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Canon DSLR Settings | ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed, Frame Rates

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I’ve been getting a lot of questions asking about the various settings in Canon’s DSLR cameras. People are asking what is the ISO, Aperture, Shutter speed and frame rates and what do they mean?

I give a brief overview of what these camera settings are and it’ll help you understand the dslr camera and it’s settings more in depth.

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19 comments

  1. Excellent explainer video for DSLR settings and functions for novices! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Thanks! I found your video to be very helpful.

  3. Decent video but too much over acting!

  4. old vid, but I thank you for breaking it down for idiots like me.

  5. LOL@ 28 seconds. Funny guy.I subscribed.

  6. Great video.  That helped me a lot.  I'm looking at getting a 7D Mark II and was wondering what your thoughts are on it for filming things like my son's basketball games.  Thanks in advance.

  7. smart

  8. U r just awesome. Thank u very much. God bless u.

  9. good video! I really appreciate the info!

  10. we call it ISO because the standards organization set the guidelines for the sensitivity of film stock. iso 100 film was conformed to the standards set by the iso and so forth

  11. Carlos Castellanos

    Hi, can you do a video about setting that tig you have and detail of parts?

    Thanks!

  12. Thanks for making this FUN and UPBEAT!  These "things" are so INTIMIDATING when you start working with a more complex camera!

  13. I think you are  wrong with the shutter speed. shutter speed or exposure time is the length of time a camera's shutter is open when taking 'a' photograph. It is no continuous up and down.

  14. HOLA EN ESPAÑOL POR FAVOOOOORRR

  15. Thanks for Sharing…

  16. hell yeah it helps. thanks a bunch. like – subscribe-thumb up. :)

  17. What about slowmo, on canon 70d you only have 60fps in 720p, so if you are editing in a 1080 timeline, and you want some smooth slowmo, you should upscale the 720p footage??

  18. Very decent explanation. Tanks

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