This is another simple technique that can produce powerful, dazzling business videos. We’ve all seen nighttime city traffic time lapses which, while they are always fun to watch, have almost become a cliche. But time lapses are not just eye candy. Look at this short Instagram video for Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
Could you use this technique to promote a client’s business? Can you think of other products you could thaw in time lapse? If you wanted to show how waterproof and cold-proof a device is, this could be a good way to do it in a very short video. There are so many ways to use time lapse in business videos. For more information see “How To Use Time Lapse Scenes in Business Videos”
Panasonic’s handheld AJ-PX270 camcorder records 10-bit, 4:2:2 video using a new codec based on its AVC-Ultra recording format. The new camcorder has 1/3-inch 3MOS sensors and a 22x optical zoom lens with separate zoom, focus and iris rings. Video recording is to microP2 cards (list prices: 32GB microP2 card: $250, 64GB microP2 card: $380). The […]Read More
You’ve seen Skycam in operation in NFL games and in feature films for those remarkable shots that seem to follow the ball in the air. Skycam is a computer-controlled, stabilized, cable-suspended aerial camera system. It maneuvers the camera through three dimensions often over a football field or arena. The camera package weighs over 30 lbs. […]Read More