Looking to take the look of your streams and videos to the next level? The FIVERAY F100 and M40 video lights from Zhiyun-Tech might be just the thing you need. Find out how we did it in this feature!
Elgato, the company that brought us the Stream Deck, CamLink, and countless capture cards is back again with their latest product for streamers. This time, it's a... foot pedal? That's right, and it's actually pretty cool. Find out if it can enhance your setup in this review!
Looking to improve the quality of your stream? Lume Cube is ready to go toe to toe with Elgato to earn your dollars. Find out how in this review.
Whether you're working in Adobe Premiere Pro, OBS, or simply looking for a way to speed up your browsing experience, the Loupedeck CT has an answer for you. Coming in at $549, the Loupedeck CT is a powerful and premium input console made to speed up whatever it is you want to do. We previously reviewed the Loupedeck Live and were impressed by what a powerful device it was for streaming, but how does it's bigger, more capable brother fare? Find out in our review.
What happens when you give a few mad scientist-like audio engineers 18 months of R&D, 3 months of unorthodox testing, and no boundaries? This type of technological jiggery-pokery can only produce something like The Element from Aston Microphones. And we are here for it.
If you're a streamer, you need good lighting. Elgato's Key Light quickly became a popular solution for streamers, but was out of reach for many gamers on a budget. Enter the Key Light Air, a smaller version retailing for only $129. Is this what you need to take your stream to the next level? Find out in our review.
Today, the team at Loupedeck announced the Loupedeck Live, a brand new tool for streamers and content creators aimed at streamlining the creative process and taking their production quality to the next level.
Are you ready to take your stream of podcast up a notch but can't afford the GoXLR? The At $179, MaonoCaster may just be the device you've been waiting for.