Movie Rating: 4 / five
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I recently read a blog post from a woman who saved an L series lens with a cheap filter. She got knocked into a wall and her camera went lens first up against the wall. The UV filter saved her from a costly repair. (The filter was shattered and bent, and the lens was totally fine.) Personally, I don’t feel the image quality drops that much. And I’d rather be safe than sorry when it comes to protecting my investments.
Great tips :) keep these concise videos coming!
Probably not a good idea to use your camera as a shovel. Kidding! 🙂 Of course, if you’re in an extreme environment it might be good to use a clear filter.
Lens hoods don’t protect against pebbles, dirt, and sand. I always use a UV filter in addition to my lens hood whenever I’m in an environment where things could unexpectedly fly at my lens.
UV filters aren’t completely useless for protection.
Thankfully the only one I had heard was the filter one (which I was following, but will now reconsider).
I shoot my videos with a Panasonic HDC-TM300 with a wireless mic. As for the lighting, I try to find diffused light under a shade tree, but clouds are the best. 🙂
Great tips.. thanks..
Thanks… Been doing photography for 3 years now…. but still, tips from people like you helps a lot….
Thank you for the tips. Sir could you advised what camera and lens you’re using in this presentation. The video quality is outstanding and also was curious on your lighting setup. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Tj