Second Day of InfoComm 2017 Offers an Array of Intriguing New Products
By Andres Caamano · June 14, 2017 • A mix of line arrays, column speakers, LED wall displays, projectors and microphones stood tall early among what was displayed on the InfoComm exhibit floor.
On Third Day of NAB, Video Products Impress
By Andres Caamano · April 28, 2017 • From Blackmagic's new production switcher, to Ross' PTZ camera, and Canon's new telephoto lens, many new products stood out for NAB attendees.
Can PTZ Cameras Enhance Your Worship Space?
By David Leuschner · January 30, 2017 • Such cameras work well at shooting hard-to-get shots like piano hands, electric guitar shots or drummers. They can sit low on the stage or out of the way and be preset to take the shots you need.
Short-Throw, WXGA Might Be The Right Match For Your Church
By Andres Caamano · January 10, 2017 • In some tight worship spaces, a short-throw projector could be the only option for a projector. And WXGA is a great cost-effective option as well.
2016 New Product Awards - Video Products
By TD Staff · January 6, 2017 • The following 23 entrants were part of the 2016 New Product Awards, with the submissions from Epson, JVC, TelVue, Grandview, Ross Video, and ROE Visual each earning winning entries.
2016 New Product Awards: Canon LX-MU800Z
By TD Staff · November 2, 2016 • The Canon LX-MU800Z Laser DLP Projector brings the high performance, reliability and exceptionally long life of a laser light source to Canon's LX-series. It delivers 8,000 lumens of brightness and up to 20,000 hours of continuous, virtually maintenance-free operation for large venues such as houses of worship - representing a lower total cost of ownership.
Live Streaming: Equipment Options To Make It Happen
By Brent Mann · October 11, 2016 • Keep in mind that streaming live is a time consuming task as well as expensive, once you account for equipment and service costs.
Storytelling: The Foundation of the Church
By Gregory Kayne · August 18, 2016 • As a church tech director, you need to be using video and short films to tell the stories that have been laid on the heart of your church.
Video Cameras: Full HD or 4K?
By Andres Caamano · June 22, 2016 • With video camera manufacturers offering their newest models as 4K-capable, for many churches, Full HD might still be the better fit. Here are four Full HD models and four 4K models worthy of review.
Cameras Aren’t Needy, but You Might Be
By Daniel Beard · June 15, 2016 • With quality camera offerings from Canon, JVC and Blackmagic, features such as auto focus and zoom might be a need or might not be.
Projectors and Microphones Stand Out at InfoComm 2016
By Andres Caamano · June 14, 2016 • Whether looking for WUXGA or laser phosphor projector models, InfoComm in Las Vegas offered numerous options for the interested consumer.
InfoComm 2016 Kicks Off With Impressive, Unexpected Products
By Andres Caamano · June 9, 2016 • Sony, Optoma, Lumens, Canon and Powersoft among manufacturers with standout products on day one of conference in Las Vegas.
Projectors: 5 Things You’re Not Thinking About
By TD Staff · May 23, 2016 • After figuring that a projector is best for your worship space, these 11 projectors, from Barco, BenQ, Canon, Eiki, Epson, Hitachi, InFocus, NEC, Optoma, Panasonic and Sony offer exemplary WUXGA (1,920x1,200 native) resolution.
11 Tips To Buying A Projector for Your Church
By Andres Caamano · March 17, 2016 • A key to deciding on what will work best for you is to have a basic grasp of what the system’s capabilities are and to plan beyond your immediate needs.
Top Projector Product picks for Tomorrows Solutions
By TD Staff · November 11, 2015 • Front projection? Rear projection? How many lumens? High definition (HD) or standard definition screen resolutions?
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, March-April 2018
The March-April 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about how to prepare, prevent and respond to church violence, a look into what church management software can do for your church community, and a piece on how a once popular nightclub venue was transitioned to become Shoreline Church's new home.