Exploring the concept of "Shot on a Smartphone"
Moment V2 lenses: https://www.shopmoment.com/shop/
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Shoutout to Sam: http://youtube.com/samsheffer
Shoutout to Casey: https://youtu.be/V8mUeGa3HEE
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i have a canon 1300d with a kit lens and i find that footage from my iPhone 6s plus is better, is this because i am using a kit lens or something else, i was thinking of getting an Cosmo mobile 2 but I'm not sure if a better lens for my dslr would be a better option.
The one thing though is not all of those "Shot on" videos do use extra gear. Sometimes they do yes but anymore the majority of them don't. They are handheld or at most a stabilizer and maybe a moment or olloclip.
i honestly don't think buying a 600/700$ Smartphone (+maybe lenses?), just to have a decent camera is cheaper, than just saving up on your phone and buying a cheap one that can handle WhatsApp and Youtube and investing in a propper Camera with interchangeable lenses that you can keep for many years and upgrade over time...
I want to say
you are doing an amazing job... i have never commented so early on anyone's video but your work and your professionalism pushed me to tell you that you are doing febulous job.
1. Content is very precise..
2. I never lose my interest watching your video.
3. I always learn from it.
IPhone $500-$1000 you can buy Panasonic g7. Canon t7i, 77d, t6i with zoom lens and 50mm. Sony a6000 with a couple lens. A Nikon d5600, and d3400. Also Tripod, and a microphone. You can buy any of these in the range of an flagship iPhone.
Conforting me on my choices, already ordered the gimbal dji, moment are for next month. Also, Moment sells conter weight, 50g and 100g, but they seem to see us as mule, as they are selling those for 33$ a piece... I might try to build one my self before ordering it... I don't know...