Written by BoxCast • October 20, 2015
So, you’ve decided to start live video streaming.
Or you’ve at least started to do your research. As you’ve probably already discovered, choosing equipment can be challenging and time consuming.
Let us help.
Though BoxCast works well with all sorts of different cameras and production equipment, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorites to help you get started. Whether you’re just getting started or a professional videographer, this post is for you.
If you’re just dipping your toes into the world of video production for the first time, these gizmos could be for you. They’re great for single-camera set-ups for when you want to point it at an object (field, room, etc.) to capture your events. Even if you don’t entirely know what you’re doing, the technology in these devices will ensure that you put your best foot forward:
Though you’re no stranger to video equipment, you don’t yet want to dive into the more complex tools. We understand that completely, so we’ve done some research and think that these toys are for you. Not only are these cameras and tripods more sophisticated than the ones we loved in our Starter Kit, but we’ve added a Production Tool to the line-up. For a little bit more information on how BoxCast works with Wirecast, watch this video.
You’re a broadcasting all-star. You know your way around a video camera and are looking for the best of the best. We hear you. Check these out:
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