What a busy few months it has been since we kicked off the start of 2019. We have been busy both on and off the pitch with our ongoing commitment of providing all the video coverage to Guernsey Football Club. At the time of writing we only have 7 games left before we finish all of our scheduled fixtures and begin work on our end of season videos.
This year we have already filmed three other footy games where the coaches have benefitted from viewing the professional match analysis footage we have been able to provide. Our livestream service to Guernsey FC supporters based in the Bailiwick and on the other side of the world continues to go from strength to strength as we continue to push the boundaries of what is possible pitch side.
At the last home fixture we tested out a new wireless video transmitter that enabled us to beam shots direct from the opposite side of the pitch with 1ms of delay direct to our video production switcher based 500ft away in the Garenne Stand. This piece of kit will not only benefit the number of filming opportunities available to us outdoors, such as the livestreams based at Footes Lane infront of a 600 strong crowd, but will enable us to push the boundaries of monitoring camera angles indoors whether live or being filmed for editing in post production.
This month we have had some interesting discussions about a number of new projects we have been invited to join in with in 2019 which could see our cameras film on some very interesting backdrops. This week has seen the first in a line of videos for Business Eye launch with many more to come in due course so watch this space. We have also been perfecting our photography skills by bringing along our Sony A7iii and variety of lenses to most gigs this year and it is a service we are continuing to develop.
Looking to the immediate future we will be enhancing the professionalism of the videos we shoot as we have recently invested in a new wireless lighting system, that will be adaptable to the majority of shooting scenarios we get challenged with. We will be keeping our eye on NAB this April to see what new products are introduced on the market to enable us to continue to push the boundaries of video production and wireless video live streaming. Did someone say Guernsey are hosting the Island Games in 2021?