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Choices for Building a Portable Videography Kit with New Products

Choices for Building a Portable Videography Kit with New Products

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When you're a videographer on the move, portability is everything. Whether it's an outdoor action shoot, a multi-location shoot with interviews and b-roll, or a car video that requires riding around a track a few times, the key to building up your videographer kit is a combination of quality, portability, and preparedness. Honestly, it's not too different than the military, so you can't go wrong reading the Army Leadership Field Manual, as well.

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When you're a videographer on the move, portability is everything. Whether it's an outdoor action shoot, a multi-location shoot with interviews and b-roll, or a car video that requires riding around a track a few times, the key to building up your videographer kit is a combination of quality, portability, and preparedness. Honestly, it's not too different than the military, so you can't go wrong reading the Army Leadership Field Manual, as well.

Choosing a Primary Camera

Depending on your production requirements, the camera you choose needs to support the top end of the medium. These days, 4K and up is trending, but you also want to make sure your file size is reasonable when you're out and about for 10+ hours and that you can shoot in lower resolutions to extend media capacity when you don't need the highest quality for say, a YouTube video vs. a film that will be shown on a cinema-size screen. For rich color, high resolution, lens support, portability, and versatility, I'd look at compact cine camcorders, mirrorless, and DSLR cameras to compare such as the Blackmagic Pocket Camera 4K or 6K, the Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H or AG-CX350, the Canon C300 Mark II or 5D Mark IV, the JVC GY-LS300, or the Sony PXW-FX9 or a7S II.

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