Do You Know these 15 Key Features of your DSLR? [VIDEO]

Do You Know these 15 Key Features of your DSLR? [VIDEO]

Got a new DSLR? Still trying to work out where to start? Check out this free video by Jeff Cable that runs you through 15 features of that DSLR that you should know about and be able to use.

Jeff covers a heap of ground – some is quite introductory but he does get a little more advanced too with lots of great examples.

The video is around an hour long so grab yourself a cup of your favourite beverage and settle in for some good learning.

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Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

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  • Neil Smith July 8, 2013 06:03 am

    I concur! Write the article!

  • Corwin Woods July 6, 2013 05:31 pm

    It's really an informative video, Jeff is rally a good presenter, many thanks for sharing these 15 key features about DSLR video. Keep it up.

  • Dave Cardillo July 5, 2013 08:25 pm

    Write the article. If you must do a movie, do it, but write the article. I hate u-tubies for a variety of reasons I could elaborate on, but will only do so upon request.

    Write the article.

  • Shwetank Upadhyay July 5, 2013 07:34 pm

    Hello Jeff

    Friend, first of all, great presentation. I would suggest all the amateur photographers to watch this video for better understanding of their camera.

    My question is regarding the Flash Component exposure. You said to use flash, reduced to -1, when shooting sometimes in dark or low light. But these flashes have a limited range,therefore will not light up anything more than 10 meters, so how do we get no starburst and how does it actually helps.

    One more pic you showed of was of Eiffel Tower, you said without flash it was completely lit up and impossible to shoot, but somehow that changed when you used flash. The tower seems to be at least 100mts from your camera, i am confused !!

    Best Regards
    Shwetank Upadhyay

  • Cathy July 5, 2013 01:34 pm

    Thank you Peter .. I am deaf and was excited when I read the title of the article as I am always looking for good tips for photography. I was very disappointed when I saw that it was a video. :0(

  • Kay Grogg July 5, 2013 04:28 am

    Thanks for posting this. As a high school photo teacher, it helps me to see how and what other teachers teach. I get bogged down in too much detail sometimes and this video has helped me to "focus" on the most important information and to see a different way to present my lessons.

  • Peter July 5, 2013 03:36 am

    In a trend I find increasingly frustrating, using you tube and other uncaptioned video rather than writing an article, DPS is becoming less accessible to the deaf and profoundly hard of hearing. This is ironic in DPS's case as photography is one of the main pursuits of our culture as our disability keeps us focused of visual hobbies or professions.

    Please provide written transcripts or guides with if you choose to continue along this path.

  • Cindy Miller July 5, 2013 03:27 am

    Great. I really learned a lot.

  • Aadil July 2, 2013 06:23 am is banned in my country. Can anyone tell me the other source to watch this video?

  • Diego June 30, 2013 12:24 pm

    A pity he kept saying "out of focus" while I'm pretty sure he was talking about either motion blur or camera shake.

  • Darren Rowse June 28, 2013 08:23 pm

    thanks for stopping by Jeff - we love your work!

  • S.R. NAIR June 28, 2013 04:58 pm

    Thank you, Jeff for the excellent presentation. I have learnt a lot of new things today. I shall try out many of the tips you have given.

  • Kevin Etter June 28, 2013 01:58 pm

    Jeff is a great presenter, the first presentation of his I watched on B&H was Pixels After Dark: Hooked since then. :)

  • Jeff Cable June 28, 2013 07:18 am

    Thanks for the shout out! :)