gear you have. It must allow some spare capacity for future purchases. TRIPOD A good tripod is necessary for low light, night scenes and landscape shots. It is an important part of your camera arsenal. Because it lets the camera to be at the right angle and keeping it absolutely still to get clear, detailed images. The tripod supports your camera and other equipment, so the stability and strength are the first. Don't try to buy a cheap, fragile tripod, which can cause damage to your camera equipment or blurry photos due to instability. The clip lock on the tripod leg are good for quick deployment, but the twist lock takes up less space and is therefore slightly better when you are transporting the tripod. Aluminum tripods are usually cheaper than carbon fiber, but they are also heavier to carry. Extra Battery Extra batteries are an essential accessory and will definitely come in handy. When you buy a camera, the entire budget is usually spent on the body and lens - so people rarely think of buying a spare battery from the beginning. However, it is a very important addition to your camera bag, because the backup battery allows you to continue shooting when the camera is running out of battery - and you can charge other batteries during this time. A dedicated camera battery handle is a good choice. It can install two batteries at the same time, which not only makes the camera's vertical mode more convenient but also prolongs the camera's shooting time. Camera cage Why does the camera cage is necessary? There are many reasons for it. Camera is a precision instrument that also very expensive. It’s a huge harm if the camera falls down accidentally when using it. Camera is a precision instrument that also very expensive. When using the camera, if you accidentally drop the camera, it is easy to cause damage. The camera cage is designed to protect the camera from injury. Cage is generally made of sturdy aluminum alloy. It is light in weight and not easily destroyed in the event of an impact. The design of the cage fits the camera body, which not only facilitates the replacement of the bottom battery, but also provides a large number of additional mounting holes for accessory mounting.
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