Audio / Visual

Canon EOS 5D Mark II / Canon Zoom Wide Angle-Telephoto EF 24-70mm Autofocus Lens

  • Camera Specifications:
    • Resolution: 22 megapixels
    • Sensor: CMOS 36x24mm
    • Bit Depth: 14 bit
    • File Formats: .jpg, .raw (tiff); .mov (NTSC/PAL)
    • ISO Sensitivity: 100-6400 (high sensitivity mode: 50-25600)
    • Shutter: 30-1/8000 sec
    • Memory: CompactFlash (16gb)
  • Lens Specifications:
    • Focus: Manual/Autofocus
    • Focal Length: 24mm-70mm
    • Aperture: f/22-f/2.8
  • Camera Usage:
    • Modes: The mode is selected by moving the Mode Dial on the top left of the camera. There are 3 main types of modes, allowing a varied amount of customization of features. These modes have sub-modes which gear the camera towards priority of one feature over another (e.g. – Advanced Operation Mode Av prioritizes control of the camera for adjusting the aperture). The main modes, and submodes are:
      • Fully Automatic:
        • Full Auto (rectangle outline icon) – Point and shoot.
        • Creative Auto (CA in rectangle icon) – Modify brightness, depth of field, color tone.
      • Advanced Operation Modes: Shutter speed, aperture and other camera settings to change the exposure.
        • P (Program Auto-Exposure (AE)) – Shutter speed and aperture are automatically set to suit the subject’s brightness.
        • Tv (Time Value) (Shutter-priority AE) – The shutter speed is manually set, and the camera sets the aperture to obtain the correct exposure matching the brightness of the subject. A faster shutter speed can freeze the action or moving subject; a slower shutter speed can create a blurred effect, giving the impression of motion.
        • Av (Aperture Value) (Aperture-priority AE) – The aperture is manually set, and the camera sets the shutter speed to obtain the correct exposure matching the brightness of the subject. A higher f-stop will keep more of the image in some range of focus, while a lower f-stop will blur out the background more.
        • M (Manual exposure) – The aperture and shutter speed are manually set.
        • B (Bulb exposure) – The shutter stays open as long as the shutter button is held down. Used for long exposure photography.
      • User Settings Modes: Creates presets of user customized menu options, and allows for faster access to them.
        • C1 – Preset 1.
        • C2 – Preset 2.
        • C3 – Preset 3.
    • Shooting video (note: if using your own CompactFlash card to shoot video, it must have a read/write speed of at least 8mb/sec):
      • The features of the Fully Automatic Modes and Advanced Operation Modes apply to recording videos. To activate Movie Recording, navigate to the Live View/ Movie Func. Set. in the settings menu.
      • If the Fully Automatic Mode will be used for filming (or you happen to be in the Fully Automatic Modes), turn the Main Dial (top right of the camera, behind the shutter button) to select Movie Recording and press the Set button. Select Enable and press Set again.
      • If the Advanced Operation Modes will be used for filming (or you happen to be in the Advanced Operation Modes), turn the Main Dial (top right of the camera, behind the shutter button) to select LV Func. Setting, and press the Set button. Turn the Main Dial to select Stills+Movie and press Set again. Turn the Dial and select Movie Display and press Set.
      • Regardless of which Modes you will be using, you should make sure to also set the Movie Recording Image Size.
        • Full HD Video:
          • 1920×1080/30fps
          • 1920×1080/24fps
        • Standard Definition Video:
          • 640×480/30fps
      • To display the image while recording on the LCD monitor, press the Live View button directly left of the view finder.

 

Tungsten Lighting Kit

  • Specifications:
    • Kit includes:
      • 7’ fixture stand
      • 500 watt bulb
      • Softbox
    • Voltage: 110VAC
    • Designed specifically for use in the softbox, the bulb extends into the center of the softbox, and light is reflected evenly throughout.
  • Usage:
    • DO NOT touch or handle the bulb with bare hands. Use gloves or a rag. Doing so will result in damage and explosion of the bulb!!!!!!