Thank you both for your re


Thank you both for your responses. The reference to the pre-production was more to illustrate that I will have some time before the next performance to purchase additional equipment if needed, but I take your point about using proper terminology to get the most applicable response.

My main concern is just getting video close enough so that I can fix in post-production. I was a little apprehensive about my cams as well. I know that in still photography I can out-shoot many of my coworkers with a point-n-pray even if they are using a Canon Mark II – it’s all about technique. I just don’t know how well that applies to video. Are there any good forums/tutorials for WB, metering, and basic newbie video techniques?

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