Yes. DSLR cameras are great for video recording. They are more compact than point and shoots or camcorders, and that makes them ideal for video production. As our video production company has grown, we’ve seen many instances where our friends have told us that video production simply couldn’t be accomplished on a DSLR camera without some serious setup.
I want to use my DSLR camera like a laptop (or other camera) – which features like recording.
While we do support Windows, Mac, and Linux, the primary function of the camera is to record video, and we have found that Windows 10 Mobile is the best platform for the most common production situations.
For our customers that want to use their DSLR with Windows cameras, we will support Windows devices like tablets and PCs via Windows Insider Build 14393. We will be continuing to review and adjust the cameras over time as we move towards a fully featured Windows device.
I want a good DSLR for video – which lenses and accessories will work with my DSLR?
All of the above-mentioned lenses are built for video, and are great choices when shooting in the wild. Check out our video DSLR accessories list to get an idea of current availability and price.
How can I learn more about DSLRs and their capabilities?
Watch the How to Build a Better DSLR tutorial from the original VJ-R.
Learn more about DSLR Cameras and the best lenses, and the best gear for use with them.
Do you know of other tools/resources that can help you on your DSLR video production journey?
Here are some other resources that might help you on your journey:
If you have any additional suggestions, we would love to hear from you! Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
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