Help with setting up a Nikon D610 to record my show

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  1. AussieDoug

    AussieDoug Full Time Elf

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    Just wondering if any of the camera gurus out there have used a Nikon D610 to record their show, if so what settings am I wanting to aim at using?

    Thanks in advance
    Doug
     
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    rukdolphin New Elf

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    Then it is quite a lot of me. We need to understand it more.
     
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    cheyne.m New Elf

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    HELLO

    First things first put your camera on a tripod. if you want to do video put it in Aperture mode use the lowest f stop you can iso put it on 1600 this should get you going then just play with the settings and see how you go
     
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    toodle_pipsky Minister of Silly Walks

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    [SIZE=medium]I have a Nikon D90, but I must admit I haven't recorded the lights, just taken photos. I can't push the ISO very high, I'm limited to 1000 before noise becomes a problem. Hopefully you don't run into this issue.[/SIZE]
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    [/size][SIZE=medium]http://auschristmaslighting.com/forums/index.php/topic,5304.msg45428.html#msg45428[/SIZE]
    [/size][SIZE=medium]David is a great photographer, here's some tips from him. I believe he uses Nikon gear too.[/SIZE]
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