DSLR Video Crash Course Special Edition Flying Solo RAWtalk – Your DSLR Video Questions ANSWERED

- December 7, 2016

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With the release of the Guide To DSLR Video Todd and I sat down around the RAWtalk Table for a special Flying Solo Episode where we answer your Flying Solo Questions.

A little while ago on Facebook I asked you guys for questions you had about making video with your DSLR. Hundreds of solid questions came in and Todd and I take the RAWtalk to answer them in as much detail as possible.

Some people may say this is simply a marketing video to bring awareness to the FroKnowsPhoto Guide To DSLR Video, well it is. But I can tell you something, we do not hold back any information in this 1 hour 30 minute video. If someone had a hard hitting question we gave it an equally hard hitting answer with as much information as possible.

Even if you are not interested in the new guide I think you will learn something new that you can put into practice today.

If you would like to to purchase the FroKnowsPhoto Guide To DSLR Video at a special 50% OFF Launch price please click here http://pa-z.us/dslr-video-guide

Comments (39)

  • which is the best lens to take  video?  

    Jose - 33 months ago

  • Just bought this on old school DVD. I wish you would have offered a Blu Ray + download option ... even if it was a little more. I like physical media, but I'm hanging out to get this. I've been videoing for a while and think I know most of the basics, but I'm looking for something to fill in the gaps from what I've gleaned from the various info I've gleaned from the interweb

    simianinc - 33 months ago

  • Any Canon DSLR that don't have Hybrid CMOS AF or Dual Pixel CMOS AF, do not have Movie Servo AF which allow continuous auto focus when shooting video.

    Harry Yeung - 33 months ago

  • On the Video Editing Windows side if you don't have a big budget Adobe Premiere Elements is a great option, especially for YouTube producers. I use Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Final Cut Pro X if someone sends me a Final Cut or Apple ProRes file to edit. Sony Vegas and Corel also are decent video editing programs on a budget.

    Roberto Blake - 33 months ago

  • Hopefully I will finally be buying the new guide this weekend once I help my friend pick out his new DSLR camera. I finally talked him into a new upgrade from the Nikon D200.

    Roberto Blake - 33 months ago

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