Hey, it’s Ryan here…
And if you were paying attention to Jeff Walker’s recent launch…
You may have noticed the super-high quality, cinematic videos that he created for the launch.
I was totally blown away by them…
And then I remembered a prediction that Jeff made on the guest expert call he did for the Next Level Mastermind members:
Jeff’s biggest prediction for 2016 and beyond is that…
VIDEO is going to become more cinematic: more B-roll footage, more storytelling, higher quality.
And I’m seeing this happen more and more.
Which is why I wanted to see if I could put together a million-dollar high-quality camera setup…
For under $1000 bucks.
I did a lot of research, and here’s what I decided to go with:
The Canon EOS Rebel T5i Digital SLR:
But what’s more important is the lens:
Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM Standard & Medium Telephoto Lens for Canon SLR Cameras – Fixed:
The reason I chose this lens specifically, is that it’s a fixed lens (no zoom)…
But it gives you extremely high quality in average-light settings.
Which opens up a lot of light for indoor photos and videos.
It also has the depth of field which creates the “bokeh effect” with the blurred background and the subject in focus.
Add a $10 tripod from Amazon and you’re good to go for creating videos that look like a million dollars.
Have a great weekend!