DJI Pocket 2 (Creator Combo) review

DJI Pocket 2 video review: Creator Combo takes vlogging to new heights

The DJI Pocket 2 is a great compact, 4K, gimbal-stabilised camera in its own right, but the Creator Combo adds so much value, you'd be crazy if you didn't consider it as a content creator.
Nikon D850

Nikon D850

The D850 is a successor to the D810, now with 45.7MP and 7fps, plus the ability to shoot 4K video.
Hands-on with the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV *updated*

Hands-on with the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV *updated*

It’s been a long time coming, but the successor to the EOS 5D Mark III is finally here. We get a quick first looks at the new 5D Mark IV. Two new lenses are also announced: the EF24-105mm f/4L IS II USM and EF16-35mm f/2.8L III USM.
Hands-on with DJI's latest drone, the Mavic Pro

Hands-on with DJI's latest drone, the Mavic Pro

We take a look at DJI's answer to the GoPro Karma - the extremely portable Mavic Pro drone. Check out what we liked and the quality of the footage.
Xiaomi’s 4K Mi Box is a sleek and compact set-top box powered by Android TV

Xiaomi’s 4K Mi Box is a sleek and compact set-top box powered by Android TV

Xiaomi has announced a new Mi Box that runs on Android TV 6.0. The set-top box is capable of 4K video playback at 60fps, and also supports HDR content and voice search and controls via an included Bluetooth remote.
Fstoppers just proved that the iPhone 6s takes better video than a DSLR

Fstoppers just proved that the iPhone 6s takes better video than a DSLR

Lee Morris of Fstoppers just released a video comparing the quality of video from the iPhone 6s to that of a Nikon D750, and the results are fairly interesting.
Panasonic Announces Bridge Camera That's Capable of 4K Video Recording

Panasonic Announces Bridge Camera That's Capable of 4K Video Recording

Panasonic has just announced the DMCDMC-FZ1000, a bridge camera that has a 1-inch large High Sensitivity MOS Sensor and 4K video recording capability.
Shooting 4K Video On Your Smartphone

Shooting 4K Video On Your Smartphone

Are you recording 4K video on your smartphone? Here's why you should: 4K video downscales to super sharp 1080p video, you can zoom and crop without any loss of quality, and you can print high quality still pictures from any frame of the video. We explain the basics and requirements to get started with 4K recording.