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    Old Camera Still going strong.
    Junior Member
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    Aug 2017
    Detroit, Michigan
    Just looking to showcase my music video I have been shooting with the t2i. Just looking for some feedback on things I may need to improve on and so me ways I could take my craft to the next level. Check out my videos and let me know what you think. I would greatly appreciate it.


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    Senior Member Mike Krumlauf's Avatar
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    Apr 2006
    OG from Chicago. Currently in Denver, CO
    i checked out one of your videos. good compositions. I'd say if you have not experimented with magic lantern for your t2i, do it ASAP. If you want higher quality files to work with, adjust the bitrate within magic lantern. I'd also say invest in a small, cheap LED lighting kit and experiment with 3 point lighting in places you can do so. the t2i was a great camera ( i owned one myself years ago ). keep doing what you love and shut out the haters man.
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    Oct 2008
    Wirral, Cheshire UK
    I still use a couple of T2i/550D cameras as my B & C cameras for wedding films. With magic lantern they're great for that as you can set them to restart each time they reach their file size limit, so I can just leave them running unattended if I need to during ceremonies etc.

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