RED Ranger Rental Cinema Camera

Equipment

A Look at the RED Ranger 8K Production Camera

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The most important thing about RED’s new Ranger is that it’s rental only, not because that’s a first for RED (though it is), and not because we’re the only online rental house carrying it (though we are), but because it’s indicative of the customer it’s designed for. This isn’t a camera for owner-operators. I don’t […]

MTF Charts for Zoom Lenses

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Just the MTF Charts: 70-200mm f2.8 Zoom Lenses

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Well, I’ve avoided putting up the zoom lenses as long as I could, but here we are. I’m going to do things a little differently; rather than listing by brand I’m going to try listing by range and type. I’m suspicious of it because it’s going to bring out the Brand Zealots who for some […]

Customer Stories

Exploring Underwater Photography with Brett Stanley

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Internally, underwater housing is something that we said we’d never do here at Lensrentals.com. One of the main pillars of our business model is quality control – everything that you receive from us has been inspected multiple times, by multiple people before it gets put into the box and sent out to you for your […]

How To Use a Color Checker

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How to Use an X-Rite ColorChecker to Get Perfect Color

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Often times, we’re digging through our always evolving inventory to find exciting products to talk about and share our experiences with said product. While it’s easy to focus our attention on the latest lens offering from the Sigma Art Series, or something like the RED Ranger, sometimes it’s important to talk about various products that […]

Equipment

Disassembling the Sony FE 135mm f/1.8 GM

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When we optically tested the Sony FE 135mm f/1.8 GM we were mighty impressed. Then I threw up in my mouth a little when I read a couple of reviewers comment on the build quality. Because holding a lens gives you not the slightest idea about the build quality. So I was excited when a 135mm […]

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