How to Build a 90 Second Sermon
Watch this YouTube video on building a teleprompter for less than $35
Buy this $7 part from Amazon.com and use it for the camera mount
We use a Nexus 7 tablet with Android Prompter software (free) to roll the text
The camera is a Canon Vixia HF R10 that we bought on eBay for about $150
The wireless microphone is a low-end Audio-Technica; buy the least expensive one you can find
We use inexpensive photo lights from eBay with high color temperature (5500K) CFL bulbs for pure white
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Watch this short video on How to Build It
Push it out: Read this blog post on how to use Facebook effectively
A 90 Second Sermon is written to make a single focused point effectively.
Brevity leaves no room for ad-libs, so the text is read from a script on a home-built teleprompter.
We use a plain, white background because of its clean look - no inadvertent background distractions.

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