errrrr well to be completely honest, i'm not a huge fan of Daz Studio. Some people use it and love it. I began working in 3D with Bryce, and later moved on to Poser ( this was before Studio even existed ). Since Bryce, Carrara and Poser were once all made by the same company, they all shared a similar interface, so transitioning from Bryce to the other 2 programs was fairly easy. Studio has a very different interface and I find it a bit clunky and awkward to work in. Also for film making I think Poser has some advantages over Studio. The major advantage Studio has right now is price, its just hard to beat free.
My recommendation would be, grab Studio now while its free, try it out, if you like working in a 3D graphics program and feel its something you really want to do, then look into getting Poser. But if you want a Daz Studio based tutorial, I am in no way qualified to do one as I don't have much experience in that program. I will be getting PFHoe in a couple days and then I will be doing a lot of stuff combining Poser with video footage, so I will be posting quite a bit on that.
Here are a few images I did a while back, this is a combination of Poser, Video, and FX Lab Pro. these are just stills but you can get the idea. Since I had no tracking back then, when ever I was going to be adding effects to a shot I locked my camera down on a tripod, so all my effects shots were very static, no camera movement. Its one way of working around the lack of tracking, but it gets old in a hurry. It becomes very noticeable that every time there is an effects shot the camera stops moving. I tried to get around that a little by adding camera moves in editing. I'd just zoom in or out in the frames or pan slightly side to side. But it still wasn't the best. Luckily most of what I shoot is sort of in the style of 50's and 60's sci-fi and horror films so I can get away with that sort of thing a little. I am really looking forward to getting PFHoe so I can get my camera off the damn tripod. Finally I can add effects and not have the camera locked in place.
But anyway here is an image sequence I did last year.