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  1. Capturethemoment365

    i have a Canon t5i dslr and i wanted to know what the best settings are to film outdoors and also at night without noise

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  2. DollarsignDzTv

    This is probably equivalent to an expensive 2 hr. college course explained right here in less than 15 mins. for Free…. Thank you B&H Appreciate it !!!

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  3. Greenski

    I have a canon t6i. whats a good lense to shoot a concert where its dark and other lights around on the stage?

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  4. Tom D

    Correction: It's not I.S.O., it's ISO (Iso, as one word) and it's no abbreviation, but originates from the greek word isos.

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  5. Jey Hump

    Great information! I appreciate that the highlights are relatable to both Cannon and NIkon. Thanks!

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  6. Lionel G

    I need a cheap camera to hook to my laptop to stream videos from the dancefloor at a night club. any suggestions? I've tried Logitech webcam but not too good in low light.

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  7. Joseph Abi Rached

    It was a great presentation however I was looking for shooting in lowlight without a flash or speed light.. I was hoping to know some tricks about iso and aperature.. Thanks

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  8. rich Mck

    Interesting video once again.Thank you! However, I , like many get it wrong when trying to shoot our fav bands at concerts. Which wide angle lens would you suggest for a canon 70d user, Budget wise!?!
    I already have a sigma 70-200 f/28 however w/out VC ( or IS ). I have been refused access with my monopod on occasion! But it is the wide angle area of photography in low light I really want to discover… F/2.8 or even f1.8 preferably with image stabiliser due to my shaky hands. Many thanks once again.

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  9. Emilia Gallegos

    Would the Canon DSLR be okay to use for surveillance from the backseat of a car? Any tips on how to get good pictures and videos.

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  10. Dan Bloodworth

    Thank you very much for the low light Tutorials. they where down to earth and easy to understand . DAN .

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  11. Simran Gandam

    Very stable, mature and educative presentation 👌👍. Thank you.

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  12. Darin Jensen

    Excellent video. Very simple and thorough. Well planned, and well produced. Thanks!

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  13. mrmegabangbang

    Awesome video , simply put , uncomplicated , great tips , thanks for posting ,more please

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  14. chltmdwp

    That is Sony Alpha 6000 not NEX. I would know because I own one~

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  15. Torbalan Plashilo

    Great explanations by Larry.  I always resisted buying a prime lens and now buying one.

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  16. Joseph chan

    Awesome tips from Larry and B and H. Thanks for lighting tips.

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  17. Kshitij Saxena

    Loved it…. Learned so much from it.. Thanks for sharing .. 🙂

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  18. Yu2beFool

    Why do you show an out-of-focus image while talking about long exposure (camera-shake). They are two distinct sorts of un-sharpness and there is no way any image stabilizer will correct for bad focusing (not even a tripod, for that matter).
    I know it might seem a small error to people who already know the difference between the two, but it can be misleading to novices in the field and since there are so many details in the end to cope with, they better link together.

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  19. HONDASBEST

    Why do you even make this tutorial since everyone who has a DSLR already knows what everything does?

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  20. Alphfirm

    Pretty basic info, but i liked the way you present the things ur talking about, thumps up 😉

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  21. Mark II

    Or you when taking low light pictures, when using 1s or lower shutter speeds you could use a 2 second timer, so when you go to press the button to take the picture. I should know, I took 3 pictures tonight in VERY LOW LIGHT, they came out AWESOME. Thanks again B&H for the LUMIX LX7, best buy EVER, so far. I want to buy another camera in the future with an APS-C sensor. which is bigger than the 1/1.7" sensor my LX7 has now. (+1). BTW, I NEVER use the Flash, always FULL MANUAL.

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