Any suggstions for a stable portable camera mount?

Using the Church Webcasting System, YouTube, etc. Including cameras and mixers.
bradpeterson@gmail.com
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Re: Any suggstions for a stable portable camera mount?

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autryld wrote: Wed Nov 03, 2021 1:53 pm Have you considered using the device for the hard of hearing as an audio input? That's what we use. It includes the organ and all microphone inputs in the chapel. You may need the crab box to patch it to the camera or the PC depending on equipment configuration.

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Larry Autry
Yes, it was awful for all three of our buildings. The signal is analog, and so each building had both a static in the background and some high pitched squeal. We had more success just sticking a condenser USB mic nearby and using that. The best is a direct line into the directional mic on the pulpit.
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Re: Any suggstions for a stable portable camera mount?

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Here is my camera on a mic stand setup we have been using. The mic stand has a heavy round base and is from 2 different stands so it has 3 tubes and can be extended up to 7'
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Re: Any suggstions for a stable portable camera mount?

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bradpeterson@gmail.com wrote: Sun Nov 07, 2021 1:17 pm [Yes, it was awful for all three of our buildings. The signal is analog, and so each building had both a static in the background and some high pitched squeal. We had more success just sticking a condenser USB mic nearby and using that. The best is a direct line into the directional mic on the pulpit.
It's been a while since your reply so I'm not sure if your ward is still doing webcasts. You may be getting RF interference. If you're getting static even without doing a webcast, that's a possibility. It's worked great in our building with clear audio and no static. The only problem we've had is when a member of the bishopric doesn't connect it correctly to the the crab box and I'm viewing from home , unable to assist. Another thing you can try before reporting static to the FM group is to flip the "Hum" switch on the crab box.
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