The Nikon D850 offers excellent image quality, solid low-light performance, high speed operation and fast autofocusing.
45.7MP FX-Format BSI CMOS Sensor
EXPEED 5 Image Processor
3.2" 2.36m-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
4K UHD Video Recording at 30 fps
Multi-CAM 20K 153-Point AF System
Native ISO: 64-25600, Extended: 32-102400
7 fps Shooting for 51 Frames with AE/AF
8K Time-Lapse, Negative Digitizer Mode
180k-Pixel RGB Sensor, Focus Shift Mode
SnapBridge Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
The Canon EOS 5D Mark II was introduced with little fanfare until Vincent Laforet shot the video short, Reverie. Seemingly overnight, filmmakers saw the potential of the full-frame DSLR for video image capture. We were the first rental house in NYC to offer the 5D for videography. We saw our units used on SNL, numerous commercials, music videos, documentaries and independent projects.
The 5D has a 21.1-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor with DIGIC 4 Image Processor, an ISO Range of 100-6400 (expandable to ISO L: 50, H1: 12800 and H2: 25600), plus Auto Lighting Optimizer and Peripheral Illumination Correction. It can shoot up to 3.9 fps, has 9 AF points plus 6 AF assist points, a 3.0-inch Clear View LCD (920,000 dots/VGA) and a rugged build.
Features 61-Point High Density Reticular AF and an extended ISO range of 100–25600 (expandable to 50 (L), 51200 (H1) and 102400 (H2). A newly designed 22.3 Megapixel full-frame Canon CMOS sensor, Canon DIGIC 5+ Image Processor, and shooting performance up to 6.0 fps provide exceptional clarity and sharpness, even when capturing rapidly-unfolding scenes. Additional technological advancements include High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Multiple Exposure mode-all.
The MarkIII can export clean, uncompressed HDMI output to an external recorder, while still being able to record to internal CF or SD cards and monitor the video on the rear LCD display.
The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is the latest version of the most popular DSLR we have ever rented. Compared to the Mark III, it has 8 more megapixels, 1 more fps continuous shooting, a whole new sensor with extended dynamic range, built in Wifi and GPS, a touch screen display, and now supports 4K video recording. This camera can shoot 60fps at Full HD compared to its predecessor which shot 60fps at 720p. It also introduces 120fps recording at 720p.
The Canon EOS 7D and 5D MarkII started a video revolution. The 7D was the principal camera for Lena Dunham's acclaimed first feature, Tiny Furniture and was used by Alex Buono for SNL.
It features an 18.0 Megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor capturing images at up to ISO 12800 and speeds of up to 8.0 fps. The EOS 7D has an all cross-type 19-point AF system and captures Full HD video at 30p (29.97 fps), 24p (23.976 fps) and 25p with manual exposure during video shooting and ISO speed selection.
It is capable of a maximum burst rate (130* for JPEG Large/Fine and 25* RAW images) for continuous shooting, definable maximum limit for ISO Auto, manual audio level, in-camera RAW image processing and JPEG image resizing.
At the heart of the camera is a 20.3MP Digital Live MOS sensor and a newly developed Venus Engine processor, which both offer dramatically improved processing times over its predecessor. This enables the ability to record 4K video at up to 60 fps, 10-bit 4:2:2 internal recording with select settings, Full HD video at up to 180 fps, 12 fps continuous shooting, and sensitivities up to ISO 25600. Also, the camera features built-in 5-axis sensor stabilization, which can work with certain lenses to activate Dual I.S. 2 for highly effective shake correction that can compensate for up to 5 stops of shutter speed. Other improvements include a speedier and more accurate Advanced DFD autofocus system that can lock on in just 0.05 seconds, as well as 6K PHOTO at 30 fps and 4K PHOTO at up to 60 fps.
(2) 128GB cards, (3) batteries
High-speed continuous shooting at up to 20fps, blackout-free shooting, AF/AE live-view tracking, shutter speed up to 1/32000, silent vibration-free Anti-Distortion shutter, sensitivity up to ISO 204800 and advanced 4K movie.
24.2-megapixel 35mm full-frame stacked CMOS sensor with integral memory
BIONZ X™ processing engine
High-speed continuous shooting of up to 20fps with AF/AE tracking
693-point wide-area phase-detection AF
5-axis image stabilization with effectiveness equivalent to 5.0-stop slower shutter speed
With a full-frame 42.4MP Exmor CMOS sensor, the Sony a7R III offers 10 fps continuous shooting rate along with improved autofocus performance. The AF System employs a combination of 399 phase-detection points and 425 contrast-detection areas for quicker acquirement of focus, and also maintains focus on subjects more effectively.
-Full Frame Sensor Size, APSC (Super 35mm) Crop Mode Available
-Internal UHD Up To 30 fps, HD Up To 120fps To SDXC Card
-8 Bit 4:2:0 Internal Recording, 4:2:2 Out HDMI
-XAVCS, AVCHD, or MP4 Codec
- 5 Axis In Camera Image Stabilization
- Continuous AF With Sony Lenses
-1600 Native ISO
- 5 fps Continuous Shooting
- Slog3 Gamma
-Micro HDMI Output
- Stereo Mini Mic Input
- USB Micro For AC/Battery Charging In Camera
The Warner Music Group hired us to produce a dozen Carnegie Hall concert videos.
Enormously talented international artists were invited to participate in this prestigious contest.
We captured awe-inspiring performances.
Ban Ki-Moon, the Secretary-General of the United Nations was a Korean War refugee. His family was saved by the United Nations and UNICEF. HOME, produced by Hello World, follows the Secretary-General from Africa to the Middle East.
We witness his total commitment and are moved by his compassion for the largest population of refugees in the history of humankind.
Feel the Music is an AT&T project to assist the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community celebrate and share their love of music.
Jules Dameron – an award-winning deaf artist, directed the WALK THE MOON music video "Different Colors". The production crew was drawn from the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. The CSE Group reached out to Hello World to produce a video of the making of “Different Colors”. It was a memorable, moving experience...
General Electric, BBDO & Obscura Digital have received considerable praise for UNSEEN STARS.
Thirty-two projectors were used to produce a light show on the ceiling of Grand Central Terminal honoring the achievements of twelve female scientists and engineers. This is a remarkable effort on the part of GE to encourage more female interest and empowerment in STEM. Hello World was tasked with virtual reality streaming the show. We also provided post production services for the VR video.