How to use Memory Recall on the Sony RX100 IV V VI VII and Sony Alpha A6400 / A6600

Aaron shows you how to use the memory recall function for video on the: Sony RX100 IV, RX100 V, RX100 VA, RX100 VI, RX100 VII. This also applies to the Sony Alpha A6400 and Sony A6600.

The Memory Recall function is a very powerful function for videographers. However, it isn’t explained well in the manual and can be confusing. Aaron explains it completely for you, including the mysterious M1, M2, M3, etc. settings.

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Sony RX100 VA (f/1.8 lens):
Sony RX100 VII (f/2.8 lens):
Sony A6600:

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Canon G20:
Polson MO-IDL1 lavalier:

How to Make FCPX Rolling Credits with Indesign

Aaron shows you how to make rolling credits in FCPX by harnessing the power of Indesign. Indesign is a powerful text layout tool. Every publisher, magazine company, and book layout artist uses it. You can import Excel files of your credits and get your credit roll done quickly You don’t have to fool around with tabs and spacing in the tool in FCPX or After Effects, Motion, or anything else.

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Review Limostudio 5in1 Light – Great for Photography & Youtube

To create videos in your photography or video/YouTube studio, you need light. And a lot of it. Aaron reviews the Limostudio 5-light bulb head for you. He’ll show how it works, what the advantages are, how much it weighs, and why it’s worth considering.

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LimoStudio 5in1 Speedlamp head:
Feit LED bulbs, 5000k, 17W power, 100W equivalent: