Canon 80D Cinematic Video Test
- A short sequence I put together using the 80D on a bright sunny day at the park. Really surprised with the dynamic range this DSLR can pull off given its price range. With 60fps for slow-motion and a flat picture profile installed, I would say the Canon 80D isn't too bad when you're trying to achieve the cinematic look with an inexpensive camera.
This was shot 100% handheld in Manual Focus, and I've used warp stabiliser on 2-3 clips at most. To check out all the lenses I've used for this video, be sure to click on my Kit link down below for a detailed analysis! Thanks for watching, hope you enjoyed!
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