Camera moving ?

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Camera moving ?

Postby true on 01/15/2017, 4:48 am

Does anyone know 0:49-after ? Camera moving or effects ?






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Does anyone know 0:24-after ? Camera moving or effects ?

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Re: Camera moving ?

Postby Farmfield on 01/15/2017, 11:39 am

First video, moving steadicam (or camera on some sort of gimbal), second video digital effect, done in comp/edit. :)
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Re: Camera moving ?

Postby JohnNoels on 01/30/2017, 3:21 am

Hello Everyone! I don't know much about Camera moving but I will must say that their is a feature of video recording in my DSLR in which you have to move or rotate the camera to the desired location and it will capture the video in 3D effects. Meanwhile the video captured will be a 3D video. Thank You!
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Re: Camera moving ?

Postby Steve Adams on 07/29/2017, 2:09 am

Camera moving you need to do a mixture of Gimbal. I personally do no like the camera moving too much it can go beyond normal some times. I would personally stay away from that. But since you are really into it then I would say get a gimbal and get a camera which has image stabilization installed like canon camcorder or something similar. Because moving the camera can make the vibration get amplified and you may get very shaky results. So I would say use the guide I shared and learn more about image stabilization and then get started. Cheers ;)
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