One of the many challenges for small video production teams is monitoring and controlling what is going on around you, in the scene itself, and what actually makes it to video. Some of us are one-man video production teams at times so we need to be able to monitor without too much fuss.

Wireless video monitoring might be the answer for you. It is easier and less expensive to transmit video wirelessly than many of us may be thinking. Wireless video feeds can also be used for remote recording.

What is Needed to Transmit Video Wirelessly?

This is a gear review article, so let’s review our gear. As either a cameraman in a crew or as our own small video production team of one, we end up with a lot of stuff. But that's fine, we like our stuff and we like what it allows us to do.

That’s a lot of stuff to take care of. And we’re suggesting more stuff? Yes. For two important reasons. If you transmit video wirelessly, you increase your freedom of mobility and you eliminate some of those pesky cords.

How to Transmit Video Wirelessly

It helps to use high quality gear when filming and producing high level video. The Accsoon gear featured here are very good plus they are easy to use.

The two main things to keep in mind are signal strength and line of sight. Signal strength also takes into account finding a clear channel to use so you avoid any dropping of the wireless video feed.

Line of sight means exactly what it sounds like. Keep the transmitter and receiver connected by not blocking their view of each other. It may not be optical transmission, but there is a lot of data being transferred, the clearest feed possible is our goal with wireless video.

So there you have it. Charge up your batteries and eliminate a couple of pesky cords. Transmit video wirelessly while opening up all sorts of professional video production techniques.

Author's Bio: 

Hi! I'm Jonah. I've always been interested in different electronics. I began working for an A/V installation company years ago and realized my passion for home theaters!