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Camera Tips . Camera Types . SD Cameras run on an SD card similar to what is inside a USB flashdrive . Each video clip is a file. These cameras are very durable but the quality suffers. - This is what we use in BRI

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camera types
Camera Types
  • SD Cameras run on an SD card similar to what is inside a USB flashdrive. Each video clip is a file. These cameras are very durable but the quality suffers. - This is what we use in BRI
  • HD Cameras run on a harddrive much like a computer. These are actual footage loops that have be captured into a computer. These are good quality but are very sensitive to bumps and shakes.
  • DV Tape cameras use tape. These provide the best quality but tape must be used and captured in REAL time. This is what we use in BRIV.
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Lens
  • Do not attempt to clean or repair a lens. If you have issues with your please ask me to clean it.
  • Do NOT point the lens directly at light at anytime. Lens are similar our eyes and light can permanently damage our cameras.
  • Do not touch the lens directly.
  • Close the lens cap as you move from place to place.
  • Do not pull back lens cap as you fidget.
weather
Weather
  • Avoid sudden changes in temperature.
  • Do not turn on device after being left in extreme cold or heat.
  • No Water! If it rains, come back in.
  • If the device gets wet do not plug it in.
viewfinder
Viewfinder
  • The viewfinder is where you can find all of your settings, functions, and playback.
  • DO NOT twist, force, or fidget with this. There is no other way for a camera person to see what they are filming.
camera settings
Camera Settings
  • Before filming adjust the following:
    • Zoom speed to Level 2
    • Menu, settings, to Portrait or the face.
    • Audio on
    • Battery Life
    • Memory Card clean and deleted (unless otherwise instructed).
audio
Audio
  • Boom mics can be used with Canon FS100 but take headphones to double check for cackling.
  • Built in Microphone is small, project, and consider location.
recording
Recording
  • Check for the Red Dot in the corner to be sure you are recording!!
  • Play back footage when you can.
  • DO NOT overwhelm yourself with too many takes or too many clips that are never going to be used.
mounts
Mounts
  • Be sure that the device is securely mounted to the tripod/monopod before moving.
  • Remove head FIRST!
  • Do not twist camera onto head.