Pro level video production can involve equipment commitments that would make your teeth curl. Depending on your viewpoint, Pablo's kit could be regarded as relatively modest. While it's often preferable to turn up to a job with grip hardware that will fit in your car or van, you don't have to look too far to see that productions that could also be scaled as modest that will require 2-3 large truck-loads of grip, and very frequently more.grip. I like being able to mount my cameras in unusual ways, i do a lot of video, so I've full size track and dolly, table dolly, fig rig, cowboy slinger, slider, gimbal stabiliser, timelpase motion tripod, mini-jib, video monopod, video tripods, superclamp and snake, magic arms, c clamps, 'the pod', suction cups.. not exciting, but practical.I was about to ask you what do you do with all that?
I do rather find these threads a kind of shower-room exercise of who has the biggest... wallet. Ok, it's a gear forum, but I'd rather talk about what folk do with their kit...
I do video too (not professional yet), but tripod, monopod, 2.5 feet slider, table dolly and a viewfinder are enough. It must be heavy your bag.
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