Gear

There’s no better way to relive and recount your travel adventures than through photos and videos. Often, though, you find yourself in a rush to capture those unexpected moments, and images and footage end up blurry. Adding a handheld gimbal like the DJI Osmo+ to your kit is an affordable and portable way to get that fluid, cinematic effect, even while running through forests or climbing over rocks.

We asked photojournalist Kibae Park to try out the DJI Osmo + while on assignment in Kyoto, Japan to see how it stacked up.

CES is one of the largest trade shows in the world that features some of the latest and greatest tech and gadgets. This year we will be updating our Instagram story regularly with updates from the show floor. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @henryscamera to see everything we come across!

M3D Micro

BY October 27, 2016 Gear

With its sleek, smooth design and a variety of colours to suit your taste, the M3D is one of the leading printers in the consumer 3D printer market. These printers are popular because of their compact size and their easy to use software.

In the stands at Photokina 2016

Members of the Henry’s team attended Photokina, the world’s largest photo and video tradeshow. Read on to hear their impressions as they walk the floor – some for the first time, some as seasoned attendees.

3D printers have been around for a few years now and although the technology is already capable of many things we never thought possible, it is still growing and evolving every day with new advancements in 3D technology.

Filters That Work

BY September 12, 2016 Gear

Even though camera technology is evolving greatly and dynamic range is getting better and better with each generation of cameras that come out there will always be a use for photographic filters. Whether that is simply to protect the lens you’re using, to create greater contrast in blue skies, or to slow down the shutter speed so much you can render the busiest cities in the world “abandoned”. Filters allow you to add endless possibilities to your photographic arsenal by simply adding an additional piece of glass to your camera.

The hot subject this season appears to be the idea of being able to easily create 360 degree panorama stills and videos. This technology is still very early in its lifecycle but there are some very interesting pieces coming available.