While even the most seasoned videographers agonize over choosing a new camera, it's the budding video enthusiasts purchasing their first video camera that will benefit the most from reading our free report.
Chico, CA (PRWEB) February 19, 2014
"Choosing the Right Camera" systematically examines all the essential details of 3 basic questions a prospective buyer should ask: What type of video will I be making? What are my special considerations for the right camera? What is my budget?
Joseph Ayres, Marketing Coordinator for Videomaker, describes that the inspiration for this newest addition to their library of free reports is to empower all types of video creators. "Time after time we hear our community members lament ending up with video that falls short of their original vision due to equipment limitations. All smart consumers know to research purchases to one degree or another, but when it comes to video cameras there are so many more factors to be considered." The 18-page report describes the various kinds of video you might find yourself shooting and explains why certain features are a good fit for those use cases.
The report also keeps the beginner in mind. Ayres adds "While even the most seasoned videographers agonize over choosing a new camera, it's the budding video enthusiasts purchasing their first video camera that will benefit the most from reading our free report." The report addresses not only the video features of a camera, but also the audio features. "Beginners often overlook the audio features of a camera and that can really impede the kind of video productions you can shoot successfully," adds Ayres.
The report concludes that buyers should map out what they intend to use the camera for and provides practical examples of how to choose the camera that's right for the job. It also covers additional support gear that might be required to make the most of all the features of the camera.
"Choosing the Right Camera" is just the latest title in an ever growing library of free video production training reports from Videomaker. Subjects cover all aspects of video production; from laying out a storyboard, to choosing the right lighting, to understanding the components and settings for a new digital camera. All reports are available to download, at no cost. Ayres says, "Our goal is to help people make better video and buying the right camera is the first step in the journey."
Founded in 1986, Videomaker was the first magazine to introduce video to a mass, non-industry audience. Though the video field has exploded dramatically in recent years, Videomaker still remains dedicated to its core mission: To encourage aspiring directors and documentarians to use video technology to find their own voices and tell their own stories. Today, Videomaker is more than just a magazine. It's grown to also become a robust online community, offering a full line of training DVDs, videos-on-demand, and a series of webinars and hands-on video training workshops. Every month, more than half a million professional videographers, independent filmmakers, and home video hobbyists turn to Videomaker to get the latest video scoops.