Coaches frequently ask us for advice on which camera they should use with Hudl. There are a lot of great options out there. Whether you’re looking for something affordable to get the job done, or want to invest in something that will give you awesome quality, we have a few recommendations that fit into different price ranges.
If you’re using a camera you love that we don’t have listed here, be sure to let us know in the comments.
But wait! As of March 2013, we have new recommendations here.
For post-game capture, hard/flash drive cameras are the way to go. Each time you press start/stop record on these cameras, an individual video file is created for the play or possession. At the end of the game, you can connect your camera via USB cord, load all of the files directly into Hudl, and in a matter of minutes, the game is clipped into plays and ready to publish. Hard/flash drive cameras will give you the best capturing experience with Hudl.
Using an endzone camera system?
If you’re using an endzone camera system, the following cameras will work for most systems:
For coaches who want to live capture, we’ll be rolling out a new feature that will make tagging a game live really slick. Stay tuned for that.
As always, don’t hesitate to contact our support crew if you’d like us to look at a model for you.