SALE EXTENDED until 31st of July!! 50% off my mine and Drew Gardner’s DSLR training products DSLRs 20th July 2010 Summer sale for just the next ten days!! It expires on the 31st of July so hurry now!! Just click on the banner below and enter code: summer50 into code section (case sensitive) and get 50% off. 0 Previous Post Next Post You may also like 16th December 2010 VIMEO VIDEO SCHOOL DSLR BASICS: Timelapse with DSLRs 14th July 2010 Sony’s new low end interchangeable lens camcorder with APS sized sensor 30th April 2010 The Great NYC DSLR meet up! 38 comments Philip, do you think youre going to make a 550d/t2i training video? Log in to Reply hi kim…no current plans, but the 7D will work 90% for you…just a few differences in menus…. Log in to Reply Kim, I have the T2i and Philip is absolutely correct, much of the information can be applied. But I do admit,a T2i video would be great! Log in to Reply Damn! Missed out on that one. Log in to Reply missed out on what? Log in to Reply Oh, already bought the 7D training video…I even forgot to use the original discount code. Well worth it even without a discount though! I recommend it highly! Log in to Reply Thanks for the tip, Philip! 45 Dollars for the 7D version is a really great price, I had to use this opportunity because after buying my camera, lens and tripod, my wallet isn’t as fat as it used to be xD. Bought the downloadable version, it’s running now! I too am using a 550D but i’m sure that’s not going to be a problem. Greetings from Holland, Niels Log in to Reply Thanks for this! Just bought the 7d vid…looking forward to it! Log in to Reply Hey Phil, Been obsessed with your site the past month and it has really got me thinking creativly again. I think what you are doing here is so great and it has really opened my mind to some amazing possibilities. I decided to go with this download as I am preparing to buy a 550D at the end of the month and want to be able to get my hands dirty with all the controls. DSLR is new to me, and this is extremly exciting stuff. Thanks once again Philip! Your site is firmly bookmarked! Josh Log in to Reply cheers Josh Log in to Reply Hey Philip, Are you aware that links within the body of your posts (routed through http://philipbloom.net/wp-content/plugins/feed-statistics.php?url=xxx) all go to an error page? Kind of annoying. Thanks for all of the awesome info! Log in to Reply Can you explain further for me please Mike? Log in to Reply Sorry, I forgot to mention, this only happens within Google Reader ( http://google.com/reader ). For whatever reason, the links embedded in your RSS feed don’t work, but when you visit the actual post page, they work fine. It’d be awesome if you could fix this! Log in to Reply Hey Phillip, Vaguely remember from a previous post that you recommended your 7d video over your 5d video. Even though I’m buying the 5d mkII camera would you recommend me buying the 7d video or would I be better off getting the 5d video? Log in to Reply 7D has more info in it…works fine for 5D, as long as you know how to turn the live view on in menu in 5D as it is not covered in 7D video Log in to Reply Thanks Philip, your offer times perfectly with my new 7D purchase. About to sit and watch the video now, seems like it will be a great introduction. Will let you know my thoughts in about 1hr 15min! Log in to Reply Hi SBG Please email us firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll have our tech support team figure this out for you. The download files are hosted on fast Amazon S3 servers and so you should not get a server times out issue. Usually this issue is related to local isp’s. Drop us a line and we’ll identify why you are experiencing difficulty. Thanks Log in to Reply Hi Philip, I just bought the 5D and the Stills in Motion DVD’s. Thank you very much for the very generous discount ! And congrats with the (unfortunately) last episode of the shoot-out. Very funny shot of the three of you on the back-seat of the taxi. The lens was just not wide enough for your posture i guess 😉 The whole series were ground breaking, interesting and fun to watch. What i liked most was that you (and i) were all caught by the same fever while presented with new ideas and tools to explore our own creative universe. Cheers, Michiel Log in to Reply Nice discount….purchased the 7D version, can’t wait… Log in to Reply Probably missed out on the discount, but hopefully should be getting this soon to use with my t2i! Log in to Reply still valid for one day more Log in to Reply Awesome, thanks! Log in to Reply Hi Philip, Thank you for your time, help, and inspiration. Your a real asset to this community and movement. I appreciate the discount, as this is becoming a fast and expensive hobby! Regards, Chris 7D Digital d/l Log in to Reply Philip thanks for this. I took advantage of the memorial day sale before the extra extensions. Hope you all make a ton of money. Good work and thanks for what you do for the film/video community. Log in to Reply Merci beaucoup got it all!! Log in to Reply Great value. Just purchased the 5DmarkII video. Downloading now. Apparently there is an update to the video to address the newer firmware release. I can’t seem to find it on the shop or website here. Can someone please link me? Thanks. Log in to Reply Hi Jason The update video is playing on the store front now http://www.learndslrvideostore.com/ We’ll be launching a new store very soon with more updates and Phil will let you know when new offers come online and any new updates as they happen. Thank you very much Den Log in to Reply i just bought the 7d dvd few weeks ago, wish i had waited a little longer for the discount Log in to Reply am sorry you missed the sale, but that is the nature of sale am afraid! hope you enjoyed it anyway. Log in to Reply Hi there Phillip, thanks alot for all the time spend making this. Purchased the 7D training last night, and just finished watching it. Some very useful and good information in the training! A question if I may please, with what mic did you capture your voice, if a lav, how did you hide it, and how did you manage to get the background noise so low? thanks very much, Derrick Log in to Reply Sony UWB mics. Used Rycote undercovers under my shirt. these mics will not pick up much background noise. v good. Log in to Reply thanks for the information, I really appreciate it, so to sum up, something like the Sony UWP-V1 with the omni lav system under your shirt? And then I’ve never seen the Rycote undercovers (http://www.rycote.com/products/personal_mic_solutions/undercover/) so thanks very much for that! I’m ordering some of them right after this. thanks again, Derrick Log in to Reply Hello everyone Do you Know where to buy cavision filters in UK? Thank you very much Log in to Reply Hi Philip, take a look at this 10 sec video. It warns people about laser lights pointing at a 5D: http://vimeo.com/13450755 Share if you like. This was taken during a parade in the street. I’m waiting to see if Canon will be nice to repair… Thanks Log in to Reply For me, this is an essential resource for breaking into the DSLR revolution with the Canon 7D. The only thing missing from the video was a list of clever responses for clients who demand to know where the giant video camera went. “No, no, no, we want a TV COMMERCIAL not pictures.” Today, I came up with “No worries; I’ll just snap off 24 pictures a second and animate them in post…might cost a little extra.” Log in to Reply cheers Christopher! Log in to Reply First video I did after buying your tutorial. Still need some stabilization as you can see from the handheld footage. The Z-finder is not quite enough on its own 🙂 And I really need a fader ND filter… For a newbie like me you tutorial gave me a ton of information. Keep up the good work. Shot on the 7d. Log in to Reply Forgot the link… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmqtkKChDro Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.