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Canon 80D Tutorial - How to make a Timelapse Video
 
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Views: 171349 Chris Winter
Canon T6i/T6s User Guide Training Tutorial: Wifi Setup & Demo
 
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✅✅ Best Lenses for the Canon T6i: http://amzn.to/2ztCeUB ✅✅ Canon T6i: http://amzn.to/2zv3JwS ✅✅ Canon T6s: http://amzn.to/2ztbMdy 👍 Thanks to Shutter Hub for the rental of the Canon t6i How to Set Up WiFi on your Canon T6i/T6s & 750d/760d using the EOS Remote and Canon Connect iPhone Apps. Thanks to ShutterHub for the rental of the Canon t6i So far I’ve been very impressed with the Canon t6i, it’s autofocus system has been greatly improved. The Canon t6i/750d doesn’t have the Canon 70d’s Dual Pixel Autofocus system, but it does have a Hybrid AF system which should compare quite well. The Canon t6i/750d has an improved 24.2 MegaPixel sensor which I’ve found does produce sharp images and an improved metering system with skin tone detection. The Canon t6i also has some other nice features, including improved wifi and NFC functions which will make it easy to transfer photos from your camera to your phone or computer. The Canon t6i vs Canon t6s will be an interesting comparison. The T6s does have a top lcd screen, which is a nice pro feature as seen on the 70d, a quick control dial and the t6s also offers Servo AF in Live view mode which is good for continuous Autofocus in burst mode. Canon t6i review, Canon 750d review, Canon t6i test video, 750d test video, t6i vs t6s, 750d, vs 760d, Canon t6i hands on review, Canon t6i Samples
Views: 99825 Chris Winter
Canon 80D Tutorial - Best Settings For High Quality Video
 
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Views: 387447 Chris Winter
Canon 50mm 1.4 vs Canon 50mm 1.8 STM - In Depth Comparison Review
 
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Views: 586242 Chris Winter
Canon 80D Tutorial - How to set up Back Button Autofocus
 
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Views: 57142 Chris Winter
Nikon D3400 Tutorial For Beginners (Buttons, Dials & Settings)
 
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✅✅ Buy the Nikon D3400 on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2jf3y17 ✅✅ My Nikon D3400 Full Review & Photos: http://amzn.to/2iGZ7ff ✅✅ Best Beginner DSLR's: http://amzn.to/2zv352q Nikon D3400 Tutorial So let’s take a look at the buttons and dials on your brand new D3400. Now at first it can seem a little bit complicated using a DSLR as there’s so many buttons on the camera, but once you get to use it a bit more, it becomes really familiar using them all. Now to turn the camera on, once you’ve got your battery in, all you need to do is flick the button on the right here the on switch and you’ll see that the back LCD screen will come on.  Now if you use the 18-55mm Kit Lens that often comes with the D3400, you’ll actually rotate the lens first before using it. It’s really simple to do this, all you need to do is press this little button on the lens and twist. Now don’t forget to press the button down when you twist or you could risk breaking the lens.  Let’s now take a look at the dial on the top of your top of your camera here.  Most likely when you get your D3400 it’ll be in the green Automatic mode. Now if this is your first time using a DSLR, this is a totally fine setting to use as the camera will adjust all of the settings for you.  If you twist the dial up the top here, you’ll see that we have a number of other settings, such as sport, landscaper and a kids setting. If you want you can play around with these settings as well but once you start to get the hang of your camera you’ll probably want to use the manual modes over here.  Now moving to the front of the camera we have a few buttons which you will use a lot. Starting at the very front we have the shutter button or the button that you’ll press to take photos.  Firstly you can half press the shutter button and this will allow you to autofocus on your subject, then you’ll hear a beep and then with a full press this will take the photo.  The red button at the front here will allow you to record videos. To record a video, firstly press the LV or live view button on the back here and then press the red button at the top and you’re good to go.  Next up we’ve got the info button at the top here. This will allow you to see different information on your screen.  And on the right here we have your exposure compensation button. This one allows you to essentially quickly adjust the bright of your photo so if its look a little bit dark you can press the button and turn this dial here which will allow you to adjust the exposure.  Speaking about that, you’ll use this dial quite a lot. Like I said before, this dial can adjust different settings such as your iso, aperture and shutter speed.  Moving to the left we’ve got the AE-L and AF-L button. This button is allows you to lock your exposure or focus or both which can be great once you’re getting a bit more experienced with your camera.  Let’s now take a look at some of the buttons on the back of the camera.  At the top here we have your playback button. After you’ve taken a photo or a video, you can hit this button to take a look at what you’ve taken. To move to the next photo, all you need to do is go right or left on the dial here.  Now if you’re not sure if your photo is sharp or not, you can press this little zoom button right here. The more you press it, the more zoomed in you get. To zoom out, all you need to do is press the button below.  If you’re not happy with the shot, you can simply delete by pressing the trash can button on the right here.  Now another button you’ll likely use a lot is the menu button. Once you press this it’ll take you into the menu system where you can change a number of different settings, but I’ll make another vide on that soon.  Lastly we’ve got the i button at the bottom here, which allows you to change a little bit of the information displayed on your lcd screen and on the bottom right we have the release mode button which will allow you to choose how many shots you want to take in a row and also if you want to take a timer shot.  Other than that if you move to the front of the camera we’ve got a few more buttons firstly with the function button at the bottom at the flash button above it. If you press the flash button it will allow you to take a photo with the flash which can be good in low light situations. To close it, all you need to do is press it down.
Views: 931184 Chris Winter
Canon 80D Tutorial - How to set up WiFi
 
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Views: 213269 Chris Winter
Canon T7i (800D) Tutorial - How to set up WiFi
 
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Views: 42233 Chris Winter
BEST Camera For Beginner Photography!
 
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Views: 1177392 Chris Winter
Canon 10-18mm STM Ultra Wide Lens Review & Video Test
 
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✅✅ Canon 10-18mm STM: http://amzn.to/2iFwcrZ ✅✅ My Top 5 DSLR Lenses Under $350: http://amzn.to/2iGxTFj ➡️ Written review & photos from the Canon 10-18mm STM: http://amzn.to/1L6ZTMW Let’s start this video off and talk about the build quality of the Canon 10-18mm STM. Now this Canon 10-18mm STM is actually quite different to a lot of other ultra wide lenses. Traditionally they’ve been very heavy and quite large. The Canon 10-18mm STM on the other hand is incredibly light and almost a petite lens. But I don’t mind that, I think it will be great for travel. Some of that weight loss is due to the fact that we’ve got a plastic mount on the bottom, rather than a metallic mount. That’s a little bit disappointing, but just be careful when you put it on, and you’ll be ok. As we move along to the front of the Canon 10-18mm STM, we’ve got a nice zoom ring which is quite large for the size of the lens and also, just like many other stm lenses, a very nice focus ring. It’s full time manual focus as well. One other feature i’m very happy that they’ve included is Image Stabilization. Sure on an ultra-wide lens it might not be so important, but it’s very nice to have especially for video work. - Now normally in my videos, I like to test out the bokeh of the lenses I review, but it’s not so much of a thing with the Canon 10-18mm STM Because we’ve got such a wide angle lens and relatively slow aperture, it’s quite difficult to get any sort of out of focus area. But as you can see here, if you get close enough to your subject you can get a bit of bokeh. But that’s not why we have this lens is it. - Now I’d like to demonstrate the focal range of the Canon 10-18mm STM for you. Now a typical kit lens on a crop sensor body like the Canon t3i or 70d, generally starts at 18mm which is good for day to day photography. But as you can see the Canon 10-18mm STM finishes at 18mm and goes all the way back to 10mm, a really really wide angle. Again here it is at 18mm. Now at 14mm. And all the way to it’s widest angle of 10mm. Pretty impressive. - Now to be fair, this isn’t a lens that I’m going to use everyday. So what purposes are good for this lens. Well this lens could great for a few different things. For instance Real Estate photographers nearly always use wide angle lenses to increase how large a room or property looks. Ultra wides can also be used for landscapes and weddings and another great use for this lens could be on a stedicam or gimbal for video work. Add in the Image Stabilization and STM motor and it could be a perfect match up for moving video. - Let’s talk about the image quality now. Overall i’ve been really quite impressed with the Canon 10-18mm STM, especially for the price. It’s decently sharp and all focal lengths, especially if you use Image stabilisation. We do have a little be of Chromatic Aberration, but nothing we can’t fix in post and it is quite easy to get flares with this lens, especially if you knock its aperture down. Distortion is actually handled quite well for an ultra wide and there are many charts online to show you the varying levels of it. One thing to note is that unless you have a tripod, this lens might not be your best bet in low light conditions. It’s max aperture of f5.6 is getting on the slow end and might result in grainy or blurry images. - Overall i’ve been very impressed with the Canon 10-18mm STM, and when you now consider the price as well, it becomes very attractive. Amazon have been selling this lens for as low $249 which compared to the competition, is incredibly low. It’s almost at a price where you could pick one up to have in your bag for a just incase moment. Sure it’s build quality isn’t like a tank, but for the price, it doesn’t need to be. So overall i’ve really loved this lens, it’s a real bargain for anyone who wants to get started in ultra wide angle photography.
Views: 267817 Chris Winter
Panasonic Lumix GM1 & 20mm Pancake 1.7 Review // Chris Winter
 
