I have a canon 60d and I want to use it for video. I was tempted to sell it and get t4i because of the continuous Autofocus feature, but I've read over and over again, that u should manually focus for video anyways.
But here's the thing, just by looking at the little LCD on my camera, I cant tell if everything is fully focused. It might look focused when its small, but when you blow it up on your monitor, it might be a just a bit out of focus. for a professional video, this is not acceptable.
Am I missing something, is there a secret to manual focus? is there a feature I should be using? or do you all just have super human vision, and can tell just by looking at on camera LCD?
10x zoom if you can pre-focus if not get magic lantern and try focus peaking or live focus zoom box- it's absurd they don't ship cameras with firmware to do that stuff or plug into a larger external monitor or a small one with built in focus peaking
if you try sports, gonna be rough, magic lantern focus peaking plus f/22 and be there