Jimmy Posted November 28, 2016 Share Posted November 28, 2016 My brother just scored a contract to do all the wedding photography at a country hall, around 40+ per year. He has asked me if I want to do the videography side of things. Not really dream stuff, but hard to turn down the cash being thrown around. So.... Now i'm trying to work out the best camera/audio setup. I currently have an A7s II, an NX1 and a BMPCC.... The A7s could come in handy for FF and lowlight stuff. Camera wise, I would want: Good skintones At least 60fps, preferably highly Decent AF Decent audio (though I would probably have dedicated external sound). Stablisation, preferably in camera, but could use a gimbal Nothing too intimidation I find myself drawn to the XC15 for the bread and butter shots (speeches, candid handheld stuff outdoors etc)... Then maybe use the A7s II for B roll, slow mo, artistic dolly stuff etc. Any advice from people doing this for a living... The C100 II was looking interesting to me, but I worry that the size might intimidate people... Is stealth best, or do people want to see big cameras so they feel it is professional? Gear budget would be about £5000 (more if i sell current gear). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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