How loud is the continuous autofocus with the Sigma 18-35 on the Sony a6500? 👇Gear Mentioned Below👇Find out in this episode as I investigate how loud it can be. You learn in this episode that the autofocus is really unusable if you place a shotgun microphone on top of the camera like the Rode Videomic Pro.Read More
In this episode, we take a look at the smallrig cage for the Sony a6500. The smallrig cage works exactly as you expect. It gives access to the battery/memory card door slot. One new features on this cage is the addition of a nato rail support, where you can easily mount a handle.Read More
Does the Meike Battery Grip work on the a6500? 👇Gear Link Below👇In this video I show you how it does work, and some caveats with using that grip. What you'll find out is that the grip doesn't really match flush with the camera.
What are the best settings for continuous autofocus in video for vlogs/sitdowns? In this episode, I show you how to set it up on the Sony a6000, Sony a6300, and Sony a6500. You'll have to modify the AF Drive Speed, and AF Tracking Sensitivity.
Should you by the Sony a6300 or Sony a6500? In this video, I do my best to help you decide. The biggest takeway between these two cameras is not necessarily the features, but whether or not the camera will overheat. If a lot of your work doesn't push the camera to much, the Sony a6300 makes the most sense.
I show you how to change your Sony camera from NTSC to PAL and vice versa to enable other framerate options in your cameras like the Sony a6300, Sony a6500, Sony RX100IV, and Sony a7Rii. The process and tutorial for this video will work very similar to other Sony cameras.
Will the old smallrig cage fit on the new Sony a6500? We find out if it works in this video. What you'll learn is that their are two version of the smallrig cage. One is known as the "old version" which is no longer sold, and another called "new version" which was modified to accommodate both the Sony a6000 and Sony a6300.
I give you 10 reasons why you should consider buying a Sony Mirrorless camera, but also a few reasons you might not want to. Gear List Below👇 I can't say that Sony is the best video/photo camera out there, but they come close with some awesome features and tech, like 4k video, IBIS, etc.
Do you want unlimited 4k recording on your Sony a6500? I show you how to get past the 30 minute limit recording that's set by Sony. Website Mentioned in the Video: https://sony-pmca.appspot.com/apps Find more detail information and support the creator at: https://github.com/ma1co/Sony-PMCA-RE This how-to works on several sony alpha mirrorless cameras.
Have you wondered what I carry in my camera bag? Gear List Below.⬇ Well, in this episode I show you most of the equipment that I carry focused on Sony E-Mount. The camera bag I use is a basic Amazon DSLR backpack. I carry with me 2-main bodies.
If you're looking for a way to understand all the menu settings in the Sony a6500, this video will help you with that. I go through a step by step guide of everything I do to setup my Sony a6500 from scratch. This is a tutorial for those intermediate to advanced users.
Have you ever wondered how the Sigma 50-100 works on both mirrorless and DSLR? In this video I test the Sigma 50-100 on the new Sony a6500, 7D Mark II, and the Canon 1DX shooting high school basketball. Although the lens isn't designed for full-frame, you'll actually be surprised with the results.
I test the raw buffer performance of the Sony a6500 shooting high school soccer. We find out that compared to the Sony a6300, the overall raw buffer on the a6500 is superior to its predecessor. During the several soccer matches I shot, I wasn't only able to force the Sony a6500 to lock up once.
The best YouTube camera and lens combination is possibly the Sony a6500 and the Sigma Art 18-35mm f1.8. The improved overheating performance of the Sony a6500 make it a big contender compared to similar competition like the Panasonic GH4. Plus, an edge that the Sony a6500 has over the Panasonic Gh4, is the IBIS (in body image stabilization).
I do an unboxing and first impressions of the new Sony a6500.