If only I had the scratch to buy all this great gear, sweet packaging/portabiity. The presenter is clear and concise with no embololalia which is hard to come by these days . . . look forward to his reviews.
That is one sweet setup. Kessler products have been on my "A" list for a long time and some day I'll up my production value by owning one of their products.
Excellent timing and as always solid pro tips.
I am preparing to do an indoor narrative video shoot in the weeks to come and I have been eye-balling entry level recorders and mics to pull this narrative project off. Never considered train tracks until you brought it up in the video and there happens to be a very busy railroad track about seventy-five yards away from the actual shoot, thankfully I caught this segment to do a work-a-round when recording time arrives.
Again, thanks for the great tips.
I stumbled into to this one and went for the American (well known) classics, turns out there are many (albeit buried) films that are waiting to be rediscovered, reevaluated and receive their due diligence. I have been a fan of the "Deer Hunter" since day-one, but was unfamiliar with the history of "Peeping Tom" and director et al.
Thanks for all the meaningful historical research.
This site has never let me down with all the solid pro tips it has to offer. The thought never crossed my mind to use a giant plasma television, a work tool and entertainment center wrapped up in one giant package at a reasonable price. Makes a lot of sense to me . . . thanks Stephen.
Yeah, I saw the video as total weak sauce, but I think that's why he/they wanted to presented it in a such a way to solicit and or submit your knowledge on pricing, working with customers, an over-all launching point.
As usual the pros on this side (comments) of the fence came through with some solid, useful information. Thank you.