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Can someone give me any tips on this.
I've been shooting video clip with my Canon 80D Camera.
My video most of the times is very unstable, that I have picture stablizing on and I'm being mindful of my stance and how I'm holding the electronic camera. So what are some possible solutions? I've attempted firing on a tripod with combined outcomes. I also don't like how restrictive a tripod can be. Would certainly shooting in 30 fps or also 60 fps make the video show up more stable since there are more frames in the shot?
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Shooting video with an SLR is always challenging; their stabilization is just not at the same level as a dedicated camcorder. The best thing you can try would be to get a magnetic viewfinder attachment that goes on the back LCD. This will let you bring it to your face and add an extra point of contact to hold it steady. The zoom will be pretty tough though no matter what you do.
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