What kind of camera/device do I need to record games with the QwikCut App?

What kind of camera/device do I need to record games with the QwikCut App?

We recommend a 2017 or newer version of the Samsung Galaxy or iPad, either will work fine.  You will also need a tripod and a device holder to connect to the tripod.  You can also use your phone, the convenience of a phone is that it has a data plan if no wifi is available.

Here is the suggested tripod ($80) - View On Amazon Here
Here is the device to hold your phone or tablet ($10) - View on Amazon Here

A case for your mobile device.  You are strongly encouraged to get a waterproof case for your device, especially if you are filming outside for football, soccer, lacrosse, etc.

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