Alright...i sorta need a little-little help here.
I'm making a fingerboarding video with my dslr, and when i take close look on the videos, i can see lots, and lots of noise on the frames.
Please pay less attention to the tricks on the video, what i really like help on is information on how to reduce the amount of noise on my videos, which are shot on dark places.
I used ISO400 and F16-F20 in most of the videos
My lens is a 50mm EF1.8
Kindly please gimme advise?
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Last edited by ybrikgls; 08-02-2013 at 04:11 AM.
But there are few things that may be able to help you get cleaner footage:
-Use lower aperture, something like F/5.6 or F/8, so you can shoot at ISO100.
-If you're shooting with Canon DSLR, try to maintain your ISO within ISO 160, 320, 640, 1250. Dont go above ISO 1600 if you're not shooting with 5D mark 3.
There are also noise-reducing softwares, the one is used is called NeatVideo (you can search it at cgpersia.com forum), however, this noise-reducing software will soften your image as well.
hope that helps!
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