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Semipro DSLR vs. Semipro Camcorder review. Canon EOS 5D mkIII vs XF100 Camcorder. Both have their uses but the DSLR gives video quality of truly professional…

Learn how to take close up photographs with EOS Master, professional photographer and teacher, Jackie Ranken. Jackie talks about macro photography and using a macro lens creatively, as well as her EOS Photo5 2010 brief. Join in, find the inspiration for your photography and share at www.canon.com.au/worldofeos

www.fiveminutevideomarketing.com Ensuring your video sounds good is one of the biggest reasons why a video can make or break on Youtube. Inside this video I show you the external microphones we use to record our videos. We show you two different versions, a wired microphone which is the cheaper option and the wireless option (the one we recommend). You will soon discover why having an external microphone for your DSLR camera is crucial for any video you create. The external microphones we mention inside the video Audio-Technica Lavalier Microphone – 5mvm.co Sennheiser Wireless Lavalier Microphone System – 5mvm.co Watch this video on Youtube: www.youtube.com Leave a comment about this video and which one would you choose? Remember to subscribe to our channel! www.youtube.com

www.dslrfilmnoob.com Dave Dugdale’s Site for the 19k mp3 file www.learningdslrvideo.com Parts used in this video: 2 3.5mm to XLR adapters $16 www.bhphotovideo.com Studio 1 Productions XLR mixer $60 on ebay (any stereo XLR to 3.5mm Adapter will work) AUDIO TECHNICA pro W88 VHF transmiter $45 on ebay (very cheap and dirty little transmiter) Cold shoe to 1/4-20 adapter $12 (mine came with the $40 arm) cgi.ebay.com This quick demo shows what a few cheap parts can do to disable AGC on your canon 7d. Lets hope canon releases an updated firmware soon to fix this problem. Equipment used for filming: Canon 7d Canon 35mm 1.4 lens Sennhieser ew100 wireless transmiter Manfrotto 503 hdv tripod

www.dslrfilmnoob.com Note: This cable does not yet work with the t3i. One of the features that makes the Canon 5d Mark III look so attractive is the new audio monitoring port. Canon should have included this port long ago, but I guess there is no point in complaining now. I’ve covered other methods that allow you to add headphone monitoring to your camera (See link: youtu.be ), but the Sescom USB to 3.5mm female cable is probably the most elegant. A single cable with no adapters turns out to be a pretty handy method for monitoring audio. This adapter does require Magic lantern to work properly. Also note that the audio output of the Canon t2i maxes out at 6db, which is enough to drive a normal par of headphones but the output level isn’t extremely loud. If you need more volume or don’t want to adjust headphone levels using the menu, I still recommend adding a headphone amplifier like the Fiio E5 to the mix. You can find the Sescom DSLR-550D-HOCF here: www.bhphotovideo.com And the Fiio Headphone pocket amplifier can be found here: www.amazon.com Equipment used in this video: Canon 7d Canon t2i Canon 24mm f1.4 Canon 35mm f1.4 Sigma 24mm f1.8 Sescom DSLR-550D cable Sennheiser G2 wireless system

Here is a simple way to reduce audio noise/hiss from a powered external microphone into your Canon D-SLR using a FiiO E3 or E5 headphone amplifier. This trick did not seem to work with my unpowered lav mics. I hope this simple trick helps some people gain better audio recordings into there camera. Feel free to follow me on twitter: www.twitter.com/krotoflik Check out my website: www.krotoflik.com Thanks for watching!

A tutorial to help you get started with your DSLR camera. It will help you with tips on white balance, iris, focus, zoom, and shallow depth of field. To see a video shot with this camera, go to “Oxford Wedding 2012:” www.youtube.com To check out some of Judy’s other tutorials and videos, please go to: www.youtube.com Thanks for watching!

