Dr David Smith reviews the Miller Air 75 Tripod. For more details see another review here and the company’s website here.
Reviewed by Dr David Smith, Imaginaction Updated: At the bottom of this page is a 17 minute video review. A review of the lens starts at approx 7:46 Blackmagic Design have really pushed the limits […]
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A tripod is one of those things you don’t want to be replacing every few years. The fact that there are 20 – 30-year-old Millers still going strong right around the world is testament to their longevity, which of course comes down to the design and the build quality. […]
It seems everyone wants / needs a gimbal these days and so the various manufacturers are all bringing out new models of their fare almost weekly. From the smallest smartphone to cameras like the Blackmagic […]
Also clever is a Follow and Shoot mode. If you have the smartphone and gimbal on the tripod, by raising you palm it causes the gimbal to track your face, including panning and tilting as needed. Very useful for doing one person pieces to camera when you don’t want to be static but instead move around. […]
Once you have the gimbal assembled, the next step is to balance it with your specific camera. This is usually a four-part process and involves putting the camera on the quick release plate, removing things such as lens caps, straps and whatever, and adding anything that is to be on the camera eg a light, mic or other accessory. […]
The operation of any gimbal, once you understand the various modes and commands via menus etc, is simple. To master it however takes time and like any sophisticated piece of equipment, you need to practice, practice and more practice. […]
The party trick of the Logickey line is the colour coded keys showing groups of commands for the editing package. I have always found using short cut keys far more effective than the mouse for fast editing, and these keyboards are simply brilliant for that purpose. […]