Shooting news requires a video camera thay setups fast like a ENG shoulder mount video camera. A camcorder on a tripod works great too. A long zoom lens is must on both video cameras to get a tight shot from far away. Having pro XLR audio inputs on the video camera body is a big plus for run and gun video camera.
- Ever watch local news?…The situations vary drastically.…The camera of choice for photojournalism…is a Shoulder Mount ENG Camera.…Photojournalism is also referred to…as run and gun for a good reason.…Capturing unplanned events like a house fire,…celebrity event or protest…requires a camera that sets up fast…and has a good lens with a pretty good zoom range.…You don't wanna fumble trying to get that shot…or the interview with the eyewitness.…This is why the camera of choice…for news is the full sized ENG camera.…
It has everything you need.…Here is what I would recommend…if you're planning on shooting…run and gun news or photojournalism.…For your main camera, like I said,…nothing is faster to use than a…Shoulder Mount ENG Camera.…These are made to move fast to get the shot.…Audio is all on board, and easy to adjust…with the dials available on the body.…They also have large batteries on the back…for longer run times.…The battery also helps balance…the camera perfectly on your shoulder.…That's very important.…
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Evaluating your production workflow and the camera options out there can save you time, money, and maybe even your sanity. Camera enthusiast Erik Naso is here to help. He'll teach you how to ask the right questions and pick the right camera—balancing "the camera I should buy" with "the camera I want to buy," so you end up happy with your purchase over the long run. Learn how to figure out your budget and needs; understand the different file formats, sensors, and lenses available; and choose the right accessories for any shooting situation.
- Understanding the camera components: sensor, lens, etc.
- Evaluating audio inputs
- Taking your type of production into account
- Deciding on a budget
- Choosing accessories such as tripods and gimbals
- Camera codecs and media cost