Choosing memory cards and batteries


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Choosing memory cards and batteries

Once you have a DSLR that shoots video, you need to be able to record that video onto a memory card. You are already familiar with memory cards, because you need them to shoot still photos. However, there are some things that you should keep in mind about memory cards when shooting video. If you are shooting RAW photos for your still photography, then you probably have a large memory card, maybe more than one card. You know that RAW files take up a lot of space and so you need that memory to deal with that. Video takes up even more space.

One of the things that is critical for shooting video is that you use big memory cards and that you have enough total memory. Remember that video is like 30 little pictures taken per second and every one of them has to be recorded to your memory card. How much memory do you need in your memory cards? I can't give you an exact figure, because this depends on the resolution, the frame rate used, and how the video is compressed when it is shot and record...

Choosing memory cards and batteries
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Choosing memory cards and batteries provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Rob Sheppard as part of the Video for Photographers: Shooting with a DSLR

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