Spring little league and soccer training is here, and that means the kids are going to be out on the field learning the ins and outs of the game. And you want to record all the hits and the goals being scored.
As a parent, you’ll want to encourage your kid any way you can, see their progress and give them words of encouragement. You’ll be spending a lot of time in the bleachers watching your daughter or son playing for long hours. No two ways around it, the bleachers will be your haven for both practices and games.
A Great Teaching Aid
One of the best teaching aids a parent can do for their kids is to let them see themselves out on the field. Reviewing video of practices and games is one of the greatest teaching aids ever done. Professional teams have been doing this same thing for decades because it shows exactly what a player is doing wrong in any given situation, and by seeing themselves, the player can adjust and learn.
The best thing about this is that, with video capabilities available in virtually every smart phone and still digital camera, any parent that has one, and who doesn’t, can take videos of their kids and play them back later. You can even download them onto a computer to gauge their progress, which can really help build confidence.
Out in the Sun
Of course, being in the bleachers inevitably means being out in the sun. If you are looking to get a tan, that’s the best place to be, but if you are looking to take the finest videos, think again.
The worst part is going to be finding a position where glare or reflected images won’t be a problem for you smart phone, tablet, video camera or other recording device. If glare is making it difficult to see the video display, you won’t be doing a good job of capturing the action.
Sure, you can twist and turn or move the screen up or down, in an attempt to see the screen better, but in such a limited area in which to move around in, that could be a major problem. That is especially true if there are other parents on either side of you and you don’t have much space to move around in or you don’t want to block their view.
What Can You Do?
The best way to knock out reflective glare is to put on a NuShield protective film over the screen. A NuShield DayVue anti-reflective film will reduce glare so that you can get the video you want, without having to move around or leave your seat while looking for a shady place to take a video. Plus, it also protects against screen damage from scratches, dust and dirt, and around a dusty environment like a baseball diamond or a soccer field, that’s always a good idea.
NuShield has the Film Protectors for Your Little League and Soccer Practice Videos
Regardless of what video capturing device you have, you’ll find that NuShield screen protection films are available in all sizes. They’ll fit smart phones, video and still cameras, tablets, laptops and even your GPS devices too! But even if your screen device is not already listed on the NuShield website, there is no need to panic. NuShield will custom cut a film to fit your screen without any extra charge.
Remember, an easy to install NuShield DayVue screen protector will let you video record practice or games without the hassle of glare, so whether you use it as a training aid, or a memory of the big play, NuShield will keep you in the game every time.