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✅✅ Panasonic GM1: http://amzn.to/2ztT85g ✅✅ Best Beginner Cameras: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ✅✅ Best Micro Four Thirds Lenses: http://amzn.to/2iFDrjF Today I review the Panasonic Lumix Gm1, the world's smallest micro four thirds ILC camera. This has become my absolute favourite camera to use on a day to day basis, first because it's so small and secondly because of it's amazing image quality. It's like a DSLR packed into a camera the size of a compact. It's incredible. As you can see in this video, I paired it up with the Panasonic 20mm 1.7 Pancake lens, another big favorite lens of many. This combination for me is perfect for an everyday prime lens combo. OTHER PLACES TO FIND ME: 😊 Chris Winter on Facebook ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-facebook 😊 Chris Winter on Instagram ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-instagram 😊 Chris Winter on Twitter ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-twitter 😊 Chris Winter on Google+ ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-googleplus A LITTLE ABOUT ME: Hey everyone, if you’re new to the channel, welcome! My name is Chris Winter and I run this channel which focuses mainly on photography and cinematography, with a bit of tech thrown is as well! Whether it’s Canon, Nikon, Panasonic or more, this is the place to hangout. We’ve got a fantastic photography community here, where everyone’s welcome to comment and enjoy our wonderful hobby! I always try and reply to nearly every comment, so feel free to comment if you’ve got a question, and I’ll try and get back to you as soon as possible. WANT TO GET IN TOUCH? 💻 I also run a website about photography and cinematography over at http://itschriswinter.com I hope you guys have a great day!
Views: 60768 Chris Winter
Sigma 35mm 1.4 Art vs Canon 35mm 1.4L - In Depth Comparison
 
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Views: 116469 Chris Winter
Canon T6i (750d) vs Canon T6s (760d) - Differences Explained
 
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Views: 172101 Chris Winter
Canon 77D vs Canon 80D! Should you buy the 80D or 77D?
 
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Views: 205623 Chris Winter
Canon T6 (1300D) Tutorial - Beginner’s User Guide to the Menus & Buttons
 
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Views: 1446556 Chris Winter
Canon 18-135 STM Detailed Review & Test // Chris Winter
 
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✅✅ Canon 18-135mm STM on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2iFG6Kd ✅✅ Canon 18-135mm USM (New version) on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2iGeT9Y Today I review the Canon 18-135mm STM Lens, and from what I've seen, this seems to be one of the best budget all round lenses that Canon offer. The STM motor works so well for video, especially paired up with a camera like the Canon 7D Mark II or the Canon 70d. OTHER PLACES TO FIND ME: 😊 Chris Winter on Facebook ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-facebook 😊 Chris Winter on Instagram ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-instagram 😊 Chris Winter on Twitter ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-twitter 😊 Chris Winter on Google+ ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-googleplus A LITTLE ABOUT ME: Hey everyone, if you’re new to the channel, welcome! My name is Chris Winter and I run this channel which focuses mainly on photography and cinematography, with a bit of tech thrown is as well! Whether it’s Canon, Nikon, Panasonic or more, this is the place to hangout. We’ve got a fantastic photography community here, where everyone’s welcome to comment and enjoy our wonderful hobby! I always try and reply to nearly every comment, so feel free to comment if you’ve got a question, and I’ll try and get back to you as soon as possible.
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Canon 50mm 1.8 STM In Depth Review (with sample images & videos)
 
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Canon T6i (750d) Hands-On Review & Video Test
 
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✅✅ Best Beginner DSLR's: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ✅✅ Canon T6i: http://amzn.to/2zv3JwS ✅✅ Canon T6s: http://amzn.to/2ztbMdy ✅✅ Canon T7i: http://amzn.to/2iGl2TJ 👍 Thanks to Shutter Hub for the rental of the Canon t6i — Canon t6i Hands On Review — I review and video test the Canon t6i (750d), which is the successor from the t5i. So far I’ve been very impressed with the Canon t6i, it’s autofocus system has been greatly improved. The Canon t6i/750d doesn’t have the Canon 70d’s Dual Pixel Autofocus system, but it does have a Hybrid AF system which should compare quite well. The Canon t6i/750d has an improved 24.2 MegaPixel sensor which I’ve found does produce sharp images and an improved metering system with skin tone detection. The Canon t6i also has some other nice features, including improved wifi and NFC functions which will make it easy to transfer photos from your camera to your phone or computer. The Canon t6i vs Canon t6s will be an interesting comparison. The T6s does have a top lcd screen, which is a nice pro feature as seen on the 70d, a quick control dial and the t6s also offers Servo AF in Live view mode which is good for continuous Autofocus in burst mode.
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Canon 77D Tutorial - How to set up WiFi
 
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✅✅ Best Cameras Under $800: http://amzn.to/2oZXkay ✅✅ Canon 77D on Amazon: http://geni.us/Canon77D ✅✅ My Canon 77D Full Review: http://amzn.to/2oy6cDa ✅✅ Canon 77D Photos: http://amzn.to/2oofVtN How to connect to Wifi on Canon 77D with your Phone. Hey there, my name’s Chris Winter and in this video I’m going to teach you how to set up wifi on your brand new Canon 77D. To connect you Canon 77D to your Phone, you'll need to download the Canon Camera Connect App from the iTunes App Store or the Google Android App Store. So that was a how to set up wifi brand new Canon 77D. Giveaway Entry Details, Official Rules & Privacy Notice: http://itschriswinter.com/videos/canon-77dnikon-d5600-giveaway-privacy-notice/
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BEST Beginner DSLR Camera 2018!
 
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✅✅ Best DSLR Camera For Beginners 2018: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ✅✅ Canon T3i: http://amzn.to/2jcCPSA ✅✅ Canon SL2: http://amzn.to/2jf1N3Y ✅✅ Canon T6: http://amzn.to/2jcZiz4 ✅✅ Canon T5i: http://amzn.to/2jf1MNv ✅✅ Canon T6i: http://amzn.to/2jf76k2 ✅✅ Canon T6s: http://amzn.to/2jcC0JP ✅✅ Canon T7i: http://amzn.to/2jcY2vW ✅✅ Nikon D3300: http://amzn.to/2jcoQwn ✅✅ Nikon D3400: http://amzn.to/2jf3y17 ✅✅ Panasonic G7: http://amzn.to/2jf8LpM Best DSLR Cameras For Beginners 2018 - Best Beginner DSLR 2018 Hey there, my name's Chris Winter and in this video I'm going to go through some of the Best DSLR For Beginner Photography so you can get an idea of which camera might be best for you. But anyway lets get on to todays question. ———————— So today's question asks: "Hey Chris, I'm 17 and have been saving up to get a DSLR. I love photography and have used my uncles camera, so can't wait to get one. What cameras would you recommend for a beginner like me?" First off, i'm so stoked for you wanting to get into photography. I started photography properly at around your age and it's been an awesome journey ever since. And fortunately there are quite a lot of DSLR's on the market these days which make it easy to learn on, so let's take a look now. Now if you're on a real budget, I'd take a look at a couple of older DSLR's first to learn the basics. These are actually pretty cheap these days when you buy them second hand. For example you could take a look at a camera like this one here. This is the Nikon D3100 and it's a little older now, but it's definitely a great one to look at if you're starting out. You can pick this up for about $150 dollars including a lens which is an awesome price to learn your settings such as shutter speed, aperture and ISO. Another older camera I'd recomned is teh Canon T2i or T3i. The Canon T2i was actually my first Canon DSLR and it's small and has great image quality. It also shoots in 1080p which is awesome. The Canon T3i is even better because it has an articulating screen which flips out to make it easier to compose your shots. If you're looking for something a little newer, I'd look at the Canon T6 or Nikon D3400. These were the most popular beginner DSLR's from last year and are pretty similar in specs. Both of these are also pretty small as well which is great because it means you're not worrying about lugging around a huge dslr all day. One camera I'd definitely recommend though at the moment is this one right here. This is the Canon SL2 and it's brand new and one of the most popular cameras you can get right now. It's best feature is it's awesome autofocus system called dual pixel which is the best autofocusing in any camera for video I've ever tested. I love this camera as well because it's just so small. If you want that nice and small camera size, but still liek the DSLR shape, I'd go for this one. It also shoots in slow motion, has a timelapse mode and has a tocuh screen which makes it super easy to use. Now although it's not specifically a DSLR, the Panasonic G7 is another camera I'd look into, especcially if youre into video as well. The G7 shoots in 4k which looks great, and also has that articulating screen which makes it great for shooting youtube videos. Other than that, you could also look into the Nikon D5600 or Canon T7i if you want a slgihtly hgiher level camera. But while you're just beginning, i'd highly recommend just getting out there with any DSLR you can get, and start shooting! So they were some of the Best Camera For Beginner Photography, hopefully I helped you make a decision. I hope you have a great day, and I'll see you next time.
Views: 880778 Chris Winter
Canon 80D Tutorial - Beginner’s User Guide to the Menus & Buttons
 
