Recently I bought the Sony a6500 and was looking for a cage to mount all my accessories on, instead of putting them in my pocket, underneath my hat or actually leaving them on the floor (really!) because as you guys probably know that most cameras have limited mounting options.
And that’s when a cage by a company called SmallRig came in! Its a company based in China that produce amazing accessories for every camera you can think of! Well not every, but they do have accessories for the plethora of Sony cameras that are being released virtually every day.
Anyway, in this article we’ll take a look at how the Sony a6500 fits inside the new UPDATED SmallRig 1889 Cage.
Watch the video below.
In April 2012, I visited a coastal hamlet called Birling Gap not too far from Eastbourne.
Birling Gap is famous for the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs, one of the longest stretches of undeveloped coastline on the south coast. It is likely that soon it will no longer exist due to the rapid rate of erosion.
I’ve always wanted to film snow. There’s something quite magical about the white stuff.
Anyway, in January, 2013 I filmed at Osterley Park. Snow began falling in the early hours and by daylight there was enough covering to warrant getting my camera out and film!
In January 2013, I visited the most southerly part of the Isle Of Portland in Dorset; Portland Bill to be precise.
Portland Bill is home to a functioning lighthouse and a really rough coast. The Lighthouse guides vessels heading for Portland and Weymouth through these hazardous waters. The Lighthouse is red and white striped and stands at 41 metres tall.
I’ve always wanted to see one and Portland Bill was a good candidate. I found it via good ol’ google. Thanks!