Tyrone Shum from fiveminutevideomarketing.com created some fantastic videos using DSLR camera equipment. In his video below he talks about using SLR cameras in all his videos. He believes it is the way of the future because it allows you to record high quality videos at a budget price. He is using the Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera.
Pat Flynn created the amazing video below using the same DSLR camera that Tyrone Shum talks about in his video, the Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera. He uses the Canon EF 50mm f1.4 lens in most of his videos. Pat has a great post "DIY Videoscribing and Other Awesome Techniques to Enhance Your Videos" on his website Smartpassiveincome.com where he talks about the techniques he uses to enhance his videos. He says that a good DSLR camera isn’t cheap, and neither is the specific kind of lens you need to get this effect (the stock lenses usually won’t work as well), but if you’re going to be shooting professional videos for your business, it could be well worth the investment.
With fun and educational videos created with DSLR cameras, Rokenbok Toys was able to create entertaining in-store demos of their toys virtually. Today, the majority of their online sales come from YouTube channel viewers who make up more than half of their customer base.
Consumer Reports also lists the Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera as one of the top preforming DSLR cameras, but they selected the Canon EOS 60D as the top scoring SLR camera. They said the 60D advanced SLR is a bit heavier and pricier than most other SLRs, but it offers the best combination of superb photo and fast response. It's one of just a few advanced cameras that has excellent image quality for low-light and flash photos. Includes a swiveling LCD that allows you to capture hard-to-reach shots.
I will look into SLR cameras more and give feedback when I have more information. Until then please have a look at the videos and give feedback.
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