In this production show and tell, Joey checks out and tests a new wireless HDMI kit from Hollyland--the Mars 400S Pro kit!
Norm tests and reviews the Anycubic Photon Mono X, which uses a 9-inch 4K resolution mono LCD for a large build volume and high-fidelity prints at 3 to 4 times the speed of previous mSLA printers.
After years of being happy with the Panasonic GH5 as his daily camera, Joey makes the move to full-frame video shooting by testing out Panasonic's new Lumix S1H and S5 cameras. The S5 in particular is interesting in that it offers the benefits of a full frame sensor at half the price of the S1H. But there are many other considerations for video camera use aside from just the sensor size, and Joey dives into the specifics with a series of comparison tests!
We've been testing the new Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality headset for about two weeks, and dive deep into its differences from the first Quest, Rift S, and other VR headsets. Here's how it plays existing Quest games with its new processor and display, how it feels with the new Elite headstrap accessory, and what Quest 2 means for the Oculus mobile and PC VR ecosystems.
We test a selection of iPhone 11 Pro lenses from Sandmarc, ranging from their 10mm fisheye to cinematic anamorphic lens to show you what kind of photos and video you can capture with lens attachements. These massive lenses can be a bit unwieldy to swap and store, so Norm makes a custom tray to keep all the accessories together and organized!