What’s Up Tribe, Eddie Woods here! As you know by now, you should be creating video content that you can push out to your prospects, customers and your audience on a regular basis. If you want to start putting out quality video content on your own, without hiring a video agency or a freelance professional to assist you, then you are going to need to purchase some equipment, and possibly set up your own mini production studio.
There is a lot of video equipment to choose from, and you can spend a boatload of money in a millisecond if you don’t know what to look for. That is why I’ve brought together this comprehensive content to help you along. There are 2 videos as well as an incredibly detailed article by my good friends at Digital Marketer. Check out all of the content here:
“Thanks to some amazing improvements in camera technology over the past ten years or so, you don’t need as much equipment as you might think. And you don’t need to spend as much money as you might think, either.
You can put together a studio like this without spending a lot of money. And you’ll still have the ability to record and livestream high-quality video with crystal-clear audio.
And in this post, you’re going to learn how to do just that.
By the time you’re done reading, you’ll have a step-by-step roadmap for creating your own video studio.
You’ll start with a simple studio put together on a shoestring budget, so you can get started right away. And you’ll learn how to upgrade to a pro-level studio with high-resolution, multiple angles, and professional audio and lighting.
But before we dive into the details of what you need to buy, I want to cover three important requirements when building a video studio.
Follow these three tips to help make sure you don’t waste your money on pieces of equipment that are incompatible or unnecessary.
How to Create a Video Studio Requirement #1: Get Equipment That Makes Sense Together
Some people will go out and start buying one-off pieces of equipment that someone told them they “had to have.”
Some super expensive wireless Lav microphone or a $3,000 lens that Zeiss just released…………………………………..”
Click here to read the rest of the article so you can set up your own video production studio on a tight budget: