Shoot and edit top notch video with iPhone & iPad
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Shoot and edit top notch video with iPhone & iPad

If you are going to produce almost professional video with need a really good editing app. Well, Vancouver based VeriCorder has developed an app called 1st Video that provides a solid editing platform for iPhone and iPad. VeriCorder Technology Inc. calls it the world’s most advanced iPhone and iPad mobile media applications for recording, editing, and sending audio, video and photo files. A portable audio and video editing studio in the palm of your hand.

There are two versions (professional & Consumer) available for the iPhone at $9.99 and a truly powerful version for the iPad at $29.99..


Now that you have a powerful editing suite you need a gadget that will turn your iPhone into a solid shooting platform. No surprise, VeriCorder has just the ticket..The mCAM for iPhone 4/4S is an expertly-machined aluminum bracket which protects and gives your Iphone/Ipod extra stability. Once the Iphone/Ipod is snapped into the mCAM the Iphone/Ipod camera is boosted with an additional high-quality front lens that allows  more light and detail to be recorded. It makes holding an Iphone for long periods of time effortless and most importantly results in steady video sequences.



The mCAM and a host of accessories is available at the VeriCorder web store. All of this to support the growing field of Mobile Journalism or MoJo..In this age of 24/7 news, large news organizations are beginning to rely on citizen journalists..well equipped amateurs who are the new practitioners of MoJo. There are even courses available.


Christian Coulombe is a former Combat Camera Videographer & Producer with National Defence. For many years he had an office at Rideau Hall, where he worked as the Governor General’s photographer. He has travelled the world as a photographer covering wars and official State Visits. Prince Philip became a fan of Christian, while he and the Queen were staying at Rideau Hall during a State Visit to Canada. Christian is now an instructor and producer at the National Defence Public Affairs Learning Centre where he teaches videography, photography and now Mobile Journalism or MoJo,

Christian Coulombe has a  blog dedicated to MoJo and his two passions: wine & the Boston Bruins. Check him out at:


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