Getting Started With Dslr Video

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Getting Started With Dslr Video
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Getting Started with DSLR Video

NOTE: This is a basic class for DSLR and Mirrorless camera video and is intended for the new and beginning user.

Video on removable lens DSLR and Mirrorless cameras of all makes and models has become a household feature of the camera industry in the last 5 years. Virtually every current camera from 2010 to now has this feature. Chances are your camera does too. Maybe you have tried out the feature and been unsure of how to operate it. Maybe you have gotten into the enjoyment of DSLR and Mirrorless camera video but have no idea what all the different options are or why to chose one over the other. If this sounds like your experience with your camera then this class is for you.

Yes, you can learn to do great video with your camera. Unlike still images, you can capture the sounds, actions, emotions, and life experience of what's going on that will be a treasure for a lifetime to come.

Topics Covered:

The basics of camera and video terminology. Understanding of these basic terms will be the foundation of understanding your camera better when it is in the video recording process.
In depth description of video recording formats, video resolution, frame rate (frames per second), why you would chose one over the other, memory usage, camera focusing, and why all this is absolutely not as scary as it actually may sound.
What to do with the files you have recorded and the memories you have made. We'll cover the very basic concepts of how to deal with file transfer and storage, how video editing works, computer system requirements, and suggestions for different editing programs.
What to Bring:
DSLR or Mirrorless Camera
Fully charged battery
Spare battery (if you own one)
Memory cards

Date: Tues, March 29th, 6:30-9:30pm
Location: Precision Camera, 2438 W. Anderson Lane
Instructors: Ron Jewell
Price: $69
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By: Precision Camera & Video