Aw, this spammer again, with his 1,500 hashtags on every post.
One of these kits costs $3,600 in Canada. For the same dough, you could get three Sennheiser G4 kits and replace the microphones with Countryman B3 mics. That would be all the kit most independent movies need; most of the time you're not shooting the length of four football fields away.
Are G4 kits as good as Lectros? Of course not! Are they good enough for your project? Only you can decide that. But don't spend money for snob appeal alone.
From Netflix's website (help.netflix.com/en/node/100386), I quote:
"If you have an idea, script, screenplay, or production already in development that you’d like to pitch to Netflix, you should work through a licensed literary agent, producer, attorney, manager, or entertainment executive who already has a relationship with Netflix.
"If you do not have any of these resources available, Netflix will be unable to accept your unsolicited submission."
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Good lord, we need a way to report spammers like this.
You probably can't in this case, if I'm reading you correctly. You might seek a "fair use" exemption (but that never means that you can just do whatever you want with other people's material), but even then the copyright owner can sue you -- and there's no way to know how the axe will fall until your name's already on the chopping block. A distributor will want to see documentation that you have permission to use others' clips.
For permission, contact the TV channel or programme you want to use.