Author > Hein Schlebusch

Hein studied film and television management at the University of Johannesburg and attained his Honours degree in 2003. Since then he has gone on to work with MNet, Supersport, SABC 1, 2, 3 and E-TV in various capacities from cameraman to editor on television series. Find out more about Hein at Resolution Imagery

Posts by Hein Schlebusch

Liquid Image Ego Action Camera (4)

Liquid Image Ego WiFi Action Camera Review

Since the rise of the GoPro there has been many pretenders trying and claiming to do the same and be as good. Most of those failed though, and every now and then a new player steps up, actually living up to its claims. Sony’s Action camera is one of the 

Hyundai iX35 (2)

Hyundai iX35 2.0 Executive Manual 2013 Review

The small SUV market in South Africa has been a hotly contested segment for a while now. The main players have been Hyundai’s iX35, the Kia Sportage, VW Tiguan and the Nissan Qashqai. With it being such a popular segment, many other manufacturers have also decided to join the party. 


Samsung Launches the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear

In 2011 Samsung re-invented the mobile wheel, so to speak. Where the phone world back then was all about smaller and more compact, Samsung decided to buck the trend and go its own way. The result was the original Galaxy Note. Around 2 years and more than 38 million units 

Elysium-First Official Trailer

Elysium Review

Elysium is the second film from visionary director Neill Blomkamp. After District 9’s success, both critically and financially, it is to be Blomkamp’s trial by fire. Not as daring as District 9, yet much more dazzling to look at, Elysium solidifies Blomkamp’s talent as a director who is willing to 


Sigma 85mm F/1.4 EX DG HSM Review

For a very long time Sigma has been the leader when it comes to the “grey brand” lenses for DSLRs. They have always relied on decent optics and good build quality in their lenses coupled with relatively cheap prices. It’s a formula that has served them well over the years. 


Europa Report Review

Europa Report is a clever and effective take on the “found footage” genre films that have been popping up the last few years. It manages to effectively blend sci-fi, documentary and found footage film genres into a low-budget, yet good looking, film. In Europa Report, scientists figure out that there 

Fujifilm Instax Mini 8

Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 Review

Fujifilm has been carving out a niche for itself the last while, with a big push toward being the cool and hipster photography brand. Their X and XF series cameras have had some good success and the cameras were well-built and clever concepts. Taking the hipster idea even further, the 


Hyundai Sonata 2.4 GDi Elite Review

The Sonata was one of the first models in Hyundai’s arsenal when they started their major push to gain ground in international markets. It’s been an important model for Hyundai and is now their bridging model between the mainstream and luxury brands. This refresh of the Sonata aims to not 


Evil Dead Review

Back in 1981, a then unknown Sam Raimi made the original Evil Dead, a classic horror film that helped to start the “cabin in the woods” genre of horror films and jump-started Bruce Campbell’s career. It was cheesy, it was gory and it was strangely tongue-in-cheek. Somehow this strange mix 


Game Of The Week – Despicable Me – Minion Rush

If you’ve seen Despicable Me 2 (and I know you have), then you’d agree that the minions were probably the best part of the movie. Most of the humour came from the cute and deadly little critters that help Gru be the worst he can be. And since Despicable Me