to see and read about all the gear used in this video.
Learn which settings are best for filming video with a Canon DLSR. Using a Canon 60D, this video shows you how to choose the right basic settings for clean, professional looking video.
Learn which frame rate, shutter speed, ISO and aperture work best for getting a low noise image that has the look of film. Also how to get sharp focus and set your color temperature.
Gear used in this video:
Canon 60D podhelp.me/60dkit
Sennheiser ew100 G2 Wireless Lapel Microphone podhelp.me/Sennkit
Canon T2i podhelp.me/t2ibody
Sigma 18-50mm 2.8 - 4.5 Lens (mounted to the 60D) podhelp.me/sigma18-50os
Canon Normal EF 50mm f/1.4 USM podhelp.me/canon501point4
Zoom H4N podhelp.me/rech4nzoom
Manfrotto 701 HDV Tripod podhelp.me/701hdv055xbkit
Canon DSLR Noise Test vimeo.com/23082874
I was on my way to bed when I got this question:
"Hi Ray, you have a very usefull video here, thanks for doing this....
I just wanna ask how can i achieve a perfect slowmotion effect in Adobe premiere pro CS6, im using Nikon D7000 @ 1280X720 - 30fps coz im ending up with a juggy video. I also tried 24fps and its much worst. Thanks in advance!!!"
I answered (see comments) then decided to make a demo video so Antonio could see the results. It might not even be what he's looking for but I couldn't resist. Who needs sleep right? Yikes, the baby will be awake soon! Bed!;)
Secret slow motion demo for Antonio, enjoy! youtu.be/XgeWESjRaCE