How to record video on a Nikon D750 dslr camera
To record video on a Nikon D750 remove the lens cap turn the camera on press the live view button on the inside of the selector and then make sure you select “video” with that little white dot otherwise you can’t record and the red button on top of your camera will begin
the recording and you’ll see a record icon and a countdown timer. If you don’t see this you are not recording If you bump this with your thumb you’ll
interrupt your recording, and if you try to record when you’re in “picture” Live
View, you might think you’re recording because there’s that red box and often
red indicates recording. You are not. The red here just means you’re out of focus.
If I hold my shutter release halfway it focuses it’s green okay so make sure
you’re in Live View “video” mode, red button. If you need to record for longer
than 10 minutes, reduce your resolution or your frame rate. I’m currently at
1080p 60 frames per second which is the maximum this camera supports. If you
would like to change your focus mode there’s a button on the inside of this
focus selector you push in, and AF-S stands for single. And that’s going to
pick one point and just stay in focus with that, so this is blurry, and now this
is in focus, because that’s where I chose my point. If you want continuous
autofocus you use your thumb to switch between them while holding this side
button and AF-F will do continuous focus. So without me even touching the shutter
release, the camera will automatically refocus when I point it at something else.
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