Overhead Video Recording: How to Shoot Top Down Video

Overhead Video Recording: How to Shoot Top Down Video

Learn how to shoot top down video, and find the best overhead video recording setup for you! ► FREE GUIDE: The ULTIMATE Video Editing Process:

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Adjustable Microphone/Boom Stand (for Small Cameras only):
► Adjustable Microphone Stand (Usable for Small Cameras): (Amazon)
► Video Camera mounting Adaptor: (Amazon)

Small Tripod with Flippable Head:
► SLIK VideoSprint 2: (Amazon)

Arkon Overhead Mount for Smartphones:
► (Amazon)

Arkon Camera Roof Mount:
► (Amazon)

On-Stage Overhead Bracket / Light Stand:
► (Amazon)

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— Overhead Video Recording: How to Shoot Top Down Video —

A top down camera angle is great for getting your viewers immersed in what you’re doing on a tabletop. Whether you’re trying to film cooking videos, drawing videos from above, demo videos, or shoot any other tabletop videos – it’s easy to get great results.

In this video we run through the best overhead camera rigs (that won’t break the budget) to film a desk from above from a top down camera perspective, that you can easily use to shoot great cooking, craft, app review, drawing or any other overhead tutorial videos!

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