I've put together this quick 'behind the scenes' video to answer the questions I've been receiving regarding the equipment I use to create my videos.
I work with a very limited budget and have acumulated my videography equipment over a few years. So what I am showing you here is not a list of recommended equipment...it's just an insight into what you can achieve using some pretty basic kit. I will inevitably upgrade most of the things you see here...starting as soon as possible with a new Macbook, as my current one is on the verge of becoming a collectors item and adds a couple of hours of rendering time to the production of each video.
Below are links to the things shown in the video. These Amazon links are affiliated, and you may be able to find some of these items cheaper elsewhere.
Apologies to the readers/viewers from other countries, these are all Amazon UK links - you'll need to do a bit of googling to find these products in your country.
Here are a couple more links.....
Ultraclamp at Dogcam - I think this works out cheaper than the Amazon prices, but be sure to have a look around for this, it's for sale in many places, often sold under the name of the Pedco Ultra-Clamp. When you are comparing prices, make sure you are paying for both parts of the clamp and also not one of the older models either.
If you don't mind getting a refurbished camera you should check out the link below to access...
(Note the Sony Outlet Store link above won't work if there are no HX cameras for sale)
If that happens, you should still be able to access the front page of the Sony Outlet Store HERE. Also be aware that this site seems to go up and down a lot and it's worth checking it often to see if the stock has changed.
Finally, remember to pop over to BinaryCafe.com if you want to learn more about the Sony HX100V & newer HX200V superzoom cameras.