Cameras Aren’t Needy, but You Might Be
By Daniel Beard · June 15, 2016 • With quality camera offerings from Canon, JVC and Blackmagic, features such as auto focus and zoom might be a need or might not be.
InfoComm 2016 Kicks Off With Impressive, Unexpected Products
By Andres Caamano · June 9, 2016 • Sony, Optoma, Lumens, Canon and Powersoft among manufacturers with standout products on day one of conference in Las Vegas.
2016 NAB IMAG Camera Review for Houses of Worship
By Marcus Hammond · April 28, 2016 • Looking for a great entry-level camera for your church, these options featured at NAB from JVC, Sony, Panasonic and Marshall are worthy of consideration.
Cameras For IMAG: A Valuable Tool For Churches
By David Bonilla · April 21, 2016 • Within church environments, IMAG can help increase the connection between the congregants and the preacher.
Daniel Beard: 4 Considerations When Purchasing A Camera
By Daniel Beard · April 20, 2016 • Look at what your needs will be in the future and plan for what’s on the horizon when deciding on that crucial piece of gear.
A Guide to Video Cameras When Wanting to Stream
By Jim Kumorek · March 11, 2016 • What to consider when selecting video cameras for capturing your church service.
Featured Product: Blackmagic Studio Camera
By TD Staff · November 3, 2014 • New Product Award winner, the Blackmagic Studio Camera is designed specifically for live production and is available in HD and Ultra HD models.
4 Pro Remote Control Apps for Managing Video and Still Image Cameras
By TD Staff · October 23, 2013 • Ideal for managing a multiple camera set-up, camera control apps let you capture essential content without being tied down behind your camera. Advantageous applications include covering press conferences, special productions and weekly services at houses of worship to name a few. Especially in consistent environments like houses of worship, where cameras can remain stationary from week to week, using remote camera control apps gives you the ability to maintain camera consistency while retaining functionality.
JVC Debuts Indoor and Outdoor PTZ Dome Cameras
By TD Staff · April 16, 2013 • The new VN-H657WPU and VN-H657U are both shipping now.
Fujifilm Unveils Wide Angle and Telephoto Lens Models
By TD Staff · April 9, 2013 • FujiFilm is showing two preliminary lens models at NAB 2013: The Premier PL 14-28mm Cabrio wide angle lens, model ZK2x14 and the XA55x9.5 HDTV Telephoto Box Style lens. The Cabrio is best suited for ENG or Cine style shooting. The XA55x9.5 HDTV Telephoto Box Style lens is designed for sporting events, houses of worship, corporate presentations or concerts.
D-Link Puts DCS-6210 Dome Camera Outdoors
By TD Staff · April 3, 2013 • The compact HD solution includes vandal-resistant, weatherproof housing.
TechDecisions Guide to 14 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Videoconference Cameras
By Bruce Amaro · November 26, 2012 • A comprehensive buying and technology guide to pan, tilt and zoom videoconferencing cameras to help you find the best solution for your needs. Also known as PTZ cameras, these pan, tilt and zoom cameras from AVer USA, Canon, Cisco, Dannovo, LifeSize, Logitech, Panasonic, Polycom, Sony, Vaddio and more all all designed for the quintessential videoconference experience.
TechDecisions Guide to 40 Document Cameras
By Chrissy Winske · November 26, 2012 • A comprehensive buying guide to 38 desktop, portable and ceiling mounted document cameras. These cameras display high quality images on a projector screen, flat panel monitor, or TV. They can even serve your videoconferencing and web camera needs. Check out products from Elmo, Wolfvision, Samsung, Epson, Avervision, iPevo, Lumens, Ken-a-vision, HoverCam, Vaddio, Qomo Hite Vision, Recordex
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, March-April 2018
The March-April 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about how to prepare, prevent and respond to church violence, a look into what church management software can do for your church community, and a piece on how a once popular nightclub venue was transitioned to become Shoreline Church's new home.