Start shooting great HD videos with these quick tips. DSLR cameras and other high-end cameras in recent years have been equipped,
with the ability to shoot high-definition (HD) video as well as still images.
This feature allows you to switch from taking a photo to a video with the press of a button and it can be fun.
HD video options really opened up the possibilities for digital cameras.
DSLRs cameras allow you to use a vast range.
lenses used for interesting effects and deliver broadcast-quality video at the resolutions of the latest DSLRs.
However, there are some things you require to know to get the most out of this feature.
There are many special file formats for footage recording.
DSLRs Cameras Canon uses a variation of the MOV file format. Nikon Coolpix and Olympus Dslr cameras apply the AVI format,
and Panasonic and Sony some series use AVCHD format.
Don’t worry too much about this, as any video can bee converte to different formats during the editing and output stage?
DSLR cameras video quality
for the most part new presumed, and top-end.
DSLRs cameras are capable of recording in Full 720p resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels at a rate of 24 to 30 frames per second (fps).
Entry-level DSLRs cameras Nikon Canon Sony Fujifilm etc.
can often only record at a lower resolution of 720p HD a resolution of 1280×720 pixels.
Although the resolution of the DVD format is still double it offers excellent picture quality.
DSLRs can use more pixels than this, but TVs in 4k / UHP (Ultra High Resolution) can play higher-quality video than 1080p HD.
What cameras are suitable for streaming?
How do I know if my camera is suitable for live streaming? Can you use the one you already have? There are many features to consider when choosing a camera for streaming. Cameras have a lot of features that would be nice to have, but there are four main ones that are essential.
DSLR Cameras live view
If you are just starting to shoot a DSLR for the first time, autofocus is your friend! This feature helps you capture clear and concise images without trying to figure out if they are blurry or not. If you are more of a pro, choose manual focus (but be sure to zoom in on the subject before focusing!)
DSLR uses this feature to record HD video. The mirror on the camera goes up and the viewfinder is no longer available.
Instead, photos are stream directly to the camera’s LCD screen.
Shooting video is too slow because the camera needs to be in live view mode (as mention above).
The mirror goes up and autofocus becomes difficult. For accurate results, it is best to manually set the focus when shooting the video.
When shooting video the range of shutter speed and aperture options is obviously narrowed.
For example; when shooting a video at 25 fps.
You should set a shutter speed of about 1/100th of a second.
There is a risk of giving a flick book effect to higher settings and moving subjects.
Play around with ISO to get access to the full aperture range It is best to invest in an ND filter.
When shooting HD video. it is recommended to use a tripod when framing the video using the LCD screen.
Holding the Dslr cameras at arm’s length allows you to see the LCD screen.
which can lead to very unstable scenes.
DSLRs have a built-in microphone but only record mono tracks.
In addition to the proximity of the microphone to the subject usually means recording the subject and breathing.
Investing in an external microphone is far better. You can work as close as possible.
Most DSLRs provide a stereo microphone socket for this purpose.
DSLR Cameras Lens
Take advantage of the vast range of lenses available to DSLR users and don’t forget that they are used to create a variety of effects in your video work.
Traditional camcorders often have a built-in telephoto lens.
but generally lack wide-angle capabilities. You can use other types of lenses like fisheye (or ultra-wide) to cover huge areas.
Or you can take advantage of the narrow depth of field offered by a cheap super zoom lens 50mm f/1.8 lens.
There are so many possibilities don’t afraid to try the different options!