How We Do In-house Video Interviews (Equipment-wise)

We occasionally create videos for our eLearning courses created by our Custom team. We also create videos that can be found on our Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin pages. Many times these videos are nothing more than talking heads.

A talking head shot can be extremely useful, and has become standard for welcome videos, introductory videos, and others. However their simplicity doesn’t make them easy. Previously I’ve talked about how to shoot these videos in a way that can decrease distracting background noise when you’re in a pinch. Today I’ll be writing about the equipment that I use when shooting a talking head.

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For our in-house videos we use a Canon 5D Mrk II. It’s an older model but still puts out a quality picture. It is important to know that if you are shooting with DSLRs like this one you shouldn’t plan on any shot taking more than ten minutes. DSLRs do not allow you to record continuously for long periods of time.

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