Video Cameras Guide: Don’t Miss Out On Upgrades
Advanced camera features are being packaged into user-friendly prosumer systems all the time — new HD and 4K cameras with auto-zoom and auto-focus capabilities.
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As with any technology, determining when is the time to upgrade is a tough balance to figure out. To move on to your next piece of equipment, though, a great piece of advice is to “hold on loosely.”
For churches with limited budgets, deciding on the next video camera or cameras can be daunting, with all the options and features available on cameras today. Even for churches that might not be directly streaming to 4K, deciding to go with a 4K video camera can be beneficial for the long-term in how well cropped footage in video can be used in future projects.
As challenging as it might be to decide on the right video camera for your church, also don’t ignore finding the right storage solution to be able to archive your footage in a feasible manner.
Read this 9-page PDF by Eric Bramlett, creative arts director for Community Christian Church in Naperville, Ill., since 1996. With his many years of experience, he outlines how the world of video has changed, and how digital has provided churches excellent opportunities to content with tools that are “downright amazing.”
With the many options currently on the market when it comes to video cameras, we hope this guide offers helpful pointers toward your deciding on the right video camera for whatever your needs are for your church.
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