If you’re just starting out on YouTube, you may be wondering – how do I choose a good, versatile camera among hundreds of models, widely available on the market? The answer is simple: first, determine your budget, your needs for additional accessories, and your video format. For example, if you’re making a video blog, you don’t need that $3k full-frame camera – you’ll be much better off with a decent smartphone. But again, if you aim at professional production, involving interviews and such, you may wanna consider something more serious than an iPhone.
So, in this article we’ll take a look at several cameras, grouped by budget and functionality, to choose the best one for you.
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Вы уже, наверное, слышали о том, что в последних прошивках Magic Lantern для зеркалок Canon добавили съемку RAW-видео. Что это и с чем его едят? А главное, как этой вкусностью воспользоваться?
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Earlier this year I wrote a post covering two amazing apps for Android filmmaking, namely LGCamera and Cinema FV-5. Today, I am pleased to inform you that we have a new competitor – Camera API.
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Have you ever used your Android phone to shoot videos? Yeah? Well, so have I. I’ve got this LG L9 phone and it’s doing a pretty good job at recording footage, but one thing that’s been bugging me for a while is continuous auto-focus and auto-exposure. These are two awful things, apart from Auto White Balance, that I can’t stand seeing in my footage. So, I’ve decided to check out a bunch of camcorder apps out there on Google Play and here’s what I’ve picked.
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