Camera/sound/lighting/extra. Depends on what is needed.
If you are classified by your employer as a 1099 contractor, you may be considered a W-2 employee in the eyes of the IRS. You don't need a lawyer, you do need to fill out a form SS-8 and tell them what you do and what your employer put in the contract. It is free. irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-ss-8