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Canon T6 (1300d) vs T6i (750d) - In Depth Comparison
 
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✅✅ Top 5 Best Beginner DSLR's: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ✅✅ Buy the Canon T6 on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zt1HNF ✅✅ Buy the Canon T6i on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zv3JwS ✅✅ Canon T6 Sample Images: http://amzn.to/2zv3bXQ ✅✅ My Canon T6 Review: http://amzn.to/2zv3bXQ BUILD QUALITY So to start off this comparison let’s take a look at the build quality and features of these two cameras. Now both of these cameras are actually pretty small in comparison to larger sized DSLR’s like the canon 80d or 7D Mark ii. And for a lot of people that might be a good thing. If you’re going to travelling or walking around with camera all day, both of these cameras will be light enough espeically if you pair them with a small lens like the 18-55 or nifty 50. Both cameras have a similar button layout and mode dials, but the t6i does have a few more options like iso, and display buttons on top. One thing to note is that if you get the more expensive t6s, you’ll also get a top lcd screen, which can be great if you want to check out to settings on the fly. On the side of the camera here we’ve got the t6i’s sd card slot, but on the t6, it’s kind in a bit of an odd spot, located in the battery slot. I prefer it on the side but the choice will be up to. LCD SCREEN So let’s now take a look at the screens on the back of these cameras. From afar you can’t really notice a big difference between the two and they both have a similar resolution. But the great thing about the t6i is that you can actually take the screen out and swivel it. This is called an articulating screen and it’s really useful if you need to get up high or down low to compose your shot. It’s great also if you want to take photos or film yourself like I do to make these videos. Both screens are really bright and work well outdoors, but I really do like the articulating screen on the t6i. TOUCH SCREEN Something I didn’t mention before was that the t6i has another trick up it’s sleeve and that’s a touch screen. It might sound a little gimicky having a touch screen but after you use it, you realise just how useful it is. It makes going through your menu a real breeze and is incredibly quick. On the t6 you need to press the d-pad on the right to move through your menu items, which is not too bad, but a little slower. But the best part of the touch screen on the t6i is that you can actually use it to focus. All you need to do is tap on the screen on what you want to be in focus, and it smoothly goes into focus. This works on both stills and video mode and it’s awesome. So it’s definitely a very good feature and one that one might be good to have on the next version of the t6. MENUS Speaking about the menus, both of these cameras are very similar. They’re both really easy to use and have enough settings to change, that you can really customise your camera. If you’ve ever use a canon camera before, these will both be very familiar for you. WIFI & NFC So another really cool feature that both of these cameras share is wifi & nfc. This allows you to control your camera using the Canon camera connect app on your phone and also allows you to transfer photos to your phone. This is great if you want to be able to quickly upload a photo to Facebook or instagram. I found that the T6 was actually easy to use and setup and you can tell that Canon have improved their software in the last year. BURST MODE & AUTOFOCUS So let’s talk about the burst modes of these two cameras. The T6 can shoot at a max of 3 shots per second, which isn’t particularly quick but should be fine for most situations, where as the t6i can shoot at 5 frames per second. For most photography, 3 frames per second will be fine, but if you want to shoot sports or fast moving subjects, the t6i is the way to go. And speaking about fast moving subjects, autofocus in stills mode is actually pretty good on both of these cameras.
Views: 360891 Chris Winter
Canon 80D vs Canon 7D Mark ii - In Depth Comparison Review!
 
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✅✅ Best Lenses for Sports: http://amzn.to/2iHmcOD ✅✅ Buy the Canon 80D on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zw1UQx ✅✅ Buy the Canon 7D Mark ii on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2iG70Br - Build Quality - Now i’d just like to say a big thanks to brisbane camera hire for letting me rent out the 7d mark ii for this comparison, but lets first take a look at the bold qualityy of these two cameras. So the first thing that you’re going to notice is that the 7d is a big camera. It’s quite a lot heavier than the 80d but also fits nicely in your hand. And if you’re going to be shooting with telephoto lenses, that can be a good thing especially to get the balance back. The 80d for me is the sweet spot for a dslr. Not too heavy, but not too light either. Now if you’re going to be shooting in rainy and dusty conditions, you might want to look towards the 7d mark ii as it’s full weather sealed whereas the 80d is just weather resistant. Now i’ve taken the 80d out in rain and had no problems, but if you’re ereally going to push it, i’d go for the 7d. - LCD Screen - Now one of my favourite features on the Canon 80d is it’s fully articulating screen. It’s fantastic. It’s not something I thought I’d use a lot, but i do. On the 7d mark ii we don’t have one and it’s a pity. When you want to compose your shots from down low, or from up high, say at a sporting event in a pack of other photographers, having that ability to have a swivelling lcd screen would be nice. Now a lot of people say that this could break off, but to be totally honest, I’ve never had a problem with it and i think a lot of people would like to see it added. - Touch Screen - Another feature which i wasn’t sure if i’d use a lot was the touch screen on the 80d. It’s really useful, especially for video work. As you know, both of these cameras have great dual pixel autofocus systems, but i really feel like the 80d is harnessing that power by having a touch screen. Being able to select on the screen what you want to be in focus is fantastic, and you can get some really great focus pulls with it. On the 7d mark 2 we have a little trigger to move your focus point. It works, but it’s just not the same. - SD Slots - Now one thing that the 7d is definitely doing better is it’s card slots, it has two. One for sd cards and one for cf cards. Having the ability to have a backup of what your shooting onto another card is huge, especially if you never want to miss that shot at a wedding, of a bird or at a big sporting event. To me it’s something I’d love to see on the next version of the 80d. - Top LCD - At the top of the camera right here both of these cameras have top lcd’s which are nice. Overall there’s not a whole lot different between the two. The 7d mark ii’s is slightly bigger if anything. - Viewfinder - Another of the big improvements to the 80d was it’s viewfinder coverage. The old 70d only had 98% coverage and it’s now been bumped up to 100% just like on the 7d mark ii. So you’ll be seing the same thing on both cameras. - Burst Mode - If your’e going to be shooting sports, you’ll definitely want to consider getting the 7d mark ii. It’s got an incredible 10 frames per second burst mode and also a higher buffer rate than the 80d. If you want to hear how that sounds, here it is: and this is what 7 frames per second sounds like on the 80d. 7 frames per second isn’t bad, but having 10 fps is definitely something i like to have have when shooting high speed subjects. - Wifi - One thing that i was disappointed that was missing from the 7d and was wifi, which is something that the 80d has. The ability to be able to quickly transfer photos to your phone or computer is key these days, especially in the world of instant media, and it’s something that i really like on the 80d. On the other hand the 7d mark ii does have gps, which is something that the 80d doesn’t have. Take your pick really. - Autofocus - So of course both of these cameras have some incredible autofocus capabilities. The 7d mark ii has 65 autofocus points compared to the 45 on the 80d. In general shooting it’s actually not that noticeable, but once you get into shooting fast sports and wildlfie, the 7d really is impressive. If you’re a professional, looking for the highest autofocusing capabilities, i’d look for the 7d, bit if your a semi-pro or someone who just likes to get out and shoot, the 80d will be more than fast enough. - Sensor - One are where you wouldn’t think a cheaper camera would come out on top is the sensor, and i found that the 80d did. It’s got a new 24mp sensor, compared to the 20mp sensor in the 7d. Now i’m not normally big on megapixels, but if you do like to crop your photos, which a lot of wildlife and sports photographers do, than theres a definte reason to look at the 80d.
Views: 171552 Chris Winter
Sigma 24mm 1.4 Art vs Canon 24mm 1.4L II - Lens Shootout
 
