Looking to shoot a live broadcast, but don't have the budget for traditional live camera equipment? Check this out. The Blackmagic Studio Camera combines a slim, sleek body with all the power you need for serious live production. In addition to an enormous 10-inch viewfinder with integrated control panel and flexible MFT mount, it also sports a 4-hour battery, an illuminated tally, and a host of pro-grade connections like bi-directional optical fiber and SDI, an aviation headset jack, and stereo XLR mic inputs. The 1080p60 video from the standard model not good enough for you? Not to worry, as a 4K 2160p60 model is on the way.
Anymore, just because you want a camera that's small in size, doesn't mean you should settle for something that's small in features. With the Sony A7S Camera, you get both — the world's smallest full-frame interchangeable lens camera, and a pro-level shooter, all in one. Built to fit in the palm of your hand, this camera takes full advantage of its 35-millimeter full-frame 12.2-megapixel sensor, letting you take incredible photos no matter the quality of light. But, it doesn't just stop at photos. This camera also uses its large sensor to take incredible 4K video, so no pixel is lost even when you're shooting video at very high resolution.
Sometimes you need a little stealth when you're capturing that all-important shot — and it can be advantageous not to draw attention to your camera — in those cases, the GoPro Blackout Housing is your best bet. Made with an all-matte-black non-reflective finish, this housing helps your GoPro just fade into the background, letting you record video without making your camera the center of attention. Included stickers let you cover your LCD screen, further disguising it from your subject, while waterproofing down to 40 meters lets you get shots in nearly any condition. Sub out the skeleton backdoor for when capturing audio clearly is a must, or use the standard backdoor for total coverage.