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A variety of HD cameras are available within the lending library. These cameras capture high quality videos for personal and educational use. Each camera comes with a set of accessories--consisting of a case, charger, VGA cord, and HDMI cable--to use while on loan.
Check out this video with some sample footage!
Ways to Use a Camcorder in the Classroom
Record Oral Presentations. For future reference, record students' oral speeches and presentations. These can be reviewed multiple times for in depth grading and feedback.
Pre-record Lectures. Whether it is a planned absence or an unexpected illness, recording a lecture can insure that class can continue as planned. Continue with the lecture as necessary and form a discussion forum on Canvas for students to respond to the video.
Record Demonstrations. Some demonstrations require a step-by-step instructions. For visual learners, watching these steps can increase their learning immensely. With the HD Cameras, you can easily record a demonstration for students so that they can better understand what they are learning.
In this article, written by Panasonic, the guide explains how to: set up an HD camera, HD Camera Basics, HD camera main features, smart recording features, image, sound and recording settings, and HD camera settings.