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Things to Consider When Buying HuddleCamHD Cameras

HuddleCamHD cameras are high-quality but reasonably priced cameras that are used by a lot of houses of worship and small businesses. The company makes all kinds of cameras to suit different needs, so whether you need a great camera for live-streaming, videoconferencing, or recording purposes, it shouldn’t be difficult to find the one that’s right for you. Most of these cameras are pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) cameras, which are perfect because they can practically be operated by themselves and are easy to use even for non-techies.

Still, it’s good to know what you’re looking for when you go shopping for HuddleCamHD cameras, and below are a few things you should be aware of before you buy anything.

Field of View (FOV)

When you’re researching cameras, you’ll notice they all have an FOV number, which is essentially how much of the space in front of them will be recorded. The FOV number is listed in degrees and in a range; for instance, the HuddleCamHD 3x G2 camera has an FOV of 36 degrees (in tele-zoom) to 81 degrees (in wide zoom). Knowing this number is especially useful when your presentations or broadcasts are especially large and take up a lot of room on the stage.

Frames per Second (FPS)

The frames per second essentially tells you how fast the camera does its thing once it captures a certain image. The higher the FPS number, the better the image quality. You’ll want to get one that offers a minimum of 30 FPS; 60 FPS is even better. Any lower than 30 FPS usually results in images that are choppy and not nearly as smooth as the cameras with higher FPS numbers.


Even with great cameras and reputable companies, things can go wrong. Some cameras just arrive with ill-functioning parts, and that can’t be helped. The longer the warranty, the more confidence the company has in its products. Most HuddleCamHD cameras come with a one-year warranty, and this is more than enough for you to decide if the camera is right for you.

USB “Plug and Play” Capability

One of the things many houses of worship worry about when buying a video camera is the ability to easily understand how to use the camera. Many camera operators in these facilities are volunteers and therefore don’t know a lot about technology. HuddleCamHD cameras have plug-and-play capability, which means you simply plug them into your computer using a USB cable, making them very easy cameras to learn and to use.

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