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This weekly course covers the most common questions videographers encounter when shooting and editing with DSLR cameras, from choosing a frame size and frame rate to understanding moiré. Authors Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman will also help you understand the impacts of compression and the difference between cropped (or micro 4/3rds) and full-sized sensors in cameras, and much more. This continual FAQ guide is a handy way to find the answers to the questions that plague you the most.
>> I really hope you've enjoyed this course on DSLR video. Rob it's been, for the last two years, a lot of fun to deliver this content every week. >> Absolutely, we talked about a lot of things from basic camera controls and exposure, to gear. To shooting techniques, we've covered a lot of stuff and the cool thing is, Rich, is that a lot of this content will live on into eternity. >> So we hope that you take the tips that are in here, come back and revisit the course. We really try to give you a complete overview of all the things that are going to make DSLR video that much better. >> Yeah, absolutely and you know, that's one of the thing about Lynda, is that there's always something more to learn and chances are, if you want to learn about it, it's here on library.
>> We're not really saying goodbye. >> No, no >> We have a whole new class called Video Gear Weekly that we think you're going to love and we're taking all the good things about DSLR video. And expanding it, because, really, DSLR video kicked off this whole revolution of cool new cameras. >> Absolutely. You know, at the time, when we started this course, it was all about DSLR's. You know, 5D's and 7D's and Nikon cameras, and that spawned a whole new generation of affordable cameras, with large sensors. You know, cinema style cameras, cinema style shooting.
And since we've started this course Rich, we've just seen that taken off immensely. It seems like every company out there now has some sort of camera or has some sort of production gear. And that's what we want to do with Video Gear Weekly is dive a lot more into sort of the gear, and the pieces that make some of the shooting possible. So I'm really exited about Video Gear Weekly. >> Yeah, so, feel free to keep checking out this course. Everything is going to stay online. But head on over to Video Gear weekly. It's going to be released every week with a title like Video Gear Weekly, you can expect it. And we're going to continue our look all things about great gear, improving your production value, whether that be audio, video, as well as post production.
And the cool thing now, is that we are free to take a look at all sorts of great gear. We are focusing on affordable gear, but it's everything from GoPros to Black Magic 4k's, Pocket Cinema cameras to the latest from Sony. >> Yeah. Accessories out there. Motorized heads to quad copters. Even the little small size adapter that's out there that lets you do something functional that you might not be aware of, might not realize exists out there to help you on your next production. >> And we're always looking for fresh ideas. Feel free to reach out to Rob or I via Twitter or social media, or drop a comment on the course.
But if you found a cool piece of gear, or something you'd like us to look at, we're always going to be exploring new things. So, thanks a lot for watching DSLR video tips, be sure to head over to Video Gear Weekly. My name's Rich Harrington. >> And I'm Robbie Carman. >> Thanks for watching.
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