The below collection of information assumes you already know how to shoot video on your Canon DSLR and are looking for the proper settings as suggested by respected DSLR filmmaker Phillip Bloom. If you don’t know how to shoot video, I’m sure there is plenty of instruction on YouTube, but I’ll make and post a video for beginners on this blog soon.
These settings were not all in the same place when searching the net, so I pulled them together from three different sources in an attempt to help those shooting DSLR video. Credit is given to those sources, and of course Mr. Bloom.
For shutter speed you are doubling the frame rate, so for Pal and a frame rate of 50p you would use 1/100 shutter speed.
It may be hard to notice but in the last image, sharpness and contrast are to be turned all the way down (to the left). The idea is to shoot flat and add sharpening, color, and other grading later in post.