How to shoot a video for YouTube step-by-step with the best camera settings for video. This tutorial is explained using a Canon DSLR but the tips will apply for most cameras. ****** Check out the complete list of gear in this video on KIT here: https://kit.co/SeanCannell/budget-youtube-kit
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1. CAMERA — Canon EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR
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2. SHOTGUN MICROPHONE — TAKSTAR SGC-598 Microphone
3. TRIPOD — Ravelli APLT4 61″ Light Weight Aluminum Tripod
4. LAVALIER MICROPHONE — BOYA BY M1
5. LIGHTING KIT — Studio Pro 850w Softbox Kit
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6. SD CARD — SanDisk 32GB Ultra Class
7. White Balance 18% Gray Reference Reflector Grey Card
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In this video, Sean Cannell from Think Media TV shares tips on how to shoot a video for YouTube and the best camera settings for video. If you are curious about how to shoot a good YouTube video or the best camera settings for YouTube, check out this video. The tutorial includes the best Canon SL2 settings for video but is relevant as a DSLR camera settings tutorial in general. Watch this video for camera settings explained and a complete camera setting tutorial.
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