Presentation on theme: "THE VIDEO CAMERAS SONY HD HandyCam - Canon T3iSLR - GoPro."— Presentation transcript:
THE VIDEO CAMERAS SONY HD HandyCam - Canon T3iSLR - GoPro
SONY HandyCams HD 1-5 record on internal memory If camera memory is full or low, see me 6 records on SD card ONLY Can take photos, so make sure you’re on video mode 1-5 are touchscreen on the viewfinder and the shutter doors open automatically 6 is not a touchscreen and the shutter doors are manual USB cable built in Remain on chargers in while in storage Built in mic near lens Autofocus (no manual) Zooms Good for any filming situations Canon T3i SLRs HD All record on 32 Gig SDHC cards ONLY Made for photos, so must change to video setting on mode dial Import footage by plugging SDHC card into computer Batteries are separate and on chargers in while in storage Viewfinder flips open on back Built in mic near lens Autofocus and Manual Focus Can use a variety of lenses Zooms Good for any filming situations Necessary for throwing the focus and selective focus shots Use a number system All parts must be assembled GoPro HD Records on mini SD card ONLY Can take video, photos, or photos on a timer (use this for timelapses) Import footage by plugging mini SD card with adapter into computer Battery stays in camera Poor Mic Stays in shell case Autofocus (no manual) No Zoom No Viewfinder Good for timelapses and point of views
I. Equipment Storage Cameras are numbered and stored in the numbered pockets in the equipment closet Lenses are numbered and stored in the numbered pockets on the closet door Lenses Canon SLR Cameras Notice the straps go in the pockets ONLY the T3i records VIDEO
I. Equipment Storage Batteries are numbered to the specific camera they belong with and they are stored on their specific numbered chargers in the bin in the equipment closet Camera bodies and lenses have numbered caps to keep dirt and dust out. All the numbered parts remain together! When not using caps, store back in the storage pockets, not on desks! Canon Caps & Numbering Canon Batteries
I. Equipment Storage Cameras are numbered 1-6 and stored in white charging station. Each camera has it’s own shelf GoPro is in the camera bag next to the white cabinet. There is only one GoPro Camera SONY HandyCams Plugs in cabinet plug into cameras to charge GoPro Camera and parts remain in bag
I. Equipment Storage Tripods are always stored on the wood cabinet in the equipment closet Tripods There are 3 small Sony Tripods and 2 larger Canon tripods. DO NOT USE the two really big tripods!
I. Equipment Storage Batteries must be removed for storage Zoom Mics Stored in the plastic cart next to the white cabinet. Top drawer. There are 5 Zoom Mics
I. Equipment Storage Walkie Talkies are always stored on their chargers plastic basket above the white cabinet in the equipment closet 2-Way Radios
II. Equipment Sign Out An equipment order form must be completed with your name in order to sign out equipment. This says that you are responsible for the equipment you are signing out. Equipment restrictions and replacement costs are possible if the equipment is misused in your care You cannot use big cameras and audio kit
III. Handling the Cameras Four Basic Rules: 1. Do not drop cameras or subject to any physical shock 2. Cameras and lenses are not waterproof and should not be used in the rain or around liquids 3. Never touch the mirror in the Canon camera body or the glass on the either side of any of the camera lenses 4. Use a soft cloth, not your finger, to remove dust and fingerprints from the mirror & lenses
III. Handling the Cameras For the Canons, always place camera body cap and lens caps on when not in use Never store lenses on their side (they can roll) For the Sony HandyCams, always close the shutter doors when not filming
SD Card goes into side of Canon camera with label facing the back of the camera III. Handling the Cameras You have to use a 32gig SDHC card for filming in the Canons. You can borrow one in exchange for your student ID A regular SD card goes in the side of HandyCam 6 The GoPro uses a mini SD card. I will handle that for you
III. Handling the Cameras 1. For the Canon T3i, take correct numbered battery off charger 2. Open door at bottom of camera 3. Insert Battery in SLOWLY 4. Do not JAM the battery in! If it doesn’t slide right in, you are putting it in the wrong way, or you have the wrong battery (we have four different kinds of batteries)! 1. For the Canon T3i, take correct numbered battery off charger 2. Open door at bottom of camera 3. Insert Battery in SLOWLY 4. Do not JAM the battery in! If it doesn’t slide right in, you are putting it in the wrong way, or you have the wrong battery (we have four different kinds of batteries)! NO! YES! DO NOT remove the batteries on Sony HandyCams! They go on plugged in chargers I will handle GoPro Battery. It can remain in camera
