Learning Series: How to Pick a PTZ Camera for Your Church’s Production Needs

by | Gear, Learning Series, Production, Streaming, Video

The pandemic changed the way everything is done forever, with distance learning, video conferencing, and working from home the new norm, and livestreaming of church services becoming mandatory first for survival, and now to both grow and maintain church membership. To create dependable, high-quality video streams, many houses of worship are implementing PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) cameras. With many available, how can you tell which might be right for you?


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