With its 4K resolution, 15 stop dynamic range, and user-friendly menus and settings, the Canon C200 is a great entry level cinema camera. If you’re going to be shooting in the countryside (or anywhere else), it’s important to make sure that you’ve tested your C200 first to ensure that it’s up to the task. These are a few test b-rolls I filmed in the countryside during the olive harvesting season (Gergei, Sardinia).
Take the time to familiarize yourself with the camera. Read the manual and play around with the settings. Make sure you understand the basic features of the camera and how it works. This will go a long way in ensuring that you get the best results when you’re out in the field.
Next, you should plan on taking your C200 out into the countryside and doing some tests. You can set up a tripod and practice shooting different scenes with different settings. This is a great way to find out what works best for you in terms of exposure, focus, and colour.
Finally, you should also make sure to test your Canon C200 under different lighting conditions. This could mean shooting in the sun, in the shade, or at night. This will help you to understand how the camera performs in different environments and give you a better idea of what you can expect when you’re out shooting in the countryside.
Testing a Canon C200 in the countryside is important if you want to make sure that you’re getting the best results from your camera. By taking the time to familiarize yourself with the camera, practice shooting different scenes, and test the camera in different lighting conditions, you can ensure that you’ll get the most out of your C200 when you’re out in the field.