7 Things to Look for at NAB 2018
Every year, NAB has played host to dozens of exciting announcements and releases for filmmakers. If you are going to NAB 2018, keep your eyes peeled for these headline exhibits.
Sony a7S II vs Panasonic GH5 vs Canon 5D Mark IV
From 4K, to slow motion to low light capabilities, here is a simple breakdown of what DLSR or mirrorless camera is best for you.
ShareGrid's Guide to Sundance 2018
Sundance 2018 is here and we have a lot of members who have films playing in Park City! Here's a guide of some of our members' films to check out!
The Top Ten Rented Gear of 2017
From cinema cameras, to gimbals, to mirrorless cameras. It's that time of the year again! Here are the top ten rented products of ShareGrid for 2017.
Canon 7D MKII vs 6D MKII vs 5D MKIV
The Canon DSLR comparison continues. Here's everything you need to know to decide which Canon DSLR is best for you.
5 Must-Haves For Your Next Indie Horror Film
Low-light cameras, LED lights and more. Don't ignore this gear when it comes to your next horror film.
Review and Footage of the Canon C200 Cinema Camera
A first look and review of the brand new, Canon EOS C200 and its auto focus, 4K video and Raw Light features.
Why Shooting on Your Smartphone is Not Good for Your Filmmaking Career
Put the phone down, filmmakers!
Why DSLR Cameras Don't Need 4K Video
With Canon's announcement of the 6D MKII, many wonder why it only shoots 1080p video. Let us explain why that's not a bad thing.
How to Compare the C200, EVA1, and More for Your Next Film
With new cinema cameras from Canon and Panasonic, choosing the right camera for your indie project is harder than ever.
4 Things to Look Out for at Cine Gear 2017
Canon, Panasonic, RED, Panavision, and more are going to make Cine Gear 2017 a treat.
The Sony a9 - Is Mirrorless Photography the Future?
Hear from professionals about the new Sony a9 and what it means for mirrorless photography in a DSLR world. Is the writing on the wall?
Why Full Frame Lenses Expose the Future of Cinema Cameras
Lens experts try to explain the meaning of full frame glass and what it means for the future of cinematography.
5 Things to Know Before NAB 2017
Keep your eyes on Panavision, Cooke, Canon, Sony and the list goes on.
KEH: A Massive Warehouse Packed with Cameras and Vintage Gear
The enormous amount of gear at KEH hides some overlooked gems of camera history.
A Shift in Focus: Why Blackmagic Cameras are for Everyone Now
Blackmagic's Director of Sales Talks the new direction of the company's cameras.
Is the ARRI Alexa Mini the Most Versatile Cinema Camera?
Two Alexa Mini owners talk about building the perfect camera rig.
The Vintage Lens Craze, Explained
There's more than one reason to choose vintage lenses for your next project.
Top Ten Rented Gear of 2016
Here's a breakdown of the top ten most rented items on ShareGrid for 2016.
Not Everyone Needs a GoPro, and That's a Good Thing
It's better for GoPro and its customers if we all stop pretending that everyone needs one.
Camera Hall of Fame: The Panasonic AG-DVX100
A look back on the Panasonic AG-DVX100 and why it's our first entry in the Camera Hall of Fame.
Is the NEW Canon C700 cinema camera worth $30k? My First Impressions.
Check out my first impressions of the NEW Canon C700 cinema camera. From Global shutter, to 4K to internal ProRes recording, let's discuss if $30k is worth the investment of Canon's flagship camera.
How Action Cameras Have Changed Filmmaking
How have action cameras like the GoPro changed filmmaking as we know it? In more ways than one.
Is the iPhone Good or Bad for Filmmaking?
With the iPhone 7 coming, is the iPhone good or bad for filmmaking?
5 Reasons the Canon C700 Will be on the Map for Professionals
Why Canon's new EOS C700 is a solid new competitor to the Sony F55 and RED Epic.
5 Reasons the Panasonic GH5 will Surpass the Canon 5D Mark IV for Filmmakers
Rumors about the Panasonic Lumix GH5 have been met with enthusiasm, the same cannot be said for the Canon 5D Mark IV.
8 Essential Filmmaking Lessons from "Hitchcock/Truffaut"
Eight filmmaking lessons from the HBO documentary on a conversation between Francois Truffaut and Alfred Hitchcock.