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📒 Show Notes 📒
2️⃣ ND Filter Step Up Rings
0:00 How to Use a Video Camera for Beginners
0:42 Aperture Explained: How to Get a Blurry Background
8:26 What is Shutter Speed?
13:00 ISO Explained: How to Get a Brighter Image
16:11 What is an ND Filter?
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In this video Nolan from Think Media shows you how to use your video camera. This video covers how to use iso, aperture, and shutter speed to get the best settings out of your video camera.
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