Capturing a wedding on video used to mean bright lights, cables, and microphones. But technology has changed, bringing smaller, more light-sensitive cameras to today's wedding videographer. No longer is it necessary to have huge obtrusive cameras to capture "broadcast" type footage. Real time television has dispelled the myth that "bigger is better" when it comes to producing footage suitable for television. Smaller, less obtrusive digital cameras allow camera operators into such places delivery rooms, courtrooms, etc. Most brides we speak with are much more concerned with "content captured"