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Exposure Triangle for Video

heo3480

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Regardless if you use a Drone or DSLR camera getting the exposure right is important. It all starts with understanding Exposure Triangle and how ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed work together. This video will help you get the perfect exposure every time

 
Nice! But you still NDs for Mavic 2 Pro!

Thanks

Yes, for video in daylight there is still no way around it. But you have a lot more headroom, so you do not need to change as often as with the fixed aperture drones.
 
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Regardless if you use a Drone or DSLR camera getting the exposure right is important. It all starts with understanding Exposure Triangle and how ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed work together. This video will help you get the perfect exposure every time

Thanks so much, ton of information but all made sense.

My MA2 has fixed aperture of f/2.8, so in HDR mode the ISO and Shutter Speed are "dancing in concert" as the light changes. Crazy numbers I would probably never use manually.
 
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