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The guys over at iKan sent me over their Flyweight DSLR Shoulder Rig to test out and give a review. You can read my full review here: http://www.vidmuze.com/…

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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…

www.learningdslrvideo.com I enjoying sharing what I’m learning while working with DSLR cameras and judging from the growth I am getting on YouTube which is amazing, I would say that a lot of people are enjoying what I share. Sometimes people have learned a lot from my videos and want to give back by helping me in someway, which is fantastic! So when Michelangelo Girardi from England wanted to make a new bumper for my videos I said sure after I saw his show reel of 3D effects and animation work he does for clients. He does work on many local and national TV channels. So I hopped on Skype and spoke with him about what I was looking for. To be honest I didn’t give him that much input, I told him that he had total creative freedom. So here is what he came up with, I only asked him to do some minor tweaks to it. Watch the full version of the making of the LearningDSLRVideo Bumper: www.youtube.com He is originally from Italy but his English is excellent, I didn’t have and issues communicating with him. Right now he is working with a very famous rock band Negrita from Italy and celebrity chef called Simone Rugiati. You can find them on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook or via email. Now that I have my monster computer running I want to use After Effects more, like this logo I did for a corporate video last year. But sometimes I just don’t have time, so I have hired people to do it for me in the past because I suck at After Effects. I have been running a ton of tests on my new computer

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Digital Camera Buying Advice: Guide & Tips for Choosing the Best DSLR Camera SUBSCRIBE HERE: bit.ly Are you perplexed by all the different types of digital cameras and are you unsure of what’s best for your needs? Compact System Camera, DSLR or Compact Camera? In this video, What Digital Camera’s Editor, Nigel Atherton, explains what to look for in a DSLR Camera. For more buying advice and DSLR guides plus Canon, Nikon & Sony Camera reviews, tests and demos – visit our website: www.whatdigitalcamera.com To download the What Digital Camera iPad App bit.ly Like What Digital Camera on Facebook: on.fb.me Follow What Digital Camera on Twitter: bit.ly

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

In the 2nd Advanced Tutorial I go over my Color Correction process for our short film “The McCormick Brothers”. You can download the Color Preset here: www.mediafire.com To be clear, I did not create these presets. I found them over a year ago on a free site and would love to give credit to the creator…I just have no clue who it is. You can see “The McCormick Brothers” on my other channel: www.youtube.com/Dod3032 Edited in Adobe After Effects using Action Movie Essentials II.

www.adorama.com Adorama Photography TV Presents DSLR | Video Skills with Rich Harrington. In earlier episodes Rich showed you some great gear to use and the best field work flow when shooting sync sound. Join Rich again in this episode as he shares the post-production process for the final edit in Adobe Premiere Pro. Watch as he takes you through the steps to use Premiere’s built-in method of syncing sound. Then, follow along as he explains a way to use popular programs, such as Plural Eyes, for those high volume projects. Related Products: Sync Sound Production: DSLR | Video Skills youtu.be Recording Sync Sound: DSLR | Video Skills youtu.be Nikon D800 Digital SLR Camera Body with Optical Low Pass Filter www.adorama.com Rode VideoMic Pro Compact Shotgun Microphone www.adorama.com Zoom H4n Handy Mobile 4-Track Recorder www.adorama.com XLR Male to 3 Pin XLR Female Microphone Cable with 4 Inner Conductors www.adorama.com Sennheiser Omnidirectional Electret Condenser Lavalier Mic www.adorama.com Samson MK10 Lightweight Boom Mic Stand www.adorama.com Ultimate Support ULTI-BOOM-TB Telescopic Mic Boom www.adorama.com Denecke Dcode TS-3EL Time Code Smart Slate www.adorama.com Sennheiser HD 280 Pro Hi-fi Stereo Headphone www.adorama.com Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Software for Windows www.adorama.com If you have questions, share them with us at: Adotv@adorama.com

www.dslrfilmnoob.com I’ve been waiting to post this for more then a week. The first Bluetooth transmitter I received was defective and I had to send it back. The seller was kind enough to cover return shipping, but the back and forth took awhile. I finally received the working Bluetooth transmitter a few days ago and had a chance to run the setup through its paces. I’m very happy to say that everything works great! I was able to get clean audio transmitted over 50 feet line of site and about 20 feet through walls. Two tests of battery life showed 5 hours the first test and 3 hours 45 min second test. Not the 8 hours promised by the manual but still quit good for the price. The receiver actually ran out of power before the transmitter on the second test. I would have thought it would be the other way around. Both the transmitter and receiver aren’t much bigger then a compact flash card so they wont add much weight to your rig and since the Bluetooth transmitter sends stereo audio you can get 2 channels of audio back to your camera. I have the full write up with links and pictures here: www.dslrfilmnoob.com Equipment used in this video: Canon 7d & t2i Canon 50mm f1.2 Canon 35mm f1.4 Sigma 30mm f1.4 Zoom h1, Zoom h4n Generic Bluetooth transmitter/receiver set Sennheiser G2 wireless mic Rode video mic CPM FILM TOOLS RIG

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

Explaining the use of field mixers and inline pads to gain quality audio recordings with DSLR cameras… Inline Pad how-to guide here: www.uneeda-audio.com

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!

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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!