Jackson Wong - November 06th, 2012
Jackson Wong - October 23rd, 2012
Grab your camera and go! That's what many of us think when it's time to shoot. But take a step back and think - would it have been better to get your camcorder? or something else? What do we actually mean when we say camera and camcorder?
Here is my Sci-fi Short Film
This one was entered in 3 Chicago 2012 film festivals
Title: The Launch
Some feedback would be appreciated
Thanks and enjoy
With new digital cameras touting high framerates of 120 to 300 fps, here's Tom Guilmette's film about a beauty called the Phantom Flex that almost catch a speeding bullet in flight....
I have a Canon Vixia HFM40. Looking for some quality audio as the last piece of my new setup. I've been eyeing different ways to go about it so I of course thought I'd get some advice before I spend $80+.
Should I grab a Shotgun mic to attach to the camera or should I get an external audio and just sync it up? Also some advice on what to buy as far as models would be appreciated too.
I have been tasked with creating videos for my organization. The videos will be primarily tutorials, CEO messages and recordings of various community events as well as the occassional video podcast. My video production experience would be best classified as "Beginner".
As I've been putting together my list of hardware and software needs, I want to make sure I don't buy equipment that's well beyond our needs, but also will not give us buyer's remorse in the near future. I also want to be considerate of cost; especially since this is a new function for the organization.
Mike Wilhelm - August 15th, 2012
i have a Panasonic AGHMC40P looking for the best cheapest mic set up even if possible wireless..
thanks in advance
Camera: FS-700 - $8,000
I need to devise a way to mount a small Canon Vixia camcorder directly above the subject, but not visible in the frame. What I'm seeing in my head is a hangman type setup like in the picture, except with a longer horizontal top bar. I have a tripod I can use as a base, but not sure exactly how to go about creating something to get the camera where I need it to be... suggestions?