Casey NeistatChannel: CaseyNeistatSubscribers 11 millionOriginal camera: Canon Vixia camcorderCurrent main cameras: Canon 6D Mark II, Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, Sony A7R II and Sony A7S IINeistat says he likes to use Sony's full-frame mirrorless cameras when 4K "is a priority." But for most other things, he still prefers the 6D Mark II ($1,499) and EOS-1D X Mark II ($5,499), because he loves Canon's "color profile." He says he also appreciates the form factor of Panasonic's Lumix cameras and that flip-out screens are a must for any YouTube creator. That's actually the biggest complaint that many of the YouTubers I spoke to had -- that Sony's full-frame mirrorless cameras lack a flip-out LCD. But their hope is that the company will take that feature into consideration in future models.Of course, with Neistat being one of the biggest YouTube creators, people looking to break into the space value his advice. For those who want to start a channel, he says he'd recommend Canon's EOS 70D or … [Read more...] about The cameras YouTubers love
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Shenzen-based Remo showcased its first product at CES today, a 4K, AI-enabled camera called the Obsbot Tail which follows subjects around like a dedicated cinematographer. A 12-megapixel camera with 3.5x optical zoom sits on a 3-axis gimbal, which swivels around smoothly. It’s meant to be ideal for capturing scenes at the skate park, basketball court, or dance: anything where a lot of movement is involved. Or if you’re not regularly shooting yourself doing skateboarding tricks, it’s also useful for YouTubers who want to level up their videos without having to ask a friend to film. The Obsbot recognizes various gesture controls — you can flash your palm towards the camera to get it to lock its focus on you; putting up a peace sign will activate zoom; and making an ‘I love you’ hand signal stops the zoom. All of the gestures worked seamlessly when I tried it out on the showfloor, but the camera did have trouble locking onto me at times because of how … [Read more...] about Obsbot Tail is like a Google Clips camera for YouTubers
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is one of the most surprisingly good new phones around and I have been using it in and out for quite a while now, so it's time to take a closer look at the features that really stand out and make me go back to this device, as well as to the downsides.Let's start with all the great things that make the Mate 20 Pro stand out...1. Love: this phone is so compact and easy to use with one handThe Mate 20 Pro is a fast phone that works well and I love this, but there is something else that I appreciate even more: its the form factor. The Mate 20 Pro is a tall and narrow phone that fits very nicely in the hand and is not quite as gigantic as many other flagship phones around. In fact, being as narrow as it is, the Pro is not too hard to use with one hand when you need to and that's a big plus.2. Love: the speedHuawei is one of very few companies that make their own chips and it has made a big leap forward with the Mate 20 Pro. The processor inside the phone is the Kirin … [Read more...] about 5 things to love and 5 things to hate about the Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Some of YouTube’s biggest channels are facing backlash from both viewers and other YouTube creators after promoting a form of loot box-style gambling with a company called Mystery Brand. Both Jake Paul and Brian “RiceGum” Le have run sponsored videos promoting Mystery Brand — a $100,000 offer that other YouTube creators said they’ve also received and turned down. The sponsored videos show Paul and Le clicking on a variety of mystery boxes looking to win top prizes. Much like loot boxes in gaming, the format lets players spend anywhere from $12.99 to $100 on boxes and open them up to win an unidentified prize. Prizes differ from USB cords and fidget spinners to designer clothes, cars, and houses, according to the site. In the videos, Paul and Le spend thousands of dollars on boxes, and winning everything from $4 fidget spinners and $60 Converse sneakers to AirPods, an iPhone XS, and sneakers worth $1,000. The thumbnails on the creators’ videos … [Read more...] about Luxury loot box sponsorships are tearing YouTube apart
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Why Do You Love a L.O.L. Surprise? Supported by The hottest toy of the year was a glittering, baby-pink plastic suitcase that we buy without knowing what’s inside. ByAllie Jones Dec. 31, 2018 According to our e-c So, what is the L.O.L. Surprise! Bigger Surprise? It is a glittering, baby-pink plastic suitcase that one buys without knowing what’s inside. It is filled with doe-eyed plastic dolls and many sparkly accessories (including wigs, handbags and green tennis rackets) and each item is individually wrapped in enough plastic packaging to occupy a doll-size landfill. It is also bigger than the L.O.L. Surprise! Big Surprise, which was the hot toy of last season, and with a promised 60-plus surprises, it contains the In November, L.O.L. Surprise! hosted a fashion show in Los Angeles. … [Read more...] about Why Do You Love a L.O.L. Surprise?