Create a wireless multi-camera live production studio using iPads, affordable lights and microphones, iOgrapher cases, and downloadable apps.
A tabletop device from Brookstone lets anyone turn their iPad into a video studio. Use it with the free teleprompter app to create more natural clips.
Owners of Apple’s newer, slimmer iPad will soon be able to shoot video with their own Padcaster: Connect a tripod, lighting, and a microphone.
The iPad-helper gets needed improvements with the second version. Plus, an iPad Mini Padcaster is in the works.
Who needs a video camera? Read this to learn the techniques and apps that let you create stunning pro video from your mobile phone.
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.