Canon G7X Mark II Cinematic Video Test // Budget Filmmaking

Canon G7X Mark II Cinematic Video Test // Budget Filmmaking

This is my Canon G7X Mark II Cinematic Video Test where I take the popular point and shoot camera out in the field to test out its filming capabilities. Budget filmmaking doesn’t always mean low quality footage. Learn how to use your digital camera to its full potential and create that film look without the expensive camera gear.

Shooting is just half the work! Remember to get creative with your edits. Here are a couple links to tutorials that will help you achieve that cinematic look for your videos:
Transition Tutorial –
Colour Grading Your Video –

Featured Gear:
Canon G7X Mark ii –

My OTHER Gear:
Sony a6500 –
Sigma 16mm F1.4 Lens –
Sony 50mm FE 1.8 Lens –

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