How To: Film at Night with Your DSLR

Film at Night with Your DSLR

Have you ever tried to film at night with your DLSR in place with no good lightning at all or at places were the lights are flickering? Here its the Solution in 4 simple steps.

  • Always shoot between 1/50 and 1/60 ALWAYS or else the lights will flicker.
  • Never go above 1600 iso, or else your video will have a great amount of noise.
  • Shoot without in camera color correction or else the contrast will destroy your footage.
  • Shoot with shutter between 1 to 3,5 anything else will reduce the light absorbed.

Here is a short film showing the results of the above steps.

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6 Comments

cant believe that this video is captured by an entry level dslr! good for you!

ohh yeah the NikonD3100 is a true master piece for its range!

what if my camera films at higher frame rate such as 30 or 60 fps?

When i try to film inside a house or a mall with all tha neon lights around my picture is flickering like mad! thanks for sharing!

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