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2018 Camera Comparison Chart – Courtesy of Tom Fletcher & Gary Adcock
This awesome reference is an annual favorite. It is compiled by Thomas Fletcher and Gary Adock with information gathered from numerous conversations with various cinematographers, rental houses, and manufacturers. Thanks for sharing it with us, Tom and Gary! Please report discrepancies to [email protected] It is our sincere goal to have […]
Z Systems Is Now An Apple Affiliate
Support Z Systems and get great direct deals from Apple! Just click on these links below to be directed to Apple’s website. They will process and fulfill your order and throw a little bit of change our way. Feel free to share this with colleagues, friends, and family. Thanks!
Follow @zsystemsinc at #InfoComm18
On Wednesday, June 6th and Thursday, June 7th, Jeremy Hauer and Freddie Gotfredson from Z Systems will be attending InfoComm 2018! According to the InfoComm website, “InfoComm is the largest, most exciting event in North America focused on the pro-AV industry, with 1,000 exhibitors, thousands of products, and 44,000 attendees […]
What’s The Difference Between UHS-I and UHS-II SDXC Cards?
… and why do I care? It’s all about purchasing a card that is fast enough for your video or still camera, and hopefully not buying more than you need, since everything seems to get cheaper on a daily basis. I pulled Keith Mullin aka ‘Da Professor’ aside for a […]
What’s The Difference Between USB-C, and Thunderbolt 3?
The new iMacs and MacBook Pros have confused me enough with all these new connectors, that I thought I’d try and make some sense out of it. Here is what I found out: USB Type C really describes a connector plug shape: USB Type C USB Type B USB Type […]
Lunch Seminar This Wednesday – “What Should My B Camera be?”
Whether you are shooting on an FS5 or an F55, you have invested a lot of your capital in the right camera for your work. But now your client wants a second camera angle on interviews, or you’re going on location where your big camera rig can’t go, or you […]