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High-quality footage, in-person and online

High-quality footage, in-person and online

High-quality footage, in-person and online

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GT Church, with two locations in Pennsylvania, recently enlisted Adorama Business Solutions to upgrade its production equipment and processes to enable HD livestreaming and recorded broadcasts of its services. Keen to offer dynamic, engaging and artful videos for its congregation, the HOW wanted to upgrade its increasingly outdated SD cameras and streamline its operational processes and equipment.

In addition to the physical upgrades, GT Church needed to ensure that the footage always maintained a consistent look and feel. This was a major challenge for the camera crew and production team, as it required its current cameras to be set up individually, which limited the range of their filming abilities, wasted time and resources to set up and execute, and burdened the filming of live events with disruptive transitions between cameras.

GT Church worked with Adorama Business Solutions to identify and purchase the perfect production setup to upgrade its SD capabilities to wireless HD. Selected equipment included a Canon EOS C300 Mark II Cinema Camcorder Body, Canon Cinema Zoom CN-E30-300mm T2.95-3.7 L S (EF Mount) Lens and Cartoni Focus 18 Fluid Head System: Carbon Fiber & mart Lock ML Spreader.

Wireless cameras with modern technologies have given the staff greater levels of flexibility, enabling them to easily film anywhere in the congregation and film more discreetly and with enhanced freedom onstage. Additionally, Adorama simplified the process of creating a unified look and coherent aesthetic throughout the footage by being able to save the settings from one camera to an SD card, which could then be copied to all other cameras on the system. For the GT Church production team, this was revolutionary.

“Adorama’s knowledge and experience helped identify and solve problems I wouldn’t have known about until the gear was delivered, which would have cost us valuable time,” said Andrew Donohue, visual producer at GT Church. “All of our services and events can now be shot using HD technologies, bringing our congregation high-quality livestreams and more engaging recorded broadcasts. During recent stay-at-home orders, our ability to connect with our community through livestreams on our website has been indispensable.”



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