I came across a post in one of the DSLR video forums recently. The guy was a newbie and had a ton of questions. Of course, the replies in the forum were all over the place. There were lots of perspectives and lots of opinions. In his last post, the newbie said:
“When I started looking in here I thought I knew what I wanted. Now I’m just confused.”
I understand exactly how he feels. I went through the same thing when the Nikon D90 first came out. It’s worse now with all the different cameras and gear to choose from.
That’s why I wrote the DSLR Video Buyer’s Guide.
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I have over 30 years in the production business and decided to put that experience into helping people make confident choices. This guide will help you know what’s right for you and your production style.
I cover all the key equipment areas – cameras, lenses, support systems, audio, and all the rest of the kit. For each category I break out what’s needed for Basic, Intermediate and Advanced productions. I also take a look at each category from the perspective of a Photographer, Video Professional and Aspiring Film Maker.
Plus I’d loaded it up with tips, tricks and techniques to help people get started in DSLR video.
Click here to get your copy right now – http://dslrhd.com/buyersguide.
Last week I had an email from a reader with a ton of questions about which camera to buy. He’s an aspiring film maker and was stuck on which camera and lens to buy to get started.
I sent him to the DSLR Video Buyer’s Guide. Here’s the email I got back.
“I read the whole thing through then went out and bought a Canon T2i. The guide was super useful, I really appreciate the work you did here.”
So take a look and let me know what you think – http://dslrhd.com/buyersguide
I look forward to seeing your film on the web.