Fri, Apr 6 2012 08:12
My friend, David McCauley graciously allowed me to borrow his Canon 60D so I could shoot everything in 1080P. This was my first real-world shoot with a DSLR, and I loved it. The image quality was gorgeous, and the form factor was not a challenge to get used to. I shot everything on tripod, so it didn't feel awkward. The 60D's swivel LCD made it very easy to not feel tied to the viewfinder. I could stand next to the camera for interviews and still see the image on screen. Overall, I was pleased with how it turned out, but it sure is sad having to take a 1080P masterpiece and compress it to YouTube quality.
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