The sixth edition in 2nd season of Lens Curator brings you 4 new excerpts from the world of photography and videography. This month we take a look at new Canon c200, new format from Google called VR180, LED shootout, the death of Lexar cards and a cool Sundisc diffusor for field photography.
C200 – a new star in Canon cinema cameras line-up
Nesting between C100MarkII and C300markII, the new C200 brings 4K footage, ND filters, great touch screen, and it can also record Canon’s Cinema RAW Light internally. Great camera packed with great features, but also with a hefty price at 7500$. Don’t forget that Blackmagic Design URSA Mini Pro 4.6K costs ‘only’ 6.000$.
2017 LED shootout
If you’re in the market for new LED lights – don’t miss this video! Director of Photography Timur Civan compares 28 lights ranging in price from $599 to $10K.
Lexar is dead?
Almost everyone in the photo/video business uses Lexar or SanDisk memory cards. When Lexar’s mother company, Micron Technology, announced that they are about to discontinue its removable media storage business, a lot of videographers and photographers shed a tear or two. This is still not fully confirmed but chances are that SanDisk will rule the memory storage kingdom in the near future.
Sundisc – The Ultra Portable Softbox Reflector
The Sundisc is an ultra-portable softbox and reversible reflector that sits directly on your Speedlight and fits in your camera bag.