Production stage: It's time for creativity!
After you prepared the scenario well and chose a good location and appropriate timing, the following question comes up:
Do I have to have a very high-tech camera to ensure a good video setup?
The answer is no. Of course, it is very important to have a good picture, but even cell phones help you with that. If the imaging quality of the device is reasonable, it can more than meet your requirements as a beginner. As your business progresses gradually, it is worth buying more advanced equipment later on.
The type of camera chosen depends on how much budget you are willing to spend, and on the type of video you want to make, as there are several specific models for longer recordings, including scenes that involve action, action, etc.
To help you with this topic, we will talk about the pros and cons of each of these tools:
1- Simple Compact Camera
They are simple to use tools. They usually have automatic picture control, are portable, and are more affordable. It is most recommended for anyone who is starting to make videos and does not have enough knowledge to take pictures.
2- Action cameras
It is a type of compact camera that has a light and resistant body. These tools have specific brackets to mount them, which renders good images through animations but is not recommended for recording educational contents as the resource and features of the images are limited.
They are small and easy to operate cameras, with manual resources such as volume control, focus and zoom, good battery autonomy, as well as mobile displays that facilitate image capture. They are ideal tools for extended shooting periods.
Currently, most smartphones record in Full HD, (high definition/ high definition) as well as being very convenient tools that are with us all the time.
You too can use apps to add filters within your photos and videos and make the end result even better.
5- Professional DSLR cameras
They are recommended tools for shooting videos, offering excellent picture quality, great control and stability.
This tool also has interchangeable lenses, that is, you can use angled “fish-eye” lenses or add blur effects to the background of the image to make the content more interesting and attractive.