This is a sponsored review about the (genuinely excellent) Accsoon CineEye 2S Pro HDMI/ SDI wireless video transmission system which for the price is incredibly powerful.
In this video I test the range and the latency, learning quite a lot about both and how certain things affects monitors.
This video is one of the most fiddly edits that I've had to do as the main shot was filmed with the Canon R5 in 8K, so I could do all the planning and zooming in by putting it on an HD timeline. I did enhance some shots with Topaz video enhance and the export was at 4K to get a better bit rate from YouTube!
Huge thanks to Julian Wakefield and @Gerald Undone
Learn more about the Accsoon CineEye Pro 2S: https://www.accsoon.net/cineeye-2s-pro-details/
Gear used in this video:
Canon R5: https://gopb.co/canonr5
Sony FX6: https://gopb.co/fx6
SmallHD 702 touch: http://bit.ly/702touch
Atomos Ninja V: https://gopb.co/atomosninjav
Atomos Sumo: http://gopb.co/sumo
Insta360 Go 2: https://gopb.co/insa360go2
Insta360 One X2: https://gopb.co/onex2
Sigma 35mm F1.2: https://bhpho.to/2zbIRiE
Philip Bloom is a world-renowned filmmaker who, for the past 10 years of his 30-year career has specialized in creating incredible cinematic images no matter what the camera. Some of his most iconic work was created with Canon DSLRs.