Hi guys, today I want to help you step up your live video teleconferencing game. If you are using programs like Zoom or Skype it is actually really easy to drastically improve the video and audio quality even if you are just using your laptop. I noticed because of the pandemic that a lot of people’s work has changed to remote, from home setups. Often using programs like Zoom or Skype. Seems even now as life is starting to go back to normal, many companies see the benefit of using remote video conferencing applications to do a lot of what before they used to do in person. Continue reading Maximize Your ZOOM Video Conferencing Quality
Indie filmmaking sound recording kit on a budget from Rode is here. Say hello to the new NTG5 mic. Continue reading Shotgun Mic for Indie Films, TV & Docs
Since the Rode Wireless GO came out it has been reviewed by many and called the best in compact wireless microphone systems. The only problem is that none of those reviewers bothered to compare it to other similar but less known kits such as the PicoGear. Continue reading Is Rode Wireless GO really the best compact microphone?
I found the smallest and easiest to use wireless lavalier microphone kit and it’s not from Rode. Continue reading World’s Smallest Wireless Microphone!
Comica CVM-AX3 audio mixer connects all types of microphones to any DSLM, DSLR & video camera. Continue reading Comica CVM-AX3 Audio Mixer
Check out the latest generation of wireless mic systems from Sennheiser and also how I use it on a film production. Continue reading Sennheiser EW G4 Wireless Mic System for Filmmakers
Recently, I got a chance to try out two systems that allow to hook up two lav microphones to one recording device (ex. camera, portable digital recorder) and record remotely. Here’s my review of such systems from Saramonic and Comica. Continue reading Dual Wireless Lav Mic Systems
What camera or lens or gimbal should I get? This is probably the number one message I get. Here is my answer. Continue reading What camera should I get? Or gimbal? etc
I built a custom camera rig for my DSLM using various parts I found on Amazon. It costs just $200 and fixes the main problems I find with many DLSR/DSLM style cameras. My custom rig turns any DSLR / DSLM camera into a proper video production tool. Continue reading DIY Custom Camera Rig for $200
Today, I am testing out and directly comparing three directional microphones for film and video production. Continue reading Shotgun Mic Shootout