Originally Posted by WA_Bob
Haven't heard of one. Honestly, if you want to do some serious recording you may want to buy or rent a video camera or at least have a friend help you with making your video. It's worth having someone else there to help if possible because you never see what your recording looks like until after it's done and, if there's a problem in the middle, they can help stop you correct and get it right.
See the problem is, I bought a Canon Vixia HG20 for my purposes, but I realized that I don't actually use it enough to warrant the video camera I bought. :/ I was hoping to use the thunderbolt instead, because the video quality seems pretty nice, and I already use an external microphone.
I don't see why I would need someone else there when it's all standstill video...? I set the camera and mic up beforehand, do a few tests, and when it all looks and sounds good, I roll.