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✅✅ Click here to see my Top 5 Prime Lenses under $150 ➜ http://amzn.to/2iGxTFj ✅✅ Get the Sigma here: http://amzn.to/2iH8b3L ✅✅ Get the Canon here: http://amzn.to/2iFCvvF ✅ Thanks to Shutter Hub for the rental of the Sigma 24mm 1.4 ✅ Thanks to Brisbane Camera Hire for the rental of the Canon 24mm 1.4 💻 Watch my full review of the Sigma 24 1.4 Art here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHMMeM53cmk 💻 Watch my full review of the Canon 24 1.4L II here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uEpL9-JgskE ___________________________________________ OTHER PLACES TO FIND ME: 😊 Chris Winter on Facebook ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-facebook 😊 Chris Winter on Instagram ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-instagram 😊 Chris Winter on Twitter ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-twitter 😊 Chris Winter on Google+ ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-googleplus A LITTLE ABOUT ME: Hey everyone, if you’re new to the channel, welcome! My name is Chris Winter and I run this channel which focuses mainly on photography and cinematography, with a bit of tech thrown is as well! Whether it’s Canon, Nikon, Panasonic or more, this is the place to hangout. We’ve got a fantastic photography community here, where everyone’s welcome to comment and enjoy our wonderful hobby! I always try and reply to nearly every comment, so feel free to comment if you’ve got a question, and I’ll try and get back to you as soon as possible. WANT TO GET IN TOUCH? 💻 I also run a website about photography and cinematography over at http://itschriswinter.com
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Canon T7i (800d) vs Canon 77D - Head to Head Shootout!
 
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✅✅ Best Cameras For Beginners: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ✅✅ Canon T7i: http://amzn.to/2iGl2TJ ✅✅ Canon 77D: http://amzn.to/2iGzVoV ✅✅ My Canon 77D Full Review: http://amzn.to/2iGi81l ✅✅ Canon 77D Photos: http://amzn.to/2iGi81l ✅✅ My Canon 800D Review: http://amzn.to/2iG9fF4 ✅✅ Canon 800D Photos: http://amzn.to/2iG9fF4 800D vs 77D Hey whats up everyone, my names Chris Winter and in this video, I’m going to go through some of the differences between the Canon T7i and the Canon 77D so hopefully i can help you decide which one will be best for you. - Top LCD So I want to start off this comparison by first taking a look at one of the most noticeable differences between these two cameras. And thats here at the top of the cameras. You’ll notice that on the 77D we have a top LCD Screen, whereas its absent on the T7i. Now if you’re new to photography, you might be asking whats this used for? Well essentially this displays some of your main current settings at the top of your Body. So rather than having to look at teh back LCD or looking through the viewfinder, you can qucikly see and adjust your settings such as your Aperture, shutter speed and ISO. You can also see how much battery you’ve got remaining and other little settings such as if you’re wifi is connected. Now Top LCDs are normally found in higher end DSLR’s like the 5D, 7D or 80D cameras, so its definitely a nice feature to have on the 77D. Build Quality Let’s now talk about the build quality of both of htese camras. Now if youve never used a DSLR before, when you first pick them up you might feel like they’re quite heavy. But actualyl both of these camera bodies are quite compared to larger cameras like the 5D or 7D. Comparing these two cameras though, the 77D does feel noticeably larger. To some people that might be a good or a bad thing. To me the 77D feels more similar to a camera like the 70D or 80D. It’s got a little bit more heft to it and does feel like a bit more of pro camera. On the other hand, the T7i is smaller and feels more like a Rebel series camera like the t6i or t5i. It definitely doesn’t feel like a toy though and i do feel like the T7i would stand up to a lot at what you throw at it. So which one is better for you. If you want a really solid camera, that will work well with larger lenses, the 77D will be better for you. but if you want a camera thats going to be good for travel or to fit in your bag, the T7i will be the option to go for. Rear Dial So let’s turn the cameras around and take a look at the back here. Another difference you’ll notice is that the 77D has a thumb dial where as the T7i just has 4 buttons. I really like using this dial as it allows me to quickly change settings without having to press any other buttons. For example, I can quickly adjust my aperture by rotating this dial and change my shutter speed by using the front dial here. Is it a huge difference? Well not really, but if you are used to the dial, you’ll definiftely appreciate having it on the back here. Back Button AF This is a back button Autofocus button and its something I use every day. Now most people when starting out use the shutter button to focus, but on the 77D you can actually use this button here to focus instead. Mode Dial Lock To be honest I dont think Ive ever accidentaly bumped it, so on its not someting that I’d really worry about not having on the T7i. Price & Value So let’s now talk about something thats important to me and I’m sure is to you as well and thats value for money. The T7i retails for $750 for the body alone, where as the 77D retails for $900. That might not seem like much of a difference but to a lot of people that $150 could be a lot. So is it worth it getting the 77D? Well as you can tell after watching this video, the 77D defintiely does have a lot more features. It’s a great camera and is actualyl very similar to its bigger brothes the 70D and 80D. On the other hand the T7i is also a brillaint camera and will take photos that are pretty much exactly the same quality as the 77D. it’s mainly just the useability feautres on teh 77D that make it really stand out. I think both cameras would be great for most people. If you’ve got teh money go for the 77d, it’s easier to use, but on the other hand you could always get the Canon T7i and put the Extra $150 towards a nice lens like the Canon 50mm 1.8 STM. Eitehr way I’d highly recommend either one of these camras, I think you’ll be happy with them. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Want to share your product with my awesome community? I get watched by over 1,300,000 photographers a month and have 142,000+ passionate, camera loving subscribers. Let's talk and see what we can do together. I'll get back to you within 24 hours. All promotion and advertising inquiries: [email protected]
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Best Lenses for the Canon 77D!
 
