5200mAH Tylt Battery Bank Review – Run a DJI Osmo Pocket All Day

Aaron reviews the Tylt Battery Banks. He used these on a 9-day film shoot in London with great results. They actually actively charge up an DJI Osmo Pocket while the Osmo Pocket is being used compared to other battery banks. These give me unlimited shooting time on a DJI Osmo Pocket. These really extend his shooting time in the field without having to stop. This is especially important with smartphones and pad devices that don’t support battery changes.

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Apple 12W USB Power Adapter: https://amzn.to/2VlILNR

DJI Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/2v7yZ7B


How to Set up the Function Menu on the Sony RX100 IV V VI VII and Sony Alpha A6400 / A6600

Aaron shows you how to set up the function menu on your Sony RX100 IV, RX100 V, RX100 VA, RX100 VI,  and RX100 VII. This also applies to the Sony Alpha A6400 and Sony Alpha A6600.
The function menu allows you to quickly change camera settings without having to dig into the camera’s complex menu system.

The Function Menu is a powerful function for videographers. However, it isn’t explained well in the manual and can be confusing. Aaron explains it completely for you, including the option to leave blank spaces.

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Sony RX100 VA (f/1.8 lens): https://amzn.to/2TbKcM7
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Sony A6600: https://amzn.to/38Yk4ei

Filmed with:
Canon G20: https://amzn.to/39Z5J1q
Polson MO-IDL1 lavalier: https://amzn.to/2vd4wVA

You can’t sue for copyright infringement unless you do this 2019

Copyright Registration for your book or media – You can’t sue if it’s not copyrighted. The Supreme Court finally clarified the rules on when and if you can go after someone if they steal your book, audiobook, movie, etc. There are now specific rules of when you can do this. And if you don’t register copyright for your creative endeavor, you cannot sue for infringement. Check out this video.


How to Avoid Having Your Phone Hacked at Big American Airports—Wifi hacking

Did you know it’s easy for hackers to steal your email, bank account, credit card, and personal information at WiFi hotspots, especially in airports, straight from your phone WiFi? It was reported in San Diego a few weeks back that it’s happened again. Why does this happen and how can you avoid it? Is there a way to defend yourself and your data? Watch the video and find out.

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Here are the least cybersecure airports in America, according to the report:
San Diego International Airport, San Diego, CA (Score: 10)
John Wayne Airport-Orange County Airport, Santa Ana, CA (Score: 8.7)
William P Hobby Airport, Houston, TX (Score: 7.5)
Southwest Florida International Airport, Fort Myers, FL (Score: 7.1)
Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark, NJ (Score: 7.1)
Dallas Love Field, Dallas, TX (Score: 6.8)
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, AZ (Score: 6.5)
Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Charlotte, NC (Score: 6.4)
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Detroit, MI (Score: 6.4)
General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, Boston, MA (Score: 6.4)