This video lesson talks about what type of camera you might want to use for taking videos of your strokes, if you don’t already have one, or are thinking of upgrading. Plus, the 2 most important features on a digital video camera for capturing exactly what you need to do video analysis.
We should also mention again … you may not have to buy any new camera at all. A lot of digital (still) cameras today take really good video at 30 frames per second (fps) or faster. Or you might have a video camcorder already. That’s great, and probably all you need to get started. But if you happen to be in the market for a new camera, or just want to step things up a notch, listen to what Glenn has to say about today’s inexpensive and advanced video cameras.