Hi everybody, just registered on this forum and hoping to pick up some tips etc as i've just bought my very first dslr camera (nikon d3200). I realise that it's an entry level camera but i was told it would be a good one to learn with. I have taken some pictures with it in auto mode just to get me going and they seem great. I have a fitness studio and took some pictures of the classes and put them on to my site Billinge Health and Fitness Studio -. I know i can get some better pics when i get into manual mode and when i buy a decent lens etc but for now i think they'll suffice
My question is... I made a little video interview with one of our customers to use on the home page and although the interview went really well i am not happy with the image quality, especially when the video is viewed a bit bigger if you watch it in youtube? I have seen some great video demos on the web with this camera and my video pales in comparison. Is it because i'm only using the lens kit that i got with the camera or is it the lighting or is it the video mode i used? I'm really happy with the sound quality as we used an external mic but i'm disappointed with the blurry video quality as i expected it to be crystal clear?
Ps i don't have the camera with me at the moment so i can't remember the video settings but i left them on the settings that the camera came with. I think it was 1080p but unsure on frame rate (would frame rate setting make all the difference?)
Any guidance would be much appreciated as, as i said, this is my first camera and i'm new to all of this
Thanks in advance