Basic Settings for DSLR Video

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In the following video, Mia McCormick goes over basic settings for shooting video with DSLR cameras. She discusses resolution, frames rates, and compression, including IPB and ALL-I formats. She also takes a look at how shutter speed affects motion, and makes mention of auto-focusing systems, highlighting the new dual pixel phase detection system on the Canon EOS-70D. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at B&H.com.

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 Hi,

I'm enjoying watching basic DSLR video Setting tips, I'm totally new to dslr video shooting but I got an old Panasonic NV GS-200

DV camcorder just for hobby (home video). Now with latest technology of video shooting either with DSLR or digtal

camcorder, please recommnd which DSLR or Camcorder is best for me (diy music video), I'm a musician and home recording

studio owner.

Thank you.

A great DSLR to start out with would be the Canon 70D. A little higher end than entry level and a host of great video features.

If you would like to discuss this camera or others in more detail please email AskBH@BHPhoto.com and we will be happy to assist you.