How To Configure And Activate Video In Nikon D7000


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Configuring and activating video

In addition to stills, your camera can shoot video. Digital SLRs are actually extremely capable video cameras, but there are a few things to know about how they differ from dedicated video cameras and from point-and-shoot cameras that have a video mode. You should already have a comfortable understanding of depth of field. If you don't, check out Foundations of Photography: Exposure. One of the factors that controls depth of field in an image is sensor size. When you have a bigger sensor, it's possible to shoot much shallower depth of field. Your SLR has a much bigger sensor than what you'll find in almost any video camera or a point-and-shoot camera, which means you have the capability to shoot video with very shallow depth of field when you use your SLR.

This affords you far more creative options and lets you shoot video that can have a much more film like look than what you'll shoot with a dedicated video camera or a point-and-shoot camera. Of course, your SLR also sc...

Configuring and activating video
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Configuring and activating video provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Shooting with the Nikon D7000

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