Create the BEST VR180 for VR Headsets Using A Gimbal
Create the BEST VR180 for VR headsets by using a gimbal. Check out this most excellent video from CreatorUp. Hugh goes over in detail, how to use a gimbal to capture the smoothest 180VR. Featured is a Moza Air 2.
To dim to read that ballot text on super tuesday, use an LED light like the Somita S416 LED Light to help get out the vote. Pictured MOZA AirCross 2, Somita S416 LED Light, Sony A6300 with Sony 16-35mm lens. Get the Gimbal Bag for $40.95, and Somita S416 LED Light on Camera Video Light for $25.95.
The design problem with smartphone's microphone capsules, is the microphone capsule is designed to only capture the narrow frequency of the human voice, and the recorded audio resolution is very low in comparison to professional audio resolution. The audio from these videos are unable to sonically convey the full impact of the original natural sound.
The SmartMike+ has an exceptional microphone capsule, comparable to much more expensive professional microphones, like the Blue Yeti, Rode Podmic, Zoom H1. Capture all of nature's sounds, from bird songs to the crashing waves of the oceans with a microphone no bigger than 5 sticks of chewing gum. Get the SmartMike+ for $159.
An LED Light with 416 LEDs for $25.95. Comes with battery and charger. Ultra lightweight LED Light coming in at 5 ounces, the Somita S416 LED Light on Camera Video Light. Featuring the MOZA AirCross 2, Sony A6300.
Featured at CES 2020 in Insta360's booth the Monopole Backpack, the only backpack with a monopole. Pictured with 360 camera the Insta360pro 2. Raise a 360 camera an extra three feet above your shoulders with the Monopole Backpack. Now, your camera can explore the scene from an elevated perspective. Made to order at GimbalGuru.