I wanted to start a new feature here at FaithEngineer and share about some of the tech gear we use at church and some of the gear that we want to use (but can’t afford yet). I’m kicking it off by sharing about the new camcorder that we are using now to film video clips, announcements, and even our services.
We have wanted to make the leap to a digital board at church for a long time, but we haven’t found a board that had everything we needed and was easy to use. I think we have finally found one that meets our needs and is inexpensive. This is definitely on our wish list right now. The PreSonus StudioLive
Last year, I shared about a new Kodak Zi6 pocketcam that I was using as my main camcorder. I have been extremely pleased with the camcorder and we have used it a lot over the past year. But with the cheap price and small size, pocketcams all have some drawbacks. Typically the battery life and recording times are short.
I have been looking for a camcorder mount for our sound booth area for a long time and I finally found one that works well for us. In many churches, a camcorder is permanently fixed in one location. Tripods take up valuable floor space, so I was looking for a mount that could be attached to our sound desk. This
A few weeks ago, I picked up a great little microphone for church. What made it really great was that it was under $25. The Audio-Technica ATR-3350 is a wired lavalier mic that works great with camcorders, pocketcams, and even iPhones. It is an omnidirectional condenser mic with a 20 foot cord. I picked up a Kodak Playtouch pocket cam on clearance
I wanted to share the latest piece of gear that I have picked up for our church. Last week, I bought an AppleTV. This is a tiny little box that hooks directly to a TV or projector via a HDMI cable. It allows you to stream media from an iPod, iPhone, iPad, or Mac computer, and it is simple to