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Once equipped with these five basic categories of gear that filmmakers need to create solid media, your church's film ministry will be ready for lift-off. more

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Accessible enough for volunteer operators to use, the switcher reportedly offers plenty of power under the hood for broadcast teams to grow into. more

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Good stewardship requires navigating a maze of different options to find the camera that’s right for the church you serve. These tips can help simplify the process. more

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Most of us can recall moments when God-centered media has elevated a worship experience or special event to a new level. How can we consistently repeat that result with our in-house media and continue the momentum? more

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There has never been a better time than now to find professional, affordable film gear capable of capturing cinema-quality imagery. You just have to know what to look for. Here, a little guidance from a church film pro. more

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The Teradek RT system promises a potent combination of total control, quiet operation, low weight and adequate power needed to control large cinema and zoom lenses. more

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Colorado's multisite Red Rocks Church shares its successful technical team structure, focus, plan and the beauty of storytelling. more

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The two may appear similar, but live production video and original church filmmaking are two very different creative endeavors. Which are you being called to execute? more

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If you’re having trouble prioritizing, ask yourself how many hours a month you’ll use the camera for each task, then select a camera based on the function that’s indispensable. more

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It may be tempting to regard very low frequencies (below 20 Hz) as more of a special effect, better suited to show business than to worship experiences. But this kind of thinking actually runs contrary to hundreds of years of church history. more

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For many church tech directors, selecting the best camera to function at the heart of a great IMAG system can be a daunting task—unless you know the most important variables to consider in the process. more

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If your role at your church involves content creation and video production, these six words should make your pulse quicken: new cinema gear for church filmmaking. more

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For the vast majority of us, the Christmas season can often be simultaneously the very best and worst time of the year. more

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The FS7 II is one of the best options available to church film teams looking for a camera that can switch-hit between cinema and documentary-style applications. more

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New camera offers a truly impressive list of specs, inside an extremely portable form factor, with packages available for around $6,000. more

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CPM’s reviewer puts Canon’s Cine-Servo and Compact-Servo lenses through their paces—with church needs and applications front of mind. more

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It’s hard not to get excited about the creative possibilities this camera could create for church film teams. more

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More than a mere upgrade, this camera is designed to compete directly with the best digital cinema imagers on the market today. more

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There’s a distinct danger that comes when we begin to believe that our position of leadership comes from our expertise (enter ego). The real trouble is this: this type of thinking can “render our hearts deaf” to others’ voices—and ultimately, to G... more

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On the feature side, the parfocal MK18-55 T2.9 Cine Lens is designed to resolve cinema-quality 4K imagery. And that’s just getting started. more

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While these LED lights and screens have revolutionized church lighting and video, their inconsistent refresh rates and color aberrations have created subsequent issues for IMAG video systems. Hitachi's new Z-HD5500 addresses those challenges with ... more

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  • Alex Schwindt, Film Team Director - Hope Community Church

    Alex Schwindt is the film team director at Hope Community Church in Raleigh, NC. He’s also the creative director of Alex Schwindt Media at alexschwindt.com.

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