As I've learned many times before with inexpensive technology: if it seems to good to be true, it probably is. Technology continues to become significantly cheaper and you don't have to be a large ministry or organization to produce high quality videos, pictures, or audio productions. Buying the cheapest product on the market often isn't the wisest choice either.
Last week I posted about my new KODAK PLAYTOUCH and how excited I was to use it. For about 3 days it was a great device until it crashed. In looking for a fix in online forums it seems that this is a common issue for many other users. I'm not sure of the cause and there seem to be many very happy users of the product, I'm just not one of them. I'll be sending the camera back this week.
My plan is to shift back to my iPhone camera and looking to use a wireless bluetooth mic thanks to the advice of my friend Kenny Jahng. Would love to hear your advice/suggestions when it comes to inexpensive video options (especially when it comes to improving audio quality).