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Broadcast Camera Description

When you need to rent or lease a broadcast camera for your production, the features included, as well as the quality of the camera, should be of the utmost importance. Which features do you need? Compare the different models that are available for rent or lease and find the one that works, and make sure it is from a reputable manufacturer. Before renting, you may also want to look up some reviews about the specific model you are considering to get a better idea of what it offers and what other users have to say about it.

Features of broadcast cameras

With the wide range of different types of broadcast cameras on the market today, there are many different features on all of the different models. Some of the features you may find on the camera you rent or lease include shoulder mounts, interchangeable lenses, varying zoom, full master, built in storage, and a variety of different inputs and outputs. Naturally, different makes and models will have different features, so you will need to weigh these carefully when renting.

How broadcast cameras work

Most of the broadcast cameras in use today are digital, and they do not rely on tape or film of any type. However, there are still some units that do utilize film. They record video the same way that other cameras do, capturing video and sending it to a recording device. They have onboard controls, adjustable lenses, and a number of other features.

About broadcast cameras

A broadcast camera is a high quality camera that sometimes goes by the name television camera, even though it has far more uses. These are the high-end cameras that are in use for shooting many types of video today, including live sports and events, direct to video movies, films, and much more. The use of these cameras has expanded, even though the costs are still high. Rentals have made it easier for people to have access to these quality devices. These can be helpful for shooting corporate video, conventions and conferences and more, as well.

Broadcast Camera Applications

  • Live sports
  • Live events
  • Live music
  • Television
  • Movies
  • Corporate use

Broadcast Camera Manufacturers

  • Blackmagic
  • JVC
  • Canon
  • Panasonic
  • Sony
  • RED

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