Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Camera Settings for Video on your DSLR
Deejay is back with DSLR Film Noob, giving some good advice for some basicsettings for your DSLR video camera. His major point is setting the ISO (and shows the same shot to illustrate his point) and how to avoid grain in your image. He also gives some basic shutter speed settings. I'd also like to add the 180 degree shutter rule to Deejay's recommendation. Just take your fps and double it for the bottom fraction to set your shutter at. I shoot at 30fps, so my shutter should always be at 1/60 of a second. Simple.
Posted by Scott Eggleston