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✅✅ BEST Cheap Lenses for the Canon 77D: http://amzn.to/2iIFIdF ✅✅ Canon 77D on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2iGzVoV ✅✅ My Canon 77D Full Review: http://amzn.to/2iGi81l ✅✅ Canon 77D Photos: http://amzn.to/2iGi81l ✅✅ Canon 24mm STM: http://amzn.to/2zw3uBX ✅✅ Canon 40mm STM: http://amzn.to/2ztU61o ✅✅ Canon 50mm STM: http://amzn.to/2ztYe1r ✅✅ Canon 50mm 1.4: http://amzn.to/2iG1cb7 ✅✅ Canon 10-18mm STM: http://amzn.to/2iFwcrZ ✅✅ Canon 18-55mm: http://amzn.to/2iGeeWi ✅✅ Canon 18-135mm STM: http://amzn.to/2iGgUmL ✅✅ Canon 55-250mm STM: http://amzn.to/2zuXd9g Best Lens For The Canon 77D. Hey whats up everyone, my name’s Chris Winter and in this video I’m going to through some of the best cheap lenses for the Canon 77D so you can see which ones might be best for you. So there are lots of good lenses available for the Canon 77d and not all of them have to be too expensive. The first lens that most people get when they buy a DSLR is called a Kit lens. The one that comes with the 77D is the 18 to 55mm. Now it’s the sharpest lens available, nor is the best but if you're just getting started, it should be perfectly fine. One of the great things about it is that it’s lightweight so you can always carry it aroudn in your bag and because its got a range form 18mm all the way to 55m, it’s greatt for learning which focal length you’ll prefer. But once you’re ready to get another lens, I’d generaltyl recommned getting a 50mm f1.8. These are also called a nifty 50 because they’re relatively cheap aswell. For example, Canon’s 50mm STM comes in at around about $125 and it's a fantastic lens. It’s got great autofocus with it’s stem motor and if you pair it up with the dual pixel autofocus on the 77d, you can get some cinematic smooth focusing. By the way guys, let me know in the comments below, if you could win a Canon 77D or Nikon D5600, which would it be and why and I’ll take a look at your comments. If thats a littlee too expensive for you, you can take a look at this lens here, this is the young 50mm 1.8. It’s a clone of the old Canon 50mm 1.8 and it's great value because it only costs around $50. Now it's not the sharpest lens around but it does have a wide aperture of 1.8 which means you're really going tbe able to get that shallow depth of field or blurry background, which is great for portraits. Now the 50mm is a little long on a APSC body, so it can be a little bit tightt for indoor shots. So for indoor shots. I’d recommend a lens like a 30mm or a 35mm. Sigma make a great 30mm 1.4 Art Lens, which is one that I used for about 5 years. It’s fantastic and works well lin video too. It cost around $450 so if that’s a little pricey for you, you could again take a look at yongnuo who make this lens here, the 35mm f2. This one costs about $150 and it’s pretty good quality. Again, it's not the sharpest but if you're just starting out, it could be a good option for you. So they were just a couple of lenses that should be work well with the Canon 77D. Giveaway Entry Details, Official Rules & Privacy Notice: http://itschriswinter.com/videos/canon-77dnikon-d5600-giveaway-privacy-notice/
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Canon T6i vs T6s vs 70d - Autofocus Compared
 
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✅✅ Best Budget DSLR's: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ✅✅ Canon 70D: http://amzn.to/2zv3Msy ✅✅ Canon T6i: http://amzn.to/2zv3JwS ✅✅ Canon T6s: http://amzn.to/2ztbMdy 👍 Thanks to ShutterHub for letting me rent out the Canon 750d & 760d :) T6i vs 70d, 70d vs T6s, T6i vs T6s which one do you prefer? Today I compare the Canon 750d & 760d which have Hybrid AF vs the Canon 70d which has Dual Pixel Autofocus. In this video I test them out using the Canon 18-135mm STM lens and the Sigma 30mm 1.4 lens.
Views: 73329 Chris Winter
Canon 80D vs Canon 70D - Hands On Comparison Review!
 
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Views: 160476 Chris Winter
Canon SL2 (200D) Tutorial: How To Set Up Back Button Autofocus
 
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Views: 21291 Chris Winter
Nikon D3400 Unboxing - Review of what you get in the box
 
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Canon 50mm 1.8 STM vs 50mm 1.8 II - Lens Review & Comparison (with sample images & videos)
 
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Views: 380735 Chris Winter
TOP 5 Camera Accessories You Need To See!
 
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✅✅ Best Budget DSLR's: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ▶️▶️ TriLens: http://www.friidesigns.com ▶️▶️ Pico Time Lapse: https://orderastro.com/pico ▶️▶️ Rollocam Hercules: https://rollocam.com ▶️▶️ Petsval Lens: https://shop.lomography.com/en/lenses ▶️▶️ Chronos 1.4: http://www.krontech.ca/ Top 5 Camera Gadgets You Have To Buy! Hey guys my names chris winter and in this video I’m going to show you 5 of the most awesome camera accessories. By the way I’m currently giving away and Canon 77D or a Nikon D5600 to one lucky subscriber, so hit that like button to enter. And also deinfitely make sure to check out my new list I made, the best cameras for under $400. Thats links below below this video, but anyway lets get started. 1: The TriLens if you’ve ever been shooting something like a wedding where speed is critical, theres nothing worse than being held back than by having to fumble around to get your lenses out of your bag. That’s where the TriLens comes in handy, essentailly what it is is a triple holder for your DSLR lenses. Simply put it on your waist, attach up to three lenses and you’re ready to go. The Tri Lens also has a swivelling mount so the heaviest lens will always be pointed striaght down, which keeps it stable when walking or running trying to get that shot. - 2: The Pico If you’ve ever want to take timelapses on your DSLR but don’t have it built in you know it can be a little bit of a difficult task. That’s where the Pico comes in. It was launched a few years ago and is still a very cool little accessory. It’s likea All you need to do is download their app on your smartphone and send it to pico. Once you’ve done that, you can attach it to your DSLR and the Pico will take control to create your timelapse. - 3: Rolo Cam Next up we’ve got the Hercules from Rollo cam, which is the worlds smallest camera motion system. The Hercules allows you to get cinematic movements even though its tiny, like seriously small. It easily fits into a pocket and can be assembeled in seconds. Even better though, it works with smartphones, gopros, and even DSLRs up to 9 kilos so most cameras should work. Sure it’s not going to be the best solution for every job, but I think it’ll be awesome to keep in your camera bag for when you need it. 4: The Petzval Lens If you’ve ever seen the Lomography Petzval lens I’m sure you’ll never forget it. That’s because it’s one of the most interesting lens designs you’ll ever see both inside and out. Firstly if you thought off white canon l lenses stood out, you’ve seen nothing yet as the Petzal 58 comes in a shade of Brassy Gold. But that’s not its only stand out feature. The Petzval is famous for it’s incredible bokeh or background blur that it produces. Now it’s swirly bokeh might not be for everyone, but I think it’s pretty interesting and will definitely make your photos stand out. 5: Chronos And coming in at number 1 is actually a camera but it’s an increidble at that. The Chronos 1.4 is an Ultra High Speed camera that’s actually relatively affordable. If you know anything about HiSpeed camera such as the Phantom Flex, they cost anywhere from $50000. Thats why the Chronos is so unique, it only comes in at around 2 and a half thousand. Now the chronos doesn’t have the quality of the Phantom, but it does shoot at a pretty impresive 1500 frames per seocnd in 720p. Sure to some people that might not be super cheap, but for a lot of cinematographers, thats a great price. So they were just some of the cool camera accessories you can buy today. Make sure to subscribe to win a DSLR and also deifnitely check out my list of hte best cameras for under 400 that link is under this video. See ya next time. Giveaway Entry Details, Official Rules & Privacy Notice: http://itschriswinter.com/deals-2/canon-77dnikon-d5600-giveaway-privacy-notice/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Want to share your product with my awesome community? I get watched by over 1,300,000 photographers a month and have 142,000+ passionate, camera loving subscribers. Let's talk and see what we can do together. I'll get back to you within 24 hours. All promotion and advertising inquiries: [email protected] Giveaway Entry Details, Official Rules & Privacy Notice: http://itschriswinter.com/videos/canon-77dnikon-d5600-giveaway-privacy-notice/
Views: 28652 Chris Winter
Canon T6 (1300D) Unboxing & Review of what you get in the box
 
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Canon 80D Unboxing & Review of what's inside the box
 
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Nikon D3400 Review! (vs D3300/Canon T6)
 
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Views: 460262 Chris Winter
Canon SL2 (200D) Tutorial - How To Set Up WiFi & Connect to Phone
 
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Views: 28999 Chris Winter
REVIEW: Neewer 3.5mm Hands Free Computer Clip on Mini Lapel Microphone // Chris Winter
 
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Canon T7i (800D) Tutorial - Beginner’s User Guide to the Buttons, Dials & Settings
 
