Gave them my UM 4.6 to make this with a few weeks back, so happy to see the profile's done! Love it already :D
Yeah I'd say there should be, cheers! I was also looking into a small 4x4 like a Toyota Rav4, mainly for it's versatility, but I'll do a little more research.
Great clip, trying to do something kiiinda similar for a sound and lighting test...
Just a thought for the publishers here on NFS: can you please stop the random placement of capital letters in the titles? This one's all over the bloody place!
Finn (A concerned, but appreciative reader)
Perhaps something like the Rode NT5 for indoor shooting? Also a Blimp comes in real handy in the windy outdoor situations. A recent article on here actually covers different microphones/setups quite nicely. http://nofilmschool.com/2015/01/techniques-help-you-record-better-locati...
I'd strongly recommend lenses from Voigtländer if it's within your budget, but if not, there are plenty of alternatives. I have their 25mm and 17.5mm f0.95 lenses, and they're great to use, though getting the hang of the all-manual aspect can take a bit of time.
Do you have some form of shoulder mount? You can build one fairly cheap from various parts nowadays, and they're invaluable for the handheld style (if that's what you're going for!)
I would recommend the Dell U2711 or U2713, great, accurate colours with 2.5k resolution.