Is your budget tight and you cant afford the camera or extra gear you need for a project? Renting could be a great option. Erik walks you throught the options of renting cameras and the models of cameras that are great for renting. Erik also shows you another items like Camera Support that are perfect for renting. He also explains the advantages of renting a Sony or Canon cinema camera or Panasonic mirrorless camera you might be interested in buying.
- We covered a lot in this course on what camera to buy,…the sensor, lenses, audio and more.…I hope you walk away with a better understanding on how…all these affect the decision you make…to pick the right camera and support gear,…to make your next production a success,…at the budget you have to work with.…I'm a gearhead, too, so I practice what I preach.…I love shooting and creating, and the last thing I wanna do…when I'm on set, is fight the gear…and wish I had a different camera.…If you're interested in reading more on my thoughts,…check out my blog, eriknaso.com.…
And remember, there are a lot of great resources…in the library here, once you've found the camera…that's right for you.…With the right camera and support gear,…you'll have the confidence in knowing you made a sound…decision, and be on the road to a successful video project.…Thanks for watching this course and happy shooting.…
Evaluating your production workflow and the camera options out there can save you time, money, and maybe even your sanity. Camera enthusiast Erik Naso is here to help. He'll teach you how to ask the right questions and pick the right camera—balancing "the camera I should buy" with "the camera I want to buy," so you end up happy with your purchase over the long run. Learn how to figure out your budget and needs; understand the different file formats, sensors, and lenses available; and choose the right accessories for any shooting situation.
- Understanding the camera components: sensor, lens, etc.
- Evaluating audio inputs
- Taking your type of production into account
- Deciding on a budget
- Choosing accessories such as tripods and gimbals
- Camera codecs and media cost