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Is that a power bank in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? That was my first thought when I was introduced to this beast delivering over 462Wh of power. That’s right, 124,800mAh at 3.7V. Now don’t get me wrong, I love power. I always have a Xiaomi 20,000mAh in my backpack and […]

The post The Chargetech 124K is a beast of a power station with a 124,000mAh battery appeared first on DIY Photography.

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Last month, DIYP made the visit to NAB 2019 in Las Vegas. While I was in the neighbourhood, I decided to head to Arizona for a couple of weeks after the show ended. I’ve always wanted to explore the desert, and this was my chance! With me, I took Sigma’s “Big Three” f/2.8 Pro zoom […]

The post Shooting Sigma’s “Big Three” f/2.8 Pro zoom lenses in the Arizona desert appeared first on DIY Photography.

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I’ll be honest. I’d never heard of Hollyland when they reached out to me and asked if I could have a look at their Mars 300 wireless video transmitter (Amazon | B&H). Will I be keeping my eye out for more stuff from them after having tried read? Read on to find out.  The Mars […]

The post The Hollyland Mars 300 is an affordable HDMI transmitter with decent performance appeared first on DIY Photography.

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The Omnicharge Ultimate has a whopping capacity of 34,800mAh. This is a lot of juice. If you are looking for V-mount compatible, you’d be looking at about a 125Wh battery. But, I am jumping ahead of myself. Let’s start again. The Omnicharge Ultimate is basically a power bank on steroids. It is similar to your 10,000mHa power […]

The post The Omnicharge Ultimate is a beast of portable AC, DTAP and USB power appeared first on DIY Photography.

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I wanted to love this camera. I truly did. Here’s what I wrote a year and a half ago. The passion was there. The honeymoon lasted eight months…But already after a few weeks of ownership, I knew she wasn’t the one for me. The battery life was reason enough to get rid of this thing…But […]

The post Why I sold the Olympus Pen-F: long term review of a camera that I wanted to like appeared first on DIY Photography.

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Was there a better world out there, a world free of bullshit and insanity? Maybe. But what world have you seen that you liked better is my question to you. And once you get to the bottom of the answer, you’ll find a new kind of freedom. Heck, you might even feel like quitting your […]

The post The ultimate, long-term review of Nikon 300mm f/2.8 VR appeared first on DIY Photography.

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This is not meant as an in-depth review of the Samsung S10+. The review will chiefly discuss the cell phone’s camera capabilities from a landscape photographer’s standpoint. The first thing I noticed when I began using the Samsung S10+ was how well calibrated the screen is in terms of colors, black point and contrast. What […]

The post A landscape photographer’s review of Samsung Galaxy S10+ appeared first on DIY Photography.

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The Panasonic S1 and S1R full-frame mirrorless cameras have been discussed at great length online since their initial announcement last September at Photokina. After they launched in March, the discussion hotted up even more. People wanted to know what the photos were like, what the video was like, lens compatibility and so on. As they’ve […]

The post Review shows the Panasonic S1 is a very capable camera – Mostly appeared first on DIY Photography.

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The G-Technology Shuttle XL EV is a beast of a RAID array and has the storage and speed to deal with just about anything you can throw at it. Or so they say. As anyone who has read any of my articles before, you would know that as a video producer, I need lots and […]

The post G-Technology Shuttle XL EV with Seagate IronWolf Pro overview appeared first on DIY Photography.

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If the Zhiyun WEEBILL was not ad boy enough for you, how about the bigger brother, the Zhiyun Crane 3 LAB? We took this gimbal through the paces, and if you only have ten seconds for this review, here is the verdict: it’s the best gimbal we’ve used to date. Is it perfect, no? but […]

The post The Zhiyun Crane 3 LAB is the best gimbal I’ve laid my hands on appeared first on DIY Photography.

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