There are many video tutorial available online for finding the best mortgage rates solution. Many of these look reputable and professionally executed. Having said that, not all might be the real thing because with the advancement in videography and videography equipment, just about anyone with a little camera know-how and stabilization gear such as those found here, can pull off shooting professional looking footage. These days, it does not take a lot to be able to execute decent film or video footage. The trick greatly rests on avoiding jittery clips—usually the hallmark of homemade videos shot without the use of any kind of camera stabilizer. Nowadays, any consumer or even the fancier “prosumer” dslr camera can be attached to stability rig, from a handheld steadicam to a video track slider. In general, the tripod and the camera track slider are preferred for video clips of this type. With shooting mainly directed at a speaker or speakers, and the occasional visual aids (which these days can also be added post-production by dropping in the graphics), the camera operator is better off depending on a fixed mount that can allow for some movement—tilt, pan, or slide—without having to take on the weight of the camera and the camera stabilizer. Even if it’s just a compact camcorder on a mini camera stabilizer, supporting the weight for extended periods can be fatiguing. Some camera sliders can even be mounted on tripods. This combo solution can give a camera operator more freedom with the type of movements and angles to shoot. Using these two gadgets together helps the slider to attain height and gives the tripod gets the extended reach that the slider has, anywhere from 20 inches to one meter. So the next time you take a look into some of the videos online, especially those dishing off possibly important financial advice, be a little more discerning. It might look and sound like the real thing, but with the advancement of technology and its easy availability, its getting harder and harder to tell.