By LUKE MCELROY · September 07, 2017
The gear that magically outputs light to form a beautiful images can be a complex piece of equipment to understand. Here are basics to help navigate the emerging types of projectors available on today's market.

Duke DeJong · February 09, 2017
If you’re looking for a medium or large format projector, laser phosphor-based projectors are quickly becoming the go-to projector choice for five key reasons.

By Tony Staires · November 08, 2016
Simple shapes, materials, and texture can be transformed into inspiring set pieces that will enhance your worship environment.

WFM Staff · September 14, 2016
Dynamic and richly textured stage presentation engages thousands of young people at a recent youth conference. Learn how they managed the interplay of lights and video presentation.

Jim Kumorek · March 22, 2016
What to consider when selecting a video camera to capture your church service.

Jim Kumorek · February 18, 2016
Some basic knowledge of 4K resolution will help you make better equipment decisions for the year ahead and beyond.

M Wagner · February 08, 2016
These installation projectors combine performance and technology into an affordable package for your church.

WFM Staff · December 21, 2015
Behringer's XR18 is an ultra-affordable 18 input/12 bus remotely controlled mixer in a stage box for OS, Android, PC/Mac and Linux computers and tablets. It's ideally suited for HOW applications, thanks to 16 award-winning MIDAS mic preamps, onboard digital effects, integrated WiFi module, and lightning-fast, bidirectional USB Audio Interface.

WFM Staff · December 16, 2015
The Yard Master2 is a fast-acting light-weight aluminum folding frame projection screen. Yard Master2 features a choice of either 1.1 gain matte white front projection or 2.2 gain rear-projection materials. No tools are necessary for assembly. Ground stakes, cord, eye bolts and soft carrying case are all included.

WFM Staff · December 16, 2015
The Canon REALiS WUX6000 Pro AV Installation LCOS Projector offers a robust combination of 6000 Lumens of high brightness, WUXGA (1920 x 1200) high resolution, and Canon's unique LCOS display technology. The REALiS WUX6000 delivers intricately detailed, color-accurate still or motion images with a contrast ratio of up to 2000:1.