#VidHuddle: Best Cameras for Web Video
With technology advancing as fast as it does, video has fully become mainstream and easy for anyone, any company, any where. There's cameras for shooting movies. Cameras for shooting action shots. Cameras for shooting 360 degrees in VR. Cameras for shooting memories. Cameras that are as small as a credit card. Cameras that are as big as a small dining table. Cameras. Cameras. Cameras.
It can all get confusing when you're trying to pick the right one. The main thing to know is what are you shooting, and that will help determine your camera needs. For this #VidHuddle chat, we're focusing specifically on web video content. This can be social media videos, Youtube videos, or video that just live on the web somewhere. Cameras for web video content focus on ease of use, and versatility. Let's dive in.
Q1: What are the most popular types of cameras?
A1: Some types include HDSLRs, Pro-sumer, camcorders, smart phones, mirrorless, and action cameras-All have a time and place #VidHuddle
Q2: What is your favorite go-to camera?
Q3: What are the best lenses for web video content?
A3: A 17-55mm is a great go-to for everything. For food/fashion/beauty web content, I suggest the 50mm f/1.8 #VidHuddle
Q4: Would you use a cell phone for web video content?
A4: For social content and live streaming I think it's okay to use a cell phone.#VidHuddle
Q5: What other accessories are crucial for shooting?
A5: investing in audio equipment is key. For web video, people will stop watching if there is bad audio vs bad video #VidHuddle