Remote collaboration tool gets major update.
Rode's new accessory pack aims to raise the bar for mobile phone audio and video capture.
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Recording a gig and sharing the video online is a great way to get your name out there, and Olympus have created a pocket-sized way to do just that.
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Stability is a problem with most small cameras, especially lightweight mobile phones. With its handles, extra lenses and mic, the Owle Bubo is designed to add some weight to mobile shooting.
New to the world of video production and unsure what gear to buy? Our guide to the five best options in three categories will get you started.
A viewfinder is great for framing shots without setting up your camera — so having one as an App is even more convenient.
Building on the success of its predecessor, the Videomic Pro is a convenient, lightweight shotgun mic.
With an infra-red transmitter and DSLR Bot, your iOS device can become a remote control for video recording with Canon EOS cameras.
Now available at a greatly reduced price, Panasonic's video-capable still camera is well worth a look for low-cost HD video production.
If you want to get into video editing but not spend a fortune, there are plenty of wallet-friendly NLEs and other tools to get you started.
The Flip Ultra HD promises high-definition video recording in the palm of your hand — but does it live up to the claim?
This useful tool can help you achieve professional results on an amateur budget.
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