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Jeremy Arthur

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  1. I read the sensor is cropped by 1.7. Do you guys think that makes a large difference?
  2. Man that is so cheap for RAW video. Is this the camera that has an internal battery? If it is, how do you guys feel about that? I feel that it could be a big problem if I wasn't shooting near a power source.
  3. Thanks so much for all the feed back, I used a blower bulb that we use to baste our turkeys with and it worked perfectly!
  4. Sorry I should have mentioned I have a canon T3i, but it is big and black which is freaky. I did try the sensor cleaning a few times and it didn't work. I have a micro fiber brush for cleaning lenses that has an air bulb, but the fibers are for lenses, but I will see what I can do. Thank you for all the fast and informative feedback!
  5. Thank you very much for the response! Should I get a cleaning kit? I saw someone use canned air, but that scares me because of the chemicals. But I think it's the same spec of dust for both pictures, I have a manual aperture lens, and I see it change size when I adjust it. Is that normal?
  6. I have a black dot in all my photos. I ruled out it my lenses because I changed lenses and it is still there in the same spot. I ruled out that it is my LCD screen because I imported them on my computer and looked. It increases in size when when I open the aperture more and decreases into a small dot when I close it. I don't know what it is, I know it's in the camera, but I don't know if it is the mirrors or the censors, I think it might be the mirrors since it changes with the aperture. But I'm still unsure. Has anyone else had this problem? I like to shoot in sunlight which is dangerou
  7. Are you using reflectors for you light? We usually like to use reflectors but was afraid it was too dark(first night shoot). But this is an out of frame shot of our scene with Lee filters on two 500 watt tungsten work lights. However, mine is more exaggerated lol, and the red light is supposed to be a chem light, and the blue light is just night time light. I hope this helps, I'm new so I don't know what you're looking for exactly >.< Are you reflecting the light? This is our set without using any reflectors but I liked the result
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