For those who watch videos for extended periods of time, I recommend around 8k or 8.5k. If you are reading this article on a mobile phone, I recommend that you charge at least that much. I did this to get a good video experience, with no lag, and the highest quality possible.
When can I make a video? At most shows, you can usually try to shoot something that lasts 30 frames in 5 seconds. But for those who can really appreciate 30 seconds of video, it’s much better to shoot the same, or better, in the last 30 frames.
If you are doing it for the first time, here’s how I shoot my videos. I’ll get a good idea from your suggestions, but here are my general rules.
A note about video quality
I will not cover video quality, as this has so many variations as to what people actually want. It’ll be up to the photographer and producer, to decide what quality best meets their personal needs and tastes.
I will focus on what makes a good video.
My general advice is to shoot everything at least 1.5x the size of the image you’re trying to photograph, then export the file in HD. If you’re working with a good-quality DSLR, export in Full HD. If you’re using some other quality program, don’t be afraid to shoot at 3k and above.
If you’re doing it for the first time, here’s how to shoot video with my new camera, the Xtar:
Step 1 – Choose the camera and lens
I chose the Xtar because I’m getting great quality images while shooting with it. I’m not concerned with image quality; I’m just trying to see what it’s like to be there and get as close as I can to the action. That’s basically all there is.
The Xtar is a very sturdy lens, and the lens hood has enough space to cover it when not in use.
I want as much space left in case I need to make some edits later on, which is why I chose the Canon L.A. 10-24mm F2.8 L.A. II Lens. The lens is a bit long so you need to plan to move it around, but the Xtar will make good use of it!
This lens is great, but only as good as the camera you use. So what camera should I be using?
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