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Canon T3i /600D Instructional DVDs 2 Pack Vol.1, Video
Blue Crane Digital gives you the power to unleash your cameras potential. Each DVD offers you a solid understanding of your cameras features, and provides you with the tools you will need to capture the best images under all conditions. All topics are arranged in chapters, so you can move at your own pace, and return later to individual subjects. These DVDs are NTSC All Regions (Discs are uncoded and can be played Worldwide, however, must be played in NTSC-compatible unit) unless otherwise indicated.
Canon T3i Volume 1: Creative Auto, Shutter-priority (Tv), Aperture-priority (Av) / depth of field, Depth-of-field preview button, Focus options, Metering, White balance / color temperature, Playback and image review, Live View shooting, HD and SD video recording, Exposure compensation, Introduction to wireless flash controls, Custom Functions introduction, Composition Picture Styles ...and much more! Running time: 106 minutes
Canon Shoot Great Video: Sound recording - Composition - Lighting & equipment - Aliasing/artifacts - Video compression - Exposure - White balance - Picture styles - Camera movement - Lenses - Tripods & camera mounts - Video production skills - UPC: 186102000565 - Model Number: BC204 - Approximate Running Time: 77 Minutes
Arranged into chapters, go at your own pace, go back and review anytime
Learn how to create great images
Get a solid understanding of your cameras features and controls
Model Number: BC6980
Gitzo Carbon Fiber 6X Mountaineer 2531. For medium weight applications, I love this thing already, and I've only had it for a few moments. It's far more rigid than the Manfrotto 190CXPro3 which I used over the week-end to do some test work.
Of course, I am not really comparing apples to apples, as the Manfrotto is only rated for 6 kilos, and this is rated for 12. That said, this I believe, is slightly lighter than the Manfrotto — at least it feels that way.
The controls on the Gitzo are wonderful. Most everything is a collar twist. Want the centre column raised/lowered? just twist. Leg sections? Twist. There is a sense of partial engagement which allows you to make fine adjustments without thinking that you're gonna spill your gear. Contrast this with the Manfrotto which used a butterfly screw-type locking mechanism which felt like it was either entirely engaged, or totally disengaged. I wouldn't want to adjust the legs with the camera attached to that tripod.
I'm going to do some more tests with it, and I'll be sure to post the results.
This reminds me of a song in my head, but I can't remember what its about, although, undoubtedly it is some polemic on the institution of modernism and the bait that dangles, wriggling, like worms of doom, aloft the diamante bob apples of calamity, whence the vulgar mum-faced boys of Whitechapel deposited their spawn. Or something.
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