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✅✅ Best Lenses For The Canon T7i : http://amzn.to/2iIFIdF ✅✅ Canon T7i on Amazon: hthttp://amzn.to/2iGl2TJ ✅✅ My FULL Canon 800D Review: http://amzn.to/2iG9fF4 ✅✅ Canon 800D Photos: http://amzn.to/2iG9fF4 So let’s take a look at the buttons and dials on your brand new T7i. Now at first it can seem a little bit complicated using a DSLR as there’s so many buttons on the camera, but once you get to use it a bit more, it becomes really familiar using them all. Now to turn the camera on, once you’ve got your battery in, all you need to do is flick the button on the left here the on switch and you’ll see that the back LCD screen will come on. Let’s now take a look at the dial on the top of your top of your camera here.  Most likely when you get your T7i it’ll be in the green Automatic mode. Now if this is your first time using a DSLR, this is a totally fine setting to use as the camera will adjust all of the settings for you.  If you twist the dial up the top here, you’ll see that we have a number of other settings, such as Scene, Flash and effects. If you want you can play around with these settings as well but once you start to get the hang of your camera you’ll probably want to use the manual modes over here.  Now there are a tonne of great videos on youtube if you’d like to learn more about these, once your ready to go fully manual.  Now moving to the front of the camera we have a few buttons which you will use a lot. Starting at the very front we have the shutter button or the button that you’ll press to take photos.  Firstly you can half press the shutter button and this will allow you to autofocus on your subject, then you’ll hear a beep and then with a full press this will take the photo.  Next up we’ve got our ISO button, focus mode button and your top lcd light button . Moving back we our main dial. Speaking about that, you’ll use this dial quite a lot. With this dial you’ll be able to adjust different settings such as your iso, aperture and shutter speed.  Just below, we have your top LCD Screen which allow you to see most of your settings without having to look through the viewfinder or on the back lcd. Let’s now take a look at some of the buttons on the back of the camera.  The red button at the front here will allow you to record videos. To record a video, firstly press make sure your in video mode using the switch on the left here then press the red button at the top and you’re good to go.  Below here we have our q button. This button is great as it allows you to change different settings once you press it down. Below it on the right we have the wifi button which allows you to quickly set up wifi so you can transfer your photos over the air. In the middle here we have your playback button. After you’ve taken a photo or a video, you can hit this button to take a look at what you’ve taken. To move to the next photo, all you need to do is go right or left on the dial here.  Now if you’re not sure if your photo is sharp or not, you can press this little zoom button right here. The more you press it, the more zoomed in you get. To zoom out, all you need to do is press the button below.  If you’re not happy with the shot, you can simply delete by pressing the trash can button on the right here.  Now another button you’ll likely use a lot is the menu button. Once you press this it’ll take you into the menu system where you can change a number of different settings, but I’ll make another vide on that soon.  Next to it we’ve got the info button at the bottom here, which allows you to change some of the information displayed on your lcd screen. Giveaway Entry Details, Official Rules & Privacy Notice: http://itschriswinter.com/videos/canon-77dnikon-d5600-giveaway-privacy-notice/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Want to share your product with my awesome community? I get watched by over 1,300,000 photographers a month and have 142,000+ passionate, camera loving subscribers. Let's talk and see what we can do together. I'll get back to you within 24 hours. All promotion and advertising inquiries: [email protected]
Views: 52494 Chris Winter
How to make a Timelapse - 5 Quick Tips!
 
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Views: 52124 Chris Winter
Canon 24mm STM Pancake vs 40mm STM Pancake vs 50mm 1.8
 
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✅✅ Canon 24mm STM: http://amzn.to/2zw3uBX ✅✅ Canon 40mm STM: http://amzn.to/2ztU61o ✅✅ Canon 50mm STM: http://amzn.to/2ztYe1r ✅✅ Top 5 Prime Lenses under $150 ➜ http://amzn.to/2iGxTFj Thanks to the lovely people at Brisbane Camera Hire for the rental of the lenses 👍 -- Want to skip to the good stuff? -- 0:30 : Build Quality 1:58 : Field of view comparison 4:06 : Macro 5:36 : AF Speed (Stills) 7:20 : AF Speed (Video) 8:48 : Sample Images 9:37 : The Winner! ___________________________________________ OTHER PLACES TO FIND ME: 😊 Chris Winter on Facebook ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-facebook 😊 Chris Winter on Instagram ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-instagram 😊 Chris Winter on Twitter ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-twitter 😊 Chris Winter on Google+ ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-googleplus A LITTLE ABOUT ME: Hey everyone, if you’re new to the channel, welcome! My name is Chris Winter and I run this channel which focuses mainly on photography and cinematography, with a bit of tech thrown is as well! Whether it’s Canon, Nikon, Panasonic or more, this is the place to hangout. We’ve got a fantastic photography community here, where everyone’s welcome to comment and enjoy our wonderful hobby! I always try and reply to nearly every comment, so feel free to comment if you’ve got a question, and I’ll try and get back to you as soon as possible. WANT TO GET IN TOUCH? 💻 I also run a website about photography and cinematography over at http://itschriswinter.com I hope you guys have a great day!
Views: 584402 Chris Winter
Canon T6s (760d) Hands-On Review & Video Test
 
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✅✅ Best Beginner DSLR's: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ✅✅ Canon T6s: http://amzn.to/2ztbMdy ✅✅ Canon T6i: http://amzn.to/2zv3JwS ✅✅ Canon T7i: http://amzn.to/2iGl2TJ 👍 Thanks to Shutter Hub for the rental of the Canon t6i — Canon t6s Hands On Review — I review and video test the Canon t6s (760d), which is the successor from the t5i and upgrade from t6i. The Canon t6s has HDR Video which i test out in video mode and has a new control dial and top lcd screen. So far I’ve been very impressed with the Canon t6s, it’s autofocus system has been greatly improved. The Canon t6s/750d doesn’t have the Canon 70d’s Dual Pixel Autofocus system, but it does have a Hybrid AF system which should compare quite well. The Canon t6is750d has an improved 24.2 MegaPixel sensor which I’ve found does produce sharp images and an improved metering system with skin tone detection. The Canon t6s also has some other nice features, including improved wifi and NFC functions which will make it easy to transfer photos from your camera to your phone or computer. The Canon t6i vs Canon t6s will be an interesting comparison. The T6s does have a top lcd screen, which is a nice pro feature as seen on the 70d, a quick control dial and the t6s also offers Servo AF in Live view mode which is good for continuous Autofocus in burst mode.
Views: 81799 Chris Winter
Canon T6 (1300D) Review!
 
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✅✅ Canon T6 on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2AMlEQb ✅✅ Top 5 Best Beginner DSLR's: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ✅✅ Canon T6 Sample Photos: http://amzn.to/2zv3bXQ BUILD QUALITY To start off this review, let’s first take a look at the build quality of the T6. The first thing you’re going to notice is just how small this camera is for a dslr. The T6 is one of the smallest DSLR’s you can buy from Canon and pretty much any company for that matter. But to me, that’s not a bad thing. Being a very lightweight camera can sometimes mean you’re more inclined to pick it up and take it out with you, rather than being worried that’s it’s going to be too heavy. On the top of the camera right here we’ve got all of the buttons that’ you’d expect to see on a beginner dslr and also this mode dial which allows you to select the mode you want to be in. Of course you’ve got all of the basic beginner modes, like sports and portraits etc, but also aperture, shutter and manual modes for when you want to get a little bit more advanced. The buttons on the back are actually pretty nice. I would have preferred to have had the menu and display button on the top however as I use them pretty often. So overall the camera’s build is good for what it is, a lightweight dslr, but i’d always be a little bit careful with this type of body. Oh and guys if you want to see some sample images I’ve taken with the Canon t6, i’ll put a link in the description box below under this video and you can check them out. LCD SCREEN So let’s turn this camera around now and talk about the screen. We’ve got a 3 inch screen on the back which has 920,000 dots and after testing it out for a while, it actually looks pretty good. Even in bright daylight it was actually pretty easy to see. It is however missing something that I really do like to see and that’s an articulating screen. Whereas on cameras like the Canon t6i and t6s, you can swivel your screen around to get better composition, with the t6 your kind of forced to take the photo even if you can’t see the screen. And that’s a bit of a pity to me and something I would have liked to have seen. I also would have liked to have seen a touch screen on the back of this camera, because they’re especially good for beginners. The screen itself is actually pretty nice, but i’d like to see those improvements made in the next camera. By the way guys if you’d like me to do a video comparing the new T6 and it’s bigger brother the Canon t6i, let me know by leaving a thumbs up on this video. MENUS So let’s quickly talk about the menus on the T6. If you’ve ever used a Canon camera before you’ll feel right at home with the menu system. It’s incredible easy to get around and change the settings you need. A little tip is that if you switch the dial on the top to manual mode, you’ll get a lot more settings that you can change which can be great. Again it would have been nice to have a touch screen to make it quicker to change the settings not eh fly, but this little d pad right here isn’t too bad and it’s pretty responsvie. So overall the menus are good, but make sure to check out more of the fearless in manual mode. WIFI & NFC So one of the new inclusions to the Canon T6 is wifi & nfc. So essentially what this allows you to do is connect your camera to your phone and do a number of things like transfer your photos and also get a live view of what your shooting. To me this is the perfect camera to have this feature, because it’s targeting a younger generation of users who love to share their photos on instagram and Facebook. It was pretty easy to setup the wifi, but not as intuitive as the 80d that i tested a few weeks ago. BURST MODE & AUTOFOCUS So let’s talk about the burst mode of the Canon T6. So essentially what this means is how fast the camera can take photos in a row per second. The Canon T6 isn’t super quick and can only shoot 3 shots per second. Now most of the time when you take a photo you’ll only be taking one shot anyway so it won’t make a big difference, but if you want to take some photos at a sports game or of a bird, this might not be the best camera for you. Autofocus in stills mode is actually surprisingly good, it’s snappy and should be fast enough for most situations. Now the lens that comes with the camera isn’t great, and is noisy in autofocus, but if you can get passed the noise, which sounds bit like a bee, it’ll work pretty well in well lit situations. VIDEO So let’s talk about using this camera for video. It’s pretty basic for video and will be fine for day to day videos.
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Neewer Lapel Mic vs Sennheiser G3 Lavalier vs Rode Samartlav // Chris Winter
 
