Drones are great for getting aerial shots, provided you can keep the camera aimed where it needs to be. Enter AirDog, the Auto-Follow Drone for GoPro Cameras, which doesn't expect or depend on an operator keeping it in line. AirDog lives up to the loyal nature of its namesake by following its owner, who is wearing on his/her wrist the digital controller called the AirLeash.
I am working on directing and producing a documentary that will have two on-screen narrators. So I am looking for a dual wireless lavalier mic, with two conditions. First, I am looking for a low-cost solution (Under $350), and also I would prefer one not made in China, as my experience with gear made in China has not been good. Does anyone have any suggestions on where I can find what I need? Or should I simply use two individual wireless mics and run them through a mixer? Thanks!
Though my day-to-day responsibilities are mainly video production related tasks, I also get to wear a journalist hat from time to time. This mainly involves evaluating new products, writing about video production, and every once in awhile, I’m lucky enough to get a peek behind the scenes of a company. When I say a peek, it really doesn’t do it justice. Ess
I have been looking around for a portable wireless videotransmitter system. I just want to be able to see what my other cameraoperatoris shooting while doing a wedding. I came across this site http://www.dslrwirelessmonitors.com, Just wanted to get some people input on this product.