How to Shoot Video in Two Modes in the Canon 5D Mark III


show more By combining a 35mm sensor with a high-quality removable lens, Canon revolutionized video production. With the Canon 5D Mark III, the video interface was improved, making the camera even easier to use than previous models. You also have more options for frame rates and video sizes. Watch this online tutorial to learn more about shooting video in auto and program modes. show less
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Shooting video in Auto and Program modes

With the release of the 5D Mark II, Canon revolutionized video production. The combination of a 35mm sensor, and high quality removable lenses brought a film look that video shooters simply couldn't get before. With the Mark III, Canon has greatly improved on the video interface on the camera, making it even easier to get the control you need when shooting video. Your Mark III offers a few different options for video sizes, and frame rates, and you can change those from the video menus. I want you to notice something; I'm currently not in video mode. My camera is just hanging out like a normal camera.

If I go into the menu, and look at my shooting category, I have four pages of menus, and the last page has nothing to do with video on it. If I switch over to video mode, which I can do by changing the live view switch here from the still camera to the video camera, my live view activates, the mirror goes up, the shutter opens, and now when I go to the menu, there is an additional ...

Shooting video in Auto and Program modes
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By combining a 35mm sensor with a high-quality removable lens, Canon revolutionized video production. With the Canon 5D Mark III, the video interface was improved, making the camera even easier to use than previous models. You also have more options for frame rates and video sizes. Watch this online tutorial to learn more about shooting video in auto and program modes.

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Photography
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5D Mark III
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