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Buy the $3 Mic Here: http://geni.us/Neewer35mmLapelMic Buy the SmartLav Here: http://geni.us/RodesmartLav Buy the Sennheiser Here: http://geni.us/SennheiserG3Wireless
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Canon 77D (800D, T7i)! T6S/760D Replacement
 
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✅✅ BEST Cameras Under $1000: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ✅✅ Canon 77D: http://amzn.to/2iGzVoV ✅✅ Canon T7i (800D): http://amzn.to/2iGl2TJ ✅✅ Canon T6s: http://amzn.to/2ztbMdy ✅✅ Canon T6i: http://amzn.to/2zv3JwS Canon 77D Review. Canon 77D & Canon 800D Release Date. Hey whats up everyone, my names Chris Winter and I’m going to do a quick preview of the successor to the Canon t6i and t6s, called the Canon 77D. ‘ By the way, if you haven’t seen it yet, desfinitely make sure to check out my brand new list, the Top best Cameras for under $1000. That list is in the description box below. But anyway here’s what we know about the 77d. Name: So in 2015 Canon released two cameras, the Canon T6i and the T6s. If you were outside of America, these were called the 750d and the 760d. This time around the cameras are going to be called the Canon 77D, the T7i and the 800D. You know I really wish Canon would simplify their naming structures, but oh well. Sensor: So the Canon 77D (T7i, 800D) looks like it’s going to be using a 24.2 megapixel sensor. It’ll also have 45 AF points as well. Now this is nothing special, but for the majority of users, especially beginner users, this is going to be more than enough. Dual Pixel AF: Now next up we’ve got something pretty important, and that’s the inclusion of Dual Pixel Autofocus in video mode in the Canon 77D (T7i, 800D). Now if you’ve watched any of my videos over the last few years, you’ll know just how good Dual Pixel Autofocus is in cameras such as the 70d and the 80d. It allows you to smoothly and cinematically pull focus either using the touch screen on the back or by using a mode such as face tracking mode. For example I’m actually use it now and you can see that it works great, in fact I’ve used it for all of my videos for the last 2 years. So last years t6i and t6s has something called Hybrid Autofocus and while it was definitely and improvement over the t5i models, it wasn’t on par with it’s bigger brothers. So to me this is the biggest inclusion in this camera and it’s something to genuinely be excited about. Burst Mode: One unexpected little bonus in the 77D (T7i, 800D) is a bump up to 6 frames per second from 5. Now this isn’t going to be a huge deal, but it if you’re into taking sports and wildlife photography, you’ll appreciate the difference. Video So one thing again that we are missing out on with the Canon 77D (T7i, 800D) new camera is 4k video. To be honest I didn’t expect it and although I’m slightly dissapointed, for most people it’s not going to be a big loss. Sure there are a lot of good cameras out there shooting in 4k, such as the G7, G85 or the A6500, but for I’d actually trade the 4k that they have for the brilliant autofocus in video. It looks like we’re also getting 5 axis electronic image stabilization as well, which could be good, but that’s something that I’d want test out properly once I get my hands on it. Either way guys I’m actually really excited about this Canon 77D (T7i, 800D) camera and so should you. I’ll definitely be looking to buy a couple to do some reviews on very soon. If you enjoyed this video I’d love it if you could leave a thumbs up and guys also definitely make sure to check out my top 10 list of the best Cameras for under $1000. Have a great day!
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Canon SL2 (200D) Tutorial - How to connect DSLR to your computer via Wifi and control it (tether)
 
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✅✅ Best Cameras For Travelling: http://amzn.to/2iIxJNL ✅✅ Canon SL2: http://amzn.to/2jf1N3Y ✅✅ Canon 200D: http://amzn.to/2jf2hXQ 🌅🌅 Canon Utility App Download Link: https://www.canon.com.au/cameras/eos-200d/support Canon SL2 Tutorial User Guide Wifi Computer - Canon 200D How to Tether your DSLR to your Computer via Wifi. In this video, I show you how to connect your Canon 200D (SL2) or any other Canon DSLR to you computer or PC. With this you can tether wirelessly your DSLR so you can control and download photos.
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Canon 77d vs Canon 70d - Best DSLR Under $1000?
 
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✅✅ BEST DSLR's Under $1000: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ✅✅ Canon 77D on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2iGzVoV ✅✅ My Canon 77D Full Review: http://amzn.to/2iGi81l ✅✅ Canon 77D Photos: http://amzn.to/2iGi81l Canon 70D vs Canon 77D - Best Canon DSLR Under $1000 Hey whats up everyone, my names Chris Winter and in this video, I’m going to do a quick comparison between the brand new Canon 77D and the Canon 70D so you hopefully I can help you choose which one will be right for you. So let’s start off this comparison by first taking a look at the overall build quality between these two cameras. Now the Canon 70d came out a few years ago but I’ve always appreciated how good it feels in the hand. This is actually my daily shooter and I’ve used it constantly for nearly 3 years now. It always feels solid and I’ve never had a problem with it’s build. But in saying that, it is a little bit heavy. I generally use the 70d for filming these days so i’m not lugging it around too much. On the other hand though, we have the 77D which to me does feel considerably lighter. Now the 77d is definitely not a small DSLR compared to cameras such as the Canon SL1, but it does feel like it would be a little bit easier to carry around on a day travelling. So if you’re looking for a camera that’s going to be easier to bring around, the 77D will be the one to get. Burst Speed So one difference between the Canon 77d and the Canon 70d is it’s burst speed. But it’s not a huge difference and in theory you might not even notice it. The Canon 70D is a quick shooter at 6.7frames per second. In my use over the years, thats been more than enough on most occasions. The 77D comes shoot at 6 frames per second. Is it a huge difference? Nope, not really. If you shoot a lot of action, say sports and wildlife, the 70d will be better for you. But if you don’t generally spray off a lot of shots in succession, then you’ll be fine with the 77d. Shutter Speed Now speaking about shooting action, another difference that the Canon 70d has compared to the 77D is it’s shutter speed. The Canon 70d tops out at 1/8000th of a second compared to 1/4000th of a second. If you like to shoot with wide apertures on bright days this could be a nice feature to have on the 70d. Battery Life Let’s quickly talk about battery life. The 70D uses these tried and tested LP-E6 batteries. These are awesome and I’ve bought heaps of them. But really I don’t use them all that much because the battery on the 70d is pretty great. I’ve actually been pretty impressed with the 77D’s battery life as well and it’s probably nothing you’ll have to worry about but in general I have found the battery life better on the 70D. Megapixels The Canon 77D also comes in with 24.2 megapixels, compared to just 20.2megapixels on the 70D. These days megapixels aren't as important as they used to be but if you do like to crop your images and keep them sharp, the 77d will be better at that. Wifi & Bluetooth One new addition to the Canon 77D is it’s inclusion of bluetooth connectivity. Both the 70d and the 77d have Wifi & NFC built in to help transfer photos and overall it works great. So much so that i haven’t really even needed to use the bluetooth on my 77d. So to me it’s not really a benefit, i guess it’s nice to have as a backup but i’ve really found that the wifi does work well so yep, that’s that. Stabilisation Now one nice feature on the Canon 77d it’s it’s new built in image stabilisation. Essentially this helps you get a steadier shot even when shooting without a lens with IS. That also means it does crop your image a little. How does it work though? Well pretty well and it’s a nice little feature to have on the 77d. If you do shoot a lot of video, this might be a feature that’ll push you over to the 77d. Viewfinder Let’s talk about the viewfinders on both of these cameras now. The Canon 70d has a pentaprism viewfinder compared to a pentamirror viewfinder on the 77d. AF Points Being a newer DSLR, the Canon 77d has a very nice upgrade to 45 autofocus points. That’s pretty impressive for a sub $1000 camera and really looks impressive compared to the 19 Af points on the 70d. These are cross type AF points as well, so if you’re looking for a fast and accurate autofocusing camera, the 77d will be for you. As you can probably tell I have a spot in my heart for the Canon 70D. It’s been my daily shooter for nearly 3 years now and it’s a brilliant camera. But if I was to choose between these two today I’d probably go for the 77d. They’re very similar cameras, with the 77d being a little smaller and that appeals to me especially for travel. On the other hand, If you like that extra size and battery life, go for the 70d. Giveaway Entry Details, Official Rules & Privacy Notice: http://itschriswinter.com/videos/canon-77dnikon-d5600-giveaway-privacy-notice/
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Canon 77D Tutorial - Best Settings For High Quality DSLR Video!
 
