The Canon T6i is a great camera that provides plenty of automatic point-and-shoot functions but also allows you to control things like ISO, focus, shutter speed, and more to take those technical shots.
The T6i is also WiFi enabled to allow you to transfer photos and video to mobile devices and social media. This DSLR is also optimized to shoot full HD (1080p) video. The adjustable vari-angle touchscreen makes taking shots at awkward angles a snap.
The camera is ready for point and shoot, but remember to:
The Library has four (4) GoPro Hero 6 Black cameras available to check out for your next video project. These tiny cameras are great for almost any video or photo project. They are waterproof (to 33m), have built in mics, and can be controlled via the free mobile GoPro app (via Bluetooth and Wireless connections- instructions). You can also control the camera using the LCD touch screen. Try out the Splice app to make edits, add transitions, music and more -- all from your phone or tablet.
Download your videos using the included USB cable or use the app to upload directly to Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram via your phone or tablet.
You may also want to download the Quik desktop app for editing your videos from a laptop or desktop computer.
The camera is simple but still requires a few important considerations:
The 360fly is a single-lens 360-degree (spherical) video camera that captures video for everything around you. You can also easily grab still images from the video using the app, which is also used to control the camera (via Bluetooth and Wireless connections- instructions).
Download your videos using the included USB cable or use the app to upload directly to Facebook & YouTube. Both cameras support live streaming events via the 360fly app.
You can also use the 360fly 4k camera as a webcam or a fisheye action cam (similar to a GoPro).
The camera itself is simple but requires the app and some setup to get started:
360-degree video is very different from regular video and there are a few things you'll want to consider when designing your next 360 project.
These little video cameras are great for capturing high-quality footage for your video project, including interviews, presentations, events and more. The cameras include all you need to record basic video (includes built-in mic) but you may want to also borrow a tripod, lavalier mic or other accessories.
The webcam is quite simple- all you need is a computer or device with a USB port and software for your project. Simply plug in the camera and it should automatically be recognized by Windows or Mac computers. For best results with your project be sure to test out the camera and mics before your event or video shoot.
There are different programs you can use for your project, including:
The Cardboard Viewer allows you to view your 360 photos or Google Cardboard projects. The Library has five (5) viewers available for checkout.
The viewer itself is very simple- you can even make your own or order kits online for $5 and up.
The only requirement for the cardboard viewer is that you need an Android or iPhone- the viewer can accommodate many sizes, including the Nexus 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.