Finally, a DSLR camera accepts line level audio input instead of only mic level sound. SUBSCRIBE : LIKE : FOLLOW BLOG WRITE-UP: www.ShannonRawls.com RECORDED WITH: Canon XLH1, iPhone 5, Audio Technica AT897 MENTIONS: Sescom Cable, Zoom H4N, H1, Tascam DR-40, 1D, 7D, 5D, Nikon D600, D800, Behringer CT100

The best feature of this camera is the SWIVEL LCD SCREEN. 18MP, outstanding!

I bought this type of lens because this is all i can afford. For $300.00 it’s not bad.

The attached lens is a 18-135mm standard zoom. I am not a PRO. As a matter of fact, i am a NOOBY in DSLR world. I would like to thank the people who gave me good pointers on how to take great photos using a DLSR camera.

Part three of a landscape photography lesson set in Bratislava in the Slovak Republic. Using the Canon EOS 5D camera and other equipment, two students explore digital photography under the guidance of a professional photographer.

Adorama Photography TV presents the Canon EOS Rebel T3i Digital SLR camera. This week Mark provides a hands-on review of the camera that is made for photography enthusiasts and beginners alike. Canon’s EOS HD video capture, three-inch Vari-Angle Clear View LCS screen, Scene Intelligent Auto mode and new feature guide instruction make for a feature-packed point-and-shoot DSLR. For related articles and videos, and to buy the Canon EOS Rebel T3i, go here: www.adorama.com Visit www.adorama.com for more photography videos! Send your questions to: AskMark@Adorama.com


This episode of Tech Talk, I go over the latest Magic Lantern Firmware and some of the key features which I use it for when shooting video with my Canon T2i. PLUS I found a simple way to get Live Audio preview! The version shown in this video is: “magiclantern-2011Aug28.550D.109.60D.110.600D.101.alex.zip” with the Oct. 7 autoexec.bin file. If you have no idea what any of this means, check out the MJ Wiki page: magiclantern.wikia.com Magic Lantern’s New Official Website: www.magiclantern.fm Also, check out Media Unlocked Channel for more Magic Lantern Info along with other great DSLR Tutorials: www.youtube.com The cool thing about the monitor used in this video is that it can provide a live audio preview without any special cords! For more info on the Access HD External monitor used in this video: www.amazon.com Look for us on facebook!! www.facebook.com Twitter: www.twitter.com Thanks for watching! This episode: Filmed on the Kodak zi8 Mic: Audio-Technica ATR-35S Lavalier Microphone Edited with Vegas Movie Studio HD 11 (trial version) Windows 7

So to make HDR images with the SX40 you need to have installed CHDK onto your SD card. See here if you would like more info about CHDK: www.youtube.com HDR photography is great fun to play with and opens up a whole new world of editing. I used Photoshop CS5.1 for the HDR images. Come along to Facebook if you would like to chat and share photos (fatdragon200 fan page) or come and check out my blog for more information at: fatdragon100.blogspot.com

Article link: www.slrlounge.com The Canon 24-70mm mkI is almost a necessary evil for professional Canon full-frame shooters because of all of its shortcomings. We have been testing and shooting with the new 24-70mm mkII for a while to see if it’s worth the high price, and we can finally say that it has been improved enough over the mkI. It is expensive, but it is worth the upgrade. You can check out the lens on Amazon: www.amazon.com and B&H Photo: www.bhphotovideo.com

Full review at: www.cameralabs.com : A ten minute video tour comparing the three most popular upgrade options for the Canon 18-55mm DSLR kit lens, by Gordon Laing, Editor of Cameralabs.com. To find out more about these lenses and how their quality compares, see our full review by clicking the link at the start of this text.

www.dslrfilmnoob.com Just upgraded to a Zoom h4n and that it sync perfectly with the canon 7d, I ran this test to get an idea of what microphone configuration I’ll be using on my next project. The zoom h4n has no sync issues at all, and has a time and date stamp on each file which is great for matching up audio it will be replacing my zoom h4 as my most used field recorder. I have the Zoom h4n set in 4 channel mode so that i can use both microphones and the zoom h4n’s on board mic’s at the same time. Shot at 720p at ISO800 2f lens Nikon Nikkor 50mm 1.4f DFocus follow focus adapter and Indisystems square with 15mm rails