With the recent price reduction to the Blackmagic Pocket 6K, there's no better time than now to pick one up. Here are a few lens recommendations for ...
Akai Professional is back with a new piece of gear: the launch of the MPC Live II. The latest member of the MPC family is the first of its kind to offer a unique, handy feature for producers everywhere: built-in stereo monitors. It also comes with a swath of features that includes standalone production capabilities, […]
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While both cameras give you an enormous bang for your buck, which one should you add to your arsenal? Let's look at the BMPCC 6K vs. the ...
Has there ever been a totally standalone MPC that’s been priced under $1,000? The MPC Touch that was released five years ago seemed like it was going to be the winner – but it still required a computer. With this new MPC One, Akai hopes to create a no-computer-needed piece of hardware that wins over […]
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After a long wait since the initial reports, we finally get a new update that completely reenergizes the Pocket 4K with plenty of new features.
In this hands-on review, we'll evaluate the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K for how it holds up next to its predecessor, the Pocket 4K.