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A video camera is a camera used for electronic motion picture acquisition, initially developed by the television industry but now common in other applications as well. The earliest video cameras were those of John Logie Baird, based on the electromechanical Nipkow disk and used by the BBC in experimental broadcasts through the 1930s. All-electronic designs based on the cathode ray tube, such as Vladimir Zworykin’s Iconoscope and Philo T. Farnsworth’s Image dissector, supplanted th...

Canon 5D Mark III: The Ultimate Feature Request List for DSLR Video

Canon 5D Mark III: The Ultimate Feature Request List for DSLR Video

For little more than a year now, I have been making video marketing productions using two Canon DSLRs as my weapon of choice: a 5D mark II (for its ability to do bokeh-porn) and the 7D (for those smooth Glidecam shots at 50 or 60 …

How Technology and Social Media Drives Video Usage, Interview With Sony’s Social Media Evangelist

How Technology and Social Media Drives Video Usage, Interview With Sonys Social Media Evangelist

At Blogworld, back in October, Mark had a chance to site down with Sukhjit Ghag, Sony's Social Media Evangelist at the Sony booth.  Ghag is a video blogger for Sony, and helps spread the word to the masses about the wide variety of video related …

5 Critical Video Production Tips – How To Shoot Better Quality Web Video for Business

5 Critical Video Production Tips   How To Shoot Better Quality Web Video for Business

I interviewed Israel (Izzy) Hyman – a professional online video producer, web video production trainer, video podcast show host, and ReelSEO guest contributor. Izzy shared with me his passion for "the motion image" and how he got started doing web video production.  He also offered up …

Run and Gun Video Production Strategies for Video Marketing

Run and Gun Video Production Strategies for Video Marketing

Some marketers find themselves in a situation ripe for shooting video, but are required to do so with little or no time for preparation or pause. This is what is referred to as “run and gun” video production. To help explain this type of shooting (which is becoming more common for video marketers looking to capture real-time quality content), I interviewed three notable video production professionals.

The Week’s Best Viral Videos & Marketing Lessons – 11/19/2010

The Weeks Best Viral Videos & Marketing Lessons   11/19/2010

Every week I try to keep track of as many of the viral video hits that emerge as possible–I know, I know… it's a tough job, but someone's got to do it.  And while I do love watching online videos, there are reasons beyond entertainment …

HDR Video – What It Is, Why You Want It and Its Future

HDR Video   What It Is, Why You Want It and Its Future

I have a friend who is deeply into photography. So one day he starts asking me about HDR (High dynamic range) video. I frankly am at a loss having only a passing acquaintance with photography in general (it's one of those hobbies I would like …

International Video Production – Lessons Learned from Shooting Across Borders

International Video Production – Lessons Learned from Shooting Across Borders

We got the gig in Guatemala and landed the job in Johannesburg; so now what? There are many elements to think about before shooting video in a foreign country. Of course, there are the basic travel essentials: passport, wallet, plane tickets, and potentially a visa …

Cisco Buying ExtendMedia, Three Screen Content Platform + Networking

Cisco Buying ExtendMedia, Three Screen Content Platform + Networking

Cisco knows the future of the Internet. They should, they build a lot of its infrastructure with super fast networking appliances. So it should be no surprise that they know the future of the Internet is video and are making moves to be there in …

Online Video Marketing Basics: Part 4 – Choosing The Right Video Production Equipment

Online Video Marketing Basics: Part 4   Choosing The Right Video Production Equipment

Welcome to Part 4 of our ongoing Online Video Marketing Basics series.  It's intended to be a help—a sort of guide, if you will—for individuals and businesses just getting started with online video.  We've already covered Why You Should Get Involved with online video, Choosing …

Online Video Marketing Basics Part 3 – Self-Produce or Hire A Professional?

Online Video Marketing Basics Part 3   Self Produce or Hire A Professional?

Once you've made the decision to get involved in online video, and picked the video style that you think fits both your personality and your goals, it's time to start thinking about production.  And in online video production, there are really only two choices:  self-produce, …

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