To Attach the Lens to the Canon Camera: 1. Align White Boxes or Red Dots 2. Twist Counter Clockwise until you hear a click To Remove the Lens from the Canon Camera: 1. Press and hold release button next to lens, and twist clockwise III. Handling the Cameras Lens Release
Lens Grip Body Flash Viewfinder is LCD Screen on Back Mode Dial On/Off III. Handling the Cameras Canon T3i SLR
You must switch to VIDEO CAMERA mode by aligning the icon with the white hash mark Record button is on back near red dot III. Handling the Cameras
Zooming allows you to move your subject closer in frame without actually moving closer to the subject Manually control using Zoom Ring Canon T3i SLR III. Handling the Cameras
For selective focus (throwing the focus), set switch to the MF setting Requires you to manually focus on subject using the Focus Ring Manually adjust the focus ring! Canon T3i SLR III. Handling the Cameras
Zoom is on top of the camera Record is on the back Sony HandyCams III. Handling the Cameras Autofocus ONLY!
Record Button Power Button GoPro III. Handling the Cameras Must toggle though modes to find continuous photo mode for timelapse
IV. Returning Equipment When done using the Canon T3i Camera: 1.Remove SDHC card and place at your desk 2.Remove the battery and place on the charger with that number 3.Put numbered body cap back on the camera body and place back in numbered pocket with strap in pocket 4.Put numbered lens caps on lens and place back in numbered pocket
I. Equipment Storage When done using the HandyCams: 1.Plug USB Cable into Computer and import footage 2.Place back on charger in white charging station When done using the GoPro: 1.See me! I’ll help you get footage off the camera 2.Store back in bag next to white cabinet
THE VIDEO CAMERAS REVIEW SONY HD HandyCam Canon SLR GoPro
Camera Review Check lens to make sure it’s clean. Only touch with a cleaning cloth – see Mr. Capp. What are these? What is this? What is it used for?
Camera Review Touchscreen or No? What can you do on here? Touchscreen or No? What can you do on here?
Camera Review What is this used for? Place hand through here or hold low and tight to body
Camera Review What do you need to remember about this?
Camera Review What is this? What do you need to remember with this? Look here!!! Why do you hit this twice per shot? Is there delay? Why do you hit this twice per shot? Is there delay?
Camera Review When would you use this button? What do you do with this?
Camera Review When you plug your camera into the computer USB port, which do you need to select on the touchscreen?
Camera Review To delete your raw videos from the camera, go to playback mode on camera. Then, use the touch screen to go through the steps. First go to “Edit/Copy”
Camera Review Second, go to delete
Camera Review Select either Multiple Images or All in Event depending on what you want to delete. Then proceed to follow the on-screen instructions
Camera Review When you are finished, make sure and plug the camera back in to the charger (top slot behind door).
Tripod Review First, unlatch these:
Tripod Review Re-latch the clips on the legs so that the tripod will stand securely.
Tripod Review Set the tripod to the desired height and expand the legs outward from the base so that all three legs will be secure on the floor or other surface
Tripod Review neck If you need more height, unlock collar, then twist or pull to extend the neck of the tripod. Then, lock collar
Tripod Review This is the top of the tripod where you will secure the camera. The camera screws in to this base. First, pull this latch out, then remove the base from the rest of the tripod
Tripod Review Tripod connects by screwing base in here Once the cork base is removed from the tripod, simply screw it into the base of the camera
Tripod Review Next, with the camera secured to the base, fit the base back into the top of the tripod and close the latch securing it. TIP: Always double check to make sure the base is secured to the tripod! TIP: Never move the tripod while the camera is attached! TIP: Always double check to make sure the base is secured to the tripod! TIP: Never move the tripod while the camera is attached!