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Gear Essentials on a Budget - What's Your Setup?


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Hi Gang

 

As we all find our way in music video production, we regularly face the common challenge of working within budget constraints. Whether you're just starting out or simply looking to minimize costs on a project, the gear you choose plays a pivotal role to not breaking the bank.

 

What's your go-to gear setup for shooting a music video on a budget?

 

I'm curious to learn about the cameras, lenses, lighting, and any DIY rigs that you've found give you the best bang for your buck. How do you make the most of limited resources to still produce a visually stunning piece? Do you have any favorite budget-friendly equipment or hacks that have become staples in your production kit?

 

Sharing our experiences can help us all discover new tools and techniques to enhance our work while keeping costs down. Whether it's a hidden gem of a lens, a creative use of everyday items for lighting, or software that delivers more than it costs, let's pool our knowledge and help each other out.

 

Looking forward to seeing your recommendations and maybe even adopting some new strategies for my next project!

 

Cheers,

 

John

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