Best Camera Settings for YouTube [DSLR/Mirrorless/Action Camera]

Best Camera Settings for YouTube [DSLR/Mirrorless/Action Camera]

In this video, I show you the best settings to use on any camera to make your videos look better. This video covers a basic explanation of the exposure triangle, then show you the best settings to use, and lastly, I talk about three things you can buy to instantly make your videos look better. This video is based on much trial and error from years of combined filming between Nate and Mike. These are what I find to be the best camera settings for youtube as well as the best camera settings for almost any other application. If you have a DSLR, mirrorless camera, action camera, or phone camera to film your YouTube videos, you can adjust your settings to match these and make your videos instantly look better. Thank you for watching!!

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3 thoughts on “Best Camera Settings for YouTube [DSLR/Mirrorless/Action Camera]”

  1. Hey guys, little problems with the links on your description (404, …).
    Also, can't find the link to the studio lights you talked about in the video 🙂

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