Doyes cameras are perfect for podcast setups because of their Camera features such as Easy start（Just plug the USB without any drive software）Romote control（Podcasts can operate by themselves）Auto Focous（Dramatic zooms） If you have someone to control the computer manually that's a great option also because they can pick and choose which shots fit the moment best
What you'll need: *A Doyes Camera
What could help: *Table Stand or Floor Stand *2 Wireless Lavalier Mics/Wired Mics
Streaming & Recording Then of course you can choose to record to the computer/or stream your podcast live to Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Livestream, LinkedIn, Twitch, or Vimeo!
Graphics, Slides, Overlays If your doing a video podcast you may want to add on some graphics to really make things look professional or slides for some extra depth or clarity to the discussion. Since you can connect the cameras to your computer then you can use broadcasting software like OBS, VMix, Wirecast, and Ecamm Live. This type of software will allow you to add transitions, videos, animations, multiple cameras, complex graphics, chroma keys, and so much more.