With so many new cameras coming out soon, I feel like many filmmakers been looking incorrectly at which camera to buy. As you should not look at which is the latest or the best with crazy new features, but the camera you can get the most and the best jobs with. My advice is to look at local job listings of bigger film crews and see which cameras they are requesting for certain positions, as often the crews are working with certain camera brands to keep the color the same, so it be easier to edit and grade in post. As also every country and location has different crewsand each uses different cameras, so make a list and see which cameras you see being listed the most and that be the direction to go to. As also working with bigger crews will help you grow in experience, but also get in contact working for bigger brands. And if the crew liked working with you they can hire you for more upcoming jobs and grow along with that crew. So make your choice from the people you want to work with and not look at the next big camera.

This video was filmed with:
Panasonic G7 – https://amzn.to/2OVKMuv
Panasonic 12mm f2 – https://amzn.to/2wIiWtx
Rode Videomic Pro+ – https://amzn.to/2wK1dmm
Yongnuo YN360 – https://amzn.to/2Ond4gx
Manfrotto Compact Action – https://amzn.to/2MtgHkl
Manfrotto Befree Live – https://amzn.to/2Mfk41E

Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro – http://goo.gl/k2EagF

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