Camera Settings for Cinematic Video Part 2 – Episode 4: Behind the Scenes of “Coming Home”

Camera Settings for Cinematic Video Part 2 – Episode 4: Behind the Scenes of “Coming Home”

What are the best camera settings for cinematic video? This video takes you behind the scenes of my short film “Coming Home” to dissect each scene with the best camera settings for a7iii as well as equipment and techniques used in the film.

📺”Coming Home” Short Film:

🎥Gear in These Scenes 🎞 :
a7iii Camera:
Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 GM Lens:
DJI Ronin-S:
Rode VideoMic Pro+:
Rode NTG4+:
Aputure HR672C LED:
Diffusion Panel Kit:
Sony a7sii:
Sony 16-35mm F4 Lens:
Manfrotto Monopod:

MY GEAR:
🎥My MAIN Camera:
📹My Second Backup Camera:
📷My Favorite Lens:
📸My Favorite Lens for Traveling:
⚖Awesome camera gimbal:
🎤The Camera Mic:
🚁My Drone:
📍The BEST monopod:
⚓My Main Tripod:
✈The Travel Tripod:
🦍GorillaPod:
💡Sweet Ring Light:
🛒My Slider:
🎒My Awesome Travel Camera Bag:
💻Macbook Pro for Editing:
🖥AWESOME Widescreen monitor:

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This Camber Motion video shows behind the scenes footage from the Camber Films short Film “Coming Home.” In the video you’ll see the best camera settings for cinematic video for the Sony a7iii. The best camera settings for a7iii are shown along with cinematic camera movement, cinematic camera angles and movement, cinematic camera settings, and cinematic camera techniques. You’ll learn how to make a short film, which will show many camera tips that will help with beginner filmmaking. Now only is this best camera settings for Sony a7iii helpful in learning how to make a short film for beginners with beginner filmmaking tips, but it will also help you with how to make a short film by yourself with the beginner filmmaking equipment needed to help make your short film even more cinematic. This is part 2 of 3 of the cinematic camera settings and techniques for making a short film, so stay tuned for the next video!

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