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✅✅ BEST Cheap Lenses for the Canon 77D: http://amzn.to/2iIFIdF ✅✅ Canon 77D on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2iGzVoV ✅✅ My Canon 77D Full Review: http://amzn.to/2iGi81l ✅✅ Canon 77D Photos: http://amzn.to/2iGi81l DSLR Video Tutorial - Best Settings For High Quality Video In this video I'm going to show you the best settings for your Canon 77D and any other DSLR to shoot video with. These are a few video settings on the Canon 77D that should make your videos better. Frame Rates So the first thing that we’re going to look at is frame rates. To change the frame rate what we’re going to do is hit the Q button here and then hit this button here. As you’ll be able to see, we’ve not got a number of different options that we can choose from. For example if you want to shoot in slow motion, you’ll be best to shoot in 60 frames per second so you can slow it down in post. If you want a cinematic look, the best option is to shoot in 24 frames per second. And for me, I generally shoot in 30 frames per second as I find that this works well for uploading my videos to youtube. But you can play around with it and see which one you prefer in the end. By the way guys, let me know in the comments below, if you could win a Canon 77D or Nikon D5600, which would it be and why and I’ll take a look at your comments. Picture Profiles Next we’re going to take a look at the picutre profile that you can see on your Canon 77d. These are really important if you want to do any kind of color grading in your post prodcution. So to set up your picture profiles, again we’re going to hit the Q button, and then we’re going hit this little button here, which will allow us to adjust our profiles. You can see we’re currently in the automatic picture profile. Now if you're just getting started this is an ok profile to be in, but if you know that you do want to do some color grading, we’ll want to change it to a flatter proflile. What I normally use for video is the neutral picture profile. This allows to me to get a very flat image, so I can make more adjustments in post without losing too much data. And what you can actually do is if you hit info, you can adjust all of the settings. Giveaway Entry Details, Official Rules & Privacy Notice: http://itschriswinter.com/videos/canon-77dnikon-d5600-giveaway-privacy-notice/
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Nikon D3300 vs Nikon D3400! Which one should you get?
 
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✅✅ Top 5 Best Cheap DSLR's: http://amzn.to/2zv352q ✅✅ Buy the Nikon D3400 on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zuCHpC ✅✅ Buy the Nikon D3300 on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zsT31D Nikon D3400 vs Nikon D3300 - 5 Key Differences Hey whats up everyone, my names Chris Winter and today I’m going to explain in a simple way, the 5 key differences between the brand new Nikon D3400 and last years model, the D3300. But anyway, let’s get started. Weight So I want to first begin with the smaller details that you might not have noticed at first, starting with the weight of these cameras. From afar they both look pretty similar, but interestingly enough, the new D3400 is actually lighter than the older D3300 even though they’ve now included the new Snapbridge system. 430 grams compared to 395grams might not seem like a big deal, but when you’re carrying your camera around for 9 hours a day, you’ll appreciate the lighter weight. Headphone Jack So if you do like taking a lot of video with your cameras, the older D3300 might still be the better bet for you. That’s because on the side here the D3300 has a dedicated microphone jack, whereas on the new D3400, it’s been removed. For most people who just use their camera to take photos, this isn’t going to be a big deal, but if you do know that you want to take video with better sound, the D3300 will be the best choice for you. Snapbridge One of the big new features that Nikon was touting with the D3400 is it’s inclusion of it’s Snapbridge technology. So this is includeded in higher end cameras like the D500, which I reviewed a few months back, and it essentially allows you to wirelessly transfer your photos to your phone. Now it’s not included in the older D3300, so if you know you want to upload to places like Facebook and instagram with your DSLR, the D3400 will be the way to go. Price Of course one thing thats important to both you and me is price and as you’d expect, being the newer camera, the D3400 is more expensive than the older version. But it’s not as much as you’d probably think. The D3300 comes in at just under $500 at the moment n Amazon with the 18-55mm kit lens, wheres the D3400 comes in at just $50 more. To me, that’s not a whole lot more considering you’re getting bluetooth built in. Battery Life And lastly, and probably the least talked about new feature of the new D3400 is it’s improved battery life. And to me this is a pretty huge deal. The new D3400 now has a battery life of over 1200 shots, doubling the battery life of the old D3300. Theres not many more annoying things than when your battery runs out, especially at a wedding or something similar, so that to me is a huge win for the D3400 and something I’d definitely take into consideration when thinking about which camera you want to buy. So they were my top 5 differences between the D3300 and the new D3400.
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Rode Invisilav Review & Sound Test // Chris Winter
 
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✅ Buy the Rode Invisilavs here ➜ http://geni.us/RodeInvisilavs OTHER PLACES TO FIND ME: 😊 Chris Winter on Facebook ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-facebook 😊 Chris Winter on Instagram ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-instagram 😊 Chris Winter on Twitter ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-twitter 😊 Chris Winter on Google+ ➜ http://bit.ly/chris-winter-googleplus A LITTLE ABOUT ME: Hey everyone, if you’re new to the channel, welcome! My name is Chris Winter and I run this channel which focuses mainly on photography and cinematography, with a bit of tech thrown is as well! Whether it’s Canon, Nikon, Panasonic or more, this is the place to hangout. We’ve got a fantastic photography community here, where everyone’s welcome to comment and enjoy our wonderful hobby! I always try and reply to nearly every comment, so feel free to comment if you’ve got a question, and I’ll try and get back to you as soon as possible. WANT TO GET IN TOUCH? 💻 I also run a website about photography and cinematography over at http://itschriswinter.com I hope you guys have a great day!
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Canon 24mm Pancake 2.8 STM Lens Full Review with Photo & Video Samples // Chris Winter
 
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✅✅ Top 5 Prime Lenses under $150 ➜ http://amzn.to/2iGxTFj ✅✅ Canon 24mm STM: http://amzn.to/2zw3uBX ✅✅ Canon 40mm STM: http://amzn.to/2ztU61o ✅✅ Canon 50mm STM: http://amzn.to/2ztYe1r ✅✅ Canon 50mm 1.4: http://amzn.to/2iG1cb7 More videos on this lens (Filmed on the Canon 70d & T6i/750d): Canon 24mm STM Face Tracking Autofocus Test: http://youtu.be/ZGlViL4SJtg Canon 24mm STM Autofocus Sound: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsrR2C4xvALmBDk1tFBsyBSSClWoJ_XNW Canon 24mm STM Stills Autofocus Speed Test: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsrR2C4xvALmBDk1tFBsyBSSClWoJ_XNW I review the new Canon 24mm f2.8 STM lens which I think is definitely going to be one of the best lenses for 2015. Only just released, I picked mine up on amazon and have done a full review, testing it out in a number of situations. The bottom line? It performs fantastically. The autofocus speed of the Stepping Motor (STM) works like a charm, loocking on focus in both stills and video mode without a problem. It's a tiny pancake lens, but don't let that stop you thinking it's not built well. It's built like a little tank. Canon have done a great job making this lens so small. It's definitely a good competitor for other normal lenses, such at the 24mm 1.4 and 24mm 1.8.
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