2014 will be the year of wearable computers, and Google Glass could be an extremely versatile video communications device for any size workplace.
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.