Your next camera operator is a compact robot. The Swivl follows your movements, and now works with iPads and DSLRs.
Once you’ve mastered the basics, it’s time to sharpen your skills. Video Nation promises to take your video production abilities to the next level.
An audio expert from Azden explains the basic types of microphones, as well as why DSLR owners really need to invest in a good mic.
Capturing the shot you need often means getting your video camera ready in seconds. Read this for tips on focusing in a flash.
If you shoot video with a DSLR, you need to understand crop factor. Learn how your lens choice can help you get a bigger or smaller picture.
One of the major advantages of shooting video with a DSLR camera is the ability to record in low light. Learn the settings that will change your footage from “good” to “wow!”
If you’re starting out with DSLR movie-making, shooting a timelapse a perfect experiment. That DSLR is, first and foremost, a stills camera, after all.