Tag: DSLR Cameras

A New $50 Follow Focus for DSLR’s

Posted by Anthony - January 26, 2012 - Cameras, DSLR Cameras, Equipment $50FollowFocus2

Filmmaker Wiley Davis of Bozeman, Montana is my kind of guy – a plain-spoken, practical guerrilla problem-solver who wants to help his fellow filmmakers do things better and cheaper. One of the many accessories that can help you shoot better DSLR footage is a follow focus. However, a quick Google shopping search will reveal that [...]

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Why DSLR Cameras Are DA BOMB

Posted by Anthony - December 7, 2011 - Cameras, Film Books LumixLEDOut

(Pictured above: Panasonic Lumix GH2) The following post is excerpted from the Image Control chapter of my brand-new book, The Shut Up and Shoot Freelance Video Guide which is now shipping.  (Please feel free to order a signed 400-page, 700-illustration, full-color copy directly from me here to help support the free info on this website.) [...]

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Why DSLR Cameras Are LAME

Posted by Anthony - December 6, 2011 - Cameras, Film Books fig1.09_Canon-7d

The following post is excerpted from the Image Control chapter of my brand-new book, The Shut Up and Shoot Freelance Video Guide which is now shipping. Intro I think there are equally compelling arguments both for and against shooting video on DSLR cameras. (DSLR = Digital Single Lens Reflex) I’ll try to share both arguments [...]

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Interactive DSLR Camera Guide

Posted by Anthony - November 2, 2010 - Uncategorized

My good friends at B&H have taken the time to create a cool little interactive guide to video-capable HDSLR (High Definition Digital Single Lens Reflex) cameras. HDSLR is the hottest new thing on the indie film scene, but there is a lot to understand before you drop $2000+ and dive-in. Everyone seems to be rushing [...]

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DSLR Camera Debate: Cinematographer vs. Producer

Posted by Anthony - August 11, 2010 - Cinematography

Let me start off by saying two things here: 1) I thoroughly disagree with the general viewpoint of this video and 2) Nevertheless, I think it’s very funny and presents a very teachable guerrilla moment about common strains in the dynamic of the Producer / Cinematographer relationship as well as filmmaking elitism. Watch and we’ll [...]

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