MY CAMERA SETTINGS FOR CINEMATIC VIDEO: Get the perfect exposure [Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO]

MY CAMERA SETTINGS FOR CINEMATIC VIDEO: Get the perfect exposure [Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO]

In this video I’m going to show my camera settings for getting cinematic video and how to get the perfect exposure. Understanting the exposure triangle [Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO], how frame rates work and white balance is also super important to get that nice cinematic look on your footage.
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// GEAR I USE

+ Canon EOS R:
+ Canon EOS 1300D:
+ Olympus OM-D E-M10:

+ Sigma 18-300mm:
+ Canon 24mm:
+ Yongnuo 50mm:
+ Canon 10-18mm:
+ Canon 18-55mm:
+ Olympus 14-42mm:

+ Parrot Bebop2:

+ FeiyuTech AK2000:
+ Zomei Q555:
+ Starblitz:

+ SD Card:
+ Hoya Variable ND Filter:
+ Feelworld S55 Monitor:

+ Rode Videomic Go:
+ Boya M1 Lavalier Mic:
+ Marantz Podcast Mic:
+ Sony Headphones:

+ ASUS Rog Strix G531GV:
+ ASUS Rog Gladius II:
+ WD My Book 6TB:
+ WD Elements 1.5TB:
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+ Epidemic Sound –
+ Envato Elements –
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