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    Video beginner

    Okay, Iíve been a still photographer for years and have recently gotten into real estate photography. I was just given a job photographing a listing but was also asked to do a video walk through. I have never used the video function on my D810 and had to get the manual out to learn just the basics. My issue, after all this background is when I did a video around my house to practice, the camera is constantly refocusing as I move it and the resulting video is crap. I am using AF-F and tried several different focus points. What setting should I be using?


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    Re: Video beginner

    Not into video but from what i have read on most cameras of any make you need MF not any good though for a walk round video.
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    Re: Video beginner

    Video beginner


    Here's just a short real estate video walkthrough, as an example... I see a lot of panning and Zooming but if you notice, almost no refocusing... looks like manual focus... and very little focusing with large depth of fields...

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    Re: Video beginner

    Video beginner
    Thanks Fred

    Quote Originally Posted by FredKingston View Post


    Here's just a short real estate video walkthrough, as an example... I see a lot of panning and Zooming but if you notice, almost no refocusing... looks like manual focus... and very little focusing with large depth of fields...





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