Veo is the complete and affordable solution that enables volleyball teams on all levels to record and analyse their matches and training sessions automatically. The camera films with two 4K lenses and records 180 degrees, so it captures every single moment of the match in great video quality.
Volleyball – We’d recommend the same cameras as basketball if you’re indoors, otherwise an outdoor camera would be the baseball camera we list. Water sports (swimming, water polo, etc.) – Although you probably won’t be in the water alongside the race, game, or practice going on, it may be wise to grab a waterproof camera .
the go pro and all the new pov camera are not great for this type of use. they are very wide angle and distorted. you would be much better off getting a sony cx 100 series camera on ebay or craigslist for $100.. it shoots better quality video, longer battery, better color and audio.
helping you learn to shoot better video of your player for college coaches to evaluate! WHAT EQUIPMENT DO I NEED TO VIDEO A VOLLEYBALL MATCH? Camcorder – Okay, so that’s kind of obvious. However, you don’t need a $5,000 professional video camera to record your player’s matches. Quality consumer camcorders are now available for $300-
UPDATE February 2019: Check out my latest post on Video Recording volleyball games! It’s been a few weeks since I’ve written because I landed a new job on our Club Volleyball Team: Video Recording. During club volleyball tournaments, I’m sure you have seen tripods, Go-Pros, and iPads littering the tournament floor.
If you want to use the video to make highlight videos for coaches, etc., you need a higher video quality that records in MP4 format at a higher fps in HD. In that case I use the Panasonic HC-VX870. It's not really high end expensive and provides high quality video.
Most cameras are designed to be used with a tripod, which in our scenario, doesn't really help us. Tripods are very stable but are not tall enough to get an adequate perspective to record a volleyball match correctly. This is why you need a light stand to mount your GoPro.
Don’t expect someone to hold the camera steady for an entire match. Don’t get dizzy zooming in and out. Don’ t lose your view of the court, athletes and referees. Don’t forget to get shots of the scoreboard. Do use a tripod to keep video stable. Do record behind your side of the net and capture the whole court.
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