Best DSLR Video Settings For Canon Cameras

Best DSLR Video Settings For Canon Cameras

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  1. Hello mr Darren I have a Canon T3 EOS Rebel DSLR camera and I am trying to figure out what is the best setting for shooting video with so I can do most of my color correction in post production! I am trying to get that film cinematic look in my music video. can you help me please?

  2. How can I get that crisp look that you have on this video? I have a t5i. What are the best settings to achieve your look? Thank you

  3. Juan Manuel Photographer

    great audio on this video!

  4. hello sir,
    recently I shot my project on 5d mark 2 but while in fcp output I got color waves on character shirt..
    so how does it happen.?
    n hiw should u remove it.?

  5. Holy sounds almost Greek to me…a Canon SX700 camera is grainy on the LED screen… now I'm stunned with numbers n apatures can someone give me some ideas please on how to set this camera for night filming please? Or a setting for indoor pics that are not grainy….thank u..I thought this was a great camera but am having problems with it….remember I really have no clue how use this…I know then why did I buy it? Well……that's a great question maybe one of u out in camera land can answer as well… thank you! 

  6. Another Great Video Dave,  

    Great Stuff to know  :o)

    Dave Kellum,  developer of Abbey 9000 Software

  7. I agree on pretty much everything Dave said, except the sharpness setting. I like to keep my sharpness setting at 3 or 4. I do this because it´s as close to the sharpness I see on my movie DVDs( blockbuster movies). I have a 42 inch LCD TV and this is the closest I have gotten to look cinematic. The other reason I do this is because I do not have to use unsharp mask in premiere…which slows down rendering. By doing this in cámara, all I have to do is worry about color correction and grading. Mind you, this is my opinión and it Works well for me on my televisión….this is not BlueRay, just your standard DVD. The  picture comes out crisp and clean…without artefacting. Give it a try and see what you think!

  8. This is definitely going to be helpful for me. I will have to go back and look at the settings that my Canon Rebel T5 is currently on. The problem I am facing is that 1. the images look clear on the LCD but when I upload them they are blurry and 2. the lighting isn't as bright as I want it. I have lighting equipment that has day lights but they really don't brighten that much. I know I have to change the ISO but I have no idea where to even begin with that. When I use Manual Focus I can get a more clear image but its really hard to do this without asking someone to sit in for me to focus on. I do beauty videos where I am the one on camera so I've run into several issues with trying to get the focus correct when filming by myself.

  9. Everything looks so good and clear and in focus on lcd while I film but on laptop its kinda blurry overexposed and noisy.. is this something with settings or something with much should be fstop for indoor filming? And whats merering timer?.it wud mean a lot if u helped.

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  14. TheTacticalDefender

    Watched this so many times I think I know it by heart!  lol Great videos Dave, they have helped me a ton, I even bought your course for my T5i and it was a HUGE help. One issue I have is filming in manual that every time I do that, after I get home and look at my video it's not in focus. When I'm filming and look at the video via the lcd on my T5i it looks great, then I get home and it doesn't look so good. My vision isn't that good (thanks to diabetes) so I usually film in full auto but often in my videos you can see the lens focusing in and out during the video, not too pleased with that. Can I focus using the auto focus and then switch over to manual and it hold the focus? I'm a one man show and film all videos not moving from a tripod. Thank you!

  15. can some one help me i got my self a 1100d when i shot a video i have to manually focus in AF 
    what am i doing wrong ?
    or is it my entry level dslr ?

  16. how to move even skin tone with DSLR canon or saturate details like wrinkles on face.

  17. where should I change the settings on manual ??

  18. Thanks for your video. Your video always healpful specially me. Please sugest me compare Canon Eos 5D mark 2 vs EOS 6D vs GH4 vs Sony A7S
    which 1 is best for HDSLR video? And

    canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM, EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM,
    EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM or EF 70-200mm f/4L USM which lance is best for DSLR video?

  19. i am getting a red dot on my canon 600 d dslr wt to do  i need your help

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