If you are starting out in filmmaking, you need to avoid buying gear that is unnecessary. And if you don’t have a bunch of money, buying gear can be an overwhelming process. The following gear pages should help you clear up what is worth buying and what is not worth buying.
Check out the camera page to see which budget cameras are best for shooting video. This guide focuses mostly on DSLRs and mirrorless cameras.
Check out the lenses page to see read about commonly recommended lenses for shooting video. This guide includes new lenses, vintage lenses, and anamorphic lenses.
Check out the tripod page to find out what the best tripods are for various budgets.
Check out the tripod heads page to see what tripod heads suit your filming needs. This guide focuses on fluid heads.
Check out the stabilization page to find out which stabilization products are a good value. Properly stabilized shots are critical to film and will take your filmmaking to the next level.
There are many useful tools that will improve the look of your films such as monitoring systems, follow focus systems, filters, and grey cards. Plus, there are tons of items that make shooting video easier and less annoying. Check out the Accessories page to find out about these awesome tools.