This was supposed to be a quick video but there was so much that I wanted to cover!
In this I cover what you need from a vlogging camera, the options, a look at the Canon EOS R and a detailed look at the Sony RX100 VII for video. Just how good is this camera and is it much more than "just" a great vlogging camera?
I also cover the dual mic input that I talked about at the end of the RODE Wireless Go Video
What do you need from a vlogging camera
A look at eye autofocus.
My vlogging historyexamples across the decade examining further the choices that need to be made.
Some camera options to consider
Why the Canon EOS-R could have been the perfect vlogging camera
The features of the RX100 VII
Slow motion and HFR.
Testing overheating and recording time.
Audio including how to use two microphones into one input.
Sony RX100 VII http://bit.ly/rx100vii
Sony Filter adaptor: http://bit.ly/rx100filter
49mm Variable ND: http://bit.ly/variablend49
RODE Video Micro: http://bit.ly/rodevideomicropb
RODE Wireless Go: http://bit.ly/wirelessgorode
Canon EOS-R: http://bit.ly/pbcanoneosr
Sony A7RIV: http://bit.ly/sonya7r4
Sony A7III: https://bhpho.to/2K8R0G1
Sony A7RIII: http://bit.ly/pba7riii
Samyang 35mm F1.4: http://bit.ly/samyang35mmpb
Small Rig RX100 cage: http://bit.ly/smallrigcage
Small Rig cold shoe extension: http://bit.ly/coldshoeextension
Small Rig cold shoe: http://bit.ly/coldshoesmallrig
DJI OSMO Action http://bit.ly/djiosmoactionpb
DJI Osmo Pocket: http://bit.ly/pbosmopocket
Music from Audio Network. Listings to come
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.