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Blackmagic cameras are some of the hottest cameras on the market now, offering the ability to shoot both raw video and high-quality production codecs. But they offer lots of options; this course will help you find a camera that fits your budget and your needs. Get to know the features of the popular Blackmagic Cinema Camera and the (4K-capable!) Production Camera, and decide if a Blackmagic is right for you. This review-style course is great for photography geeks who want a true inside look at these cameras' moving parts. Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman cover powering up, attaching lenses, storage requirements, menus, audio capture, and basic recording, and they'll also show how a Blackmagic camera comes to play on location, on a high-energy music shoot.
Hi, my name's Rich Harrington and welcome to this course where we'll be exploring the Blackmagic cameras. And in this course we're going to take a look at all of the different choices you have. Now, the good news is, is that there's a wide range of options. And, depending upon your needs and your budget, you should find something that'll work for most work flows. There are lots of challenges with these cameras, as well as lots of benefits of using these cameras. I've been shooting with them extensively since their release.
These cameras are well suited, whether you're coming from a background that's more oriented to DSLR video, or traditional video, there are benefits and work flows that will be useful to most users. Now we're going to explore all of this throughout the course, as well as jump onto an actual location; to see a real world production and these cameras in use. I'd like to thank you for joining me, my name's Rich Harrington, and let's get started.
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