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Settings For Starting In Real Estate Video

By David Jeffries

Where do you begin when you are setting up your shots for a real estate video shoot? You’d never run your camera on Auto for stills, so why would you ever leave your video image to chance with anything but manual settings. Having a good place to start is key. Let’s dive into our basic settings and the thought process for what to adjust and when.

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