The new Zoom H5 XLR audio recorder is now in stock and shipping. This is the follow-up to the popular Zoom H4n. The zoom H5 is also compatible with the higher-end Zoom H5 mic modules. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
While Photography Bay won’t be at Cine Gear Expo 2014, I wanted to bring you similar coverage as you saw from the NAB 2014 Live Blog. Over the next few days (through June 8), Mitch from planet5D, Lan Bui, Michael Artsis and Tony Reale of NextWaveDV, among others, will be bringing you live coverage from Cine Gear Expo on Photography Bay’s Live page.
Just hit it up for auto-refreshed goodness of the latest HDSLR and other cinema gear news from the Cine Gear Expo. Again, here’s the link to the Cine Gear Expo 2014 Live Blog.
The Zoom H4n has been the go-to external recorder since the whole HDSLR craze started. Zoom has recently announced a couple of new external audio recorders in recent months – with the Zoom H5 being the entry-level and more direct replacement for the H4n. B&H now has the Zoom H5 available for pre-order with availability set for July 28, 2014. You can find it here at B&H Photo.
B&H has the Tascam DR-60D XLR recorder with the Rode NTG-1 shotgun mic for $499.99. Additionally, you get PluralEyes 3, a SD card, shock mount and XLR cable in the bundle. The NTG-1 mic alone is a $250 mic. It’s a great shotgun mic. It’s not as nice as the NTG-3; however, that’s a $700 mic. There’s quite a bit of value in this kit. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
The Comodo Orbit is another fresh take in the camera stabilization market. For many years, Steadicam and Glidecam models have remained mostly static in the fundamental ways they are constructed and operated. Now, the Comodo Orbit rig has come along and shaken up the basic single-gimbal designs we are accustomed with a new two gimbal design. [Read more…]
indiSYSTEM is known for its ultra-affordable HDSLR sliders and jibs. Now, the company has unveiled a new $179 B camera rig, dubbed the B-ROLL’r Rig. [Read more…]