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Vincent Laforet’s Tips for Getting Filmic, Gradable, Footage out of Your Canon HDSLR

Whether you’re using the correct ISO’s on your camera, a “film style” shutter speed, or a grading friendly picture style — using the right settings will affect your ability to get the image you want out of your camera. It’s with this in mind that Vincent Laforet shares his recommended settings for getting quality, gradable, filmic footage out of Canon HDSLRs:

First, here’s a video by Jon Carr showing how to change the settings on your 5D Mark II to those recommended by Laforet, along with a comparison of three picture styles — Standard, Laforet’s Recommendation, and Technicolor CineStyle:

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