Hisword IsTruth: kinda need to know where the back button focus is...this is for beginners?
Dub Yuh: Anyone know how to take a digital zoom photo? Like if you take the photo with it zoomed in and focusing, it will take the unzoomed out photo.
Max De Leon: how do you turn on live view? i am a new canon user and i cant figure it out.. Please respond back.
Risje Wasje: witch camera is better canon t5i or nikon d3200
Dustin 3423: Will it allow you to take a photo when you are zoomed in as you were in this video?
Jessica Hill: This may sound stupid but I just bought this camera and found your video to learn and I have no idea what back button means.
Edward Mackez: thanks this taught me a lot
pokelover02: Thank you for your wonderful tutorials! :)
Ian Cooper: To fine tune focus manually in the examples shown did you need to switch off auto focus on the lens or is that unnecessary? I am a roomy who has just bought my Canon700d and find your tutorials really helpful. Thanks Toby!!
Sharpe: im on manual mode and i dont have that zoom button on thebottom right like you do... please help thank you
Noelle Paige: What camera did you use to film the video?
Hoan Tong: Hi Toby will this process work with my Canon 70D, Thanks.
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Jasmina Spahić: great video, you answered many of my question :)
SHIVI ARORA: i have a question which is bothering me a lot, i own a canon 700d with kit lens 18-55mm, then as you suggested next lens should be 50mm ef 1.8, but my kit lens at 55 mm and 50mm prime lens giving same magnification while 50 mm ef should give 80mm effective focal length, please try to answer and thanks a lot.....
Joshua Zaragoza (JoshuaVlogsBruh): planning on getting the t5i...thanks for tips!!
Ahmed Eshat: THANK U
kerry warf: I learned a lot from this... much thanks!
Amro Bullock: Hi, In video shooting I use canon 700d with 50mm usm 1.4 lens. Autofocus is on and servo is on. The lens keeps refocusing all the time, even on aperture of 5.6, so the subject becomes unfocused and refocused 100 times within the minute which makes the footage totally unusable. With the kit lens (18 - 55mm) it is less noticeable. Am I using the wrong lens for video (50mm), or maybe not enough light or what do you think is wrong. The salespeople are telling me that this is normal, while I see all you people produce sharp well-focused footage using the same camera that I use.
Vincent Wong: Toby. Can I know what kind of movie edit software you used on your video???
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