If you currently own a Canon 5D Mark II, I’m sure you absolutely love your camera! Your probably also wondering if it’s worthwhile to upgrade to a Canon 5D Mark III.
This is a long-term review of the Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack 200EG for Canon EOS SLR Cameras. I’ve been using this backpack style case along with my Canon 5D Mark II for about three years now, and just recently upgraded to a Protec iPac Carry-On Camera Case which I will soon have reviewed as well.
There are literally thousands of photographers throughout the Hudson Valley. I’m not sure if this is the norm due to a total population size, or if we generally have more photographers per capita than other regions.
Everything I learned about still and motion photography, I learned from the internet. I thought it would be nice to pay it forward and detail the process I went through as a first-timer shooting a music video.
I’ll admit, this is the first time I’ve used a follow focus on a shoot. I’ve had the opportunity to play with some expensive follow focuses at NAB in 2014, and like everything in this business you generally get what you pay for.
I’m writing this hours after spending the day with the Neewer DSLR rig. There were many thoughts about my experience with this after a long shoot, and I wanted to get down the details as quickly as possible while the experience is fresh in my mind.