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The majority of the questions that I get are about video equipment and gear recommendations. What camera should I get? Which lens is best? What microphone do you use? While a lot of filmmakers hate this question, I think gear is an important starting point for someone's video making journey.
Since there are so many different categories of gear, we made multiple pages that list the equipment we use, own, and recommend.
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As another gift, I wanted to start my go-to guide for beginners learning the technical aspects of recording videos. Here is a 20+ page eBook that walks you through aperture, ISO, shutter speed, and everything else needed to properly expose your shot every time.
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