Recording a lesson can be done by several ways:
iPhone records pretty well but video size is limited to 4GB or around 50 min at maximum resolution. You will make better videos with a iPhone mount and a microphone. CNet UK has a good review on movie making with iPhones.
One can use iPad (£400) as a whiteboard and record (audio only) using apps such as ‘explain everything‘ or ‘screenchomp‘. Screenchomp is available for free but explain everything is a paid app (£2.49). Video can be recorded using device such as moviemount. It is good to have a stylus to write on iPads. I have a adonit jot pro stylus (£30). Styluses are reviewed here and you can know more about screencasting here.
Because I use camtasia studio to edit my screencasts, I am not so much informative about video editing softwares. I would like to hear more about it.
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Olympus sounds cheaper. I would love to hear more about it.