7 Things You MUST HAVE as a Filmmaker | TRAVEL KIT

7 Things You MUST HAVE as a Filmmaker | TRAVEL KIT

As a minimalist travel filmmaker, your kit needs to be on point. This is my daily carry for most of my basic shoots for clients.

It’s important to have gear that packs down small and is light weight. There is nothing worse than having a 60lb backpack while running around trying to catch your plane and get to work filming your project. These are the basics… and the basics are all you really need!

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My kit revolves around portability, quality and speed. My camera bag will always have a camera, lenses, sound, tools for smooth camera movement, a light source, and a data management tool. In reality, this is all you really need to make a great quality video with how far some of this technology has come in the last 10 years.

Here is my kit:

Camera: Sony A7sii or Sony A6300
Action Camera: GoPro Hero 7
Art Lens: Sigma F1.4 30mm
Zoom Lens: Sony F4 18-105mm
Wide Lens: Sony F4 10-18mm
Filters: UV and Variable ND filters from Promaster
Drone: DJI Mavic Air (Fly More Kit)
Gimbal: Zhiyun Crane V1 Stabilizer
On Board Sound: Rode Video Mic Pro
Lav Wireless Mic Kit: Sennheiser ew 100 G3
LED: Croma Lite Panels
Solid State Drive: Samsung Portable SSD T5
Bag: thinkTANK Airport Accelerator

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