No matter the camera you’re using, your company’s videos need to be crystal clear. Learn to quickly set the focus on video cameras, DSLRs, point-and-shoot cameras, and even smartphones.
Your next camera operator is a compact robot. The Swivl follows your movements, and now works with iPads and DSLRs.
With the help of the right stabilizers, microphones, and other add-ons, your favorite Apple device can turn out high-quality video good enough for professional use.
The Logitech Broadcaster Wi-Fi cuts the cord with wireless streaming, and can be used in a two-camera setup.
It’s not just a phone: it can shoot, edit, and play video, now better than ever. So should the iPhone 5 be a part of your toolkit?
When filming video off-site, don’t forget to bring all the necessary equipment. What equipment? Read and watch this lesson to learn how to pack like a video pro.
For marketers getting started with online video, startup costs can be surprisingly low. Also, the three elements to include in your video to make them truly engaging.