DSLR Rig & Gear for Video Production & Filmmaking

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Download our complete HDSLR Training Series with over 2 1/2 hours of training here: store.nextwavedv.com In this episode, I show you the gear I use for my DSLR shoots. For a complete list of the gear used in this video, visit our website: www.nextwavedv.com Hosted by Tony Reale Visit our Facebook page: facebook.nextwavedv.com Produced by Creative Edge Productions http

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MusiciansInChrist1 says:

Hi. Tony I am a very amature photographer who wants to get into shooting some video, mainly Interviews and Live music (with a more documentary purpose). I’m planning to purchase the “Cannon Rebel t3” as a starter DSLR. I think i can really take advantage of the “Nikkon 50mm f=1.4 manual prime lense”. Considering the camera and the usage, on a $400 buget what two lenses would you suggest that i start with?

jahmbo says:

wow. would the background still camera person please STOP?

James O'Connor says:

I have the Flycam 5000, really is as good as a Glidecam. Indie Film Depot has them for 209 bucks with free postage! And if you post a review online they give you 20 bucks back.

rcvideoshooter says:

Nice rig. Not too shitty lol

pentremansion says:

thanks, I like the video so much I bought the camera (5d3)

genin69 says:

yeah some idiot is shooting photos without a camera blimp

screamwriter1 says:

Some jerk not turning off his clicker during a miced video shoot. Ruined a wedding I did.

Capnbooboo Meow says:

just got a mkiii and now looking for a rig to use in weddings, i want the rig to look Hollywood, can you recommend a decent rig for the price that i can get and later upgrade to add a fallow focus, something you can put on the tripod with the matte box instead of taking it off and putting it on for the tripod again, thanks

yann516 says:

can you send me all your material?have all of this is just my dream!!!

Vigor Otaku says:

on my blog: Rig with the Atomos Ninja-2 on the Nikon D4.
Once set up all I have to do is start Live View (in video mode) and start the Ninja-2 recording. When I cycle the Live View button on the D4, the Ninja-2 starts recording when Live View is on and stops when I shut it off. Each time the Ninja-2 creates a new file for the next take. I turn on the Focus Peaking to ensure perfect focus and it stays on the whole time (does not reset when Live View is cycled). Perfection!
Dan at Vigorotaku

shmew22 says:

Nice and informative. I found myself really distracted trying to see the image stabilization though. lol


djangovideocompany says:

Nice film there fellas.

V helpful.

greylulzlulz says:

took too many, now its just footage of me passed out on the ground.
but it is steady.

perfectfootprint says:

fuken lol hahaha, hate to see your steady footage coming off it though lol awesome 🙂

Phillip Gray says:

Someone is taking pictures.

luteplayer111 says:

great instructions; thanks for posting

Jeremiah Johnson says:

Peter Jackson’s Son ?

Ignacy Kundzicz says:

For me this all follow focus with a rig is pointless , its looks good but useless .How the hell you can control follow focus while u holding with one hand ??? Or how the other person will control your focus while you holding the whole think ??? I set up my rig a bit different way but still i don’t use it! People must know all that , that think don’t help make video you just spend money face it

depelated says:

I’m currently using a 60D with my own DIY shoulder build (The FilmRiot 40Cal) and am looking to purchase a tripod. I like the Sanford with the FM18 but plan to shortly upgrade to a Blackmagic Cinema Camera with a Redrock Rig. Which tripod would you suggest for that rig (my guess is it would top off at about 15-20lb…)

RickyCollierEdits says:

you look like a young peter jackson haha

RoundTownTV says:

y does he sound out of breath

1ove2Act says:

What is the best mic to use under $200 for shooting a quick music video single person guitar player? Should I get a mic for the camera like a Røde? And a shirt mic? Maybe a mic for the guitar?

blackheartxx1 says:

Why are there people standing in the shot??

adeliinad says:

Some guy is taking pictures

Jorge50505 says:

obviously he is a blogger/you tuber……

Sam Watson says:

Even the 550D does 😛

sites4sight says:

nice equiptment but more importantly are you keeping busy with jobs……………….

bmcmovies says:

I didn’t even know half of this stuff existed before today! My eyes have widened.

Syd Berlin says:

dslr gear, no idea

Lucas Boletto says:

canon mark 2 ???/ quero saber se posso pegar ela para fazer filmagens com mais de 1 hora de duração podem me ajudar ???

VIPrtn says:

JESUS CHRIST IS LORD ! The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it. GET SAVED NOW !

eggaweb says:

Dear Santa…

Skrice100 says:

Hi there, are you familiar with “Photo SFXart Tricks” (do a Google search for it)? There you will find a great free video demonstrating how you can make amazing pictures. It made it easier for Joe to create photos that have a jaw-dropping-effect after you look at them. Hopefully it will work for you too…

MrMaxxTV says:

My guess is that if people who have non-rotating LCDs don’t have the problem and who’s LCDs are always exposed, then you will be fine too.

Phil O'Brien says:

I have the same viewfinder (for my T3i), but I’m reluctant to use it. The magnetic frame that is glued to the LCD screen won’t allow the screen to fully close. I’m leery of leaving the screen exposed all the time, likely to be scratched. Have you encountered this problem?

CircleofShit says:

How much for that set up not including the camera????

CircleofShit says:

hahahaha

ChaseMichaelG says:

Really wish I was rich.

Steven Murphy says:

i like it a lot much also

greylulzlulz says:

who needs steady cam when you can use flycam and a couple diazepam?
mgs.

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