How to Make a Tech Review YouTube Video Like DSLR Video Shooter
I’ve been watching DSLR Video Shooter’s channel for over 5 years!
📝 Here’s how to script a camera gear review video just like Caleb Pike…
📸 The Tech Beauty Shot + What is This Video
Jump right into what this video is…
Use the phrase, “This is the [X CAMERA], and in this video, we’re going to see if this $$ camera is worth buying.”
Then name the price of the camera and rhetorically ask if
📌 Camera Overview
“So let’s dive and talk about why this is the best camera for $$$…”
Give a little history to the camera while showing off close-ups of the camera’s buttons and ports.
📌 Menus & Software
Walk through the camera’s menu system, record modes, and slow motion.
📌 Camera Test & Image Quality
Mention something about skin tones and log curves. Have a staring contest with the viewer.
📌 Bad Stuff
You’ve gotta mention something bad about the camera (because there always is). But make sure you bring it back to say that this is your personal preference, not an empirical fact.
📌 Final Recommendation
Sum it all up for the viewer. Start your recommendation like this…
“If you are an X type of filmmaker, who likes Y, but doesn’t mind Z, then you’re going to love this camera.”
Here’s What to Film:
Main Camera: You standing at a table center-frame, lit by an Aputure 300D + 4x4’ Scrim Jim. Use a shotgun mic just off-screen.
B-Roll: Slow motion slider shots of the camera, close-up of your hands pressing the camera buttons.
Camera Test Footage: Make sure you look right at the lens, raise one eyebrow, and look surprised and/or confused.
Thumbnail: Same raised eyebrow + the camera + a canary yellow background. No text.
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