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My Epiphone Les Paul Ultra III. Love playing this guitar. It's so pretty as well as nice to play.
great looking guitar
It's easier to use than it used to be, but it's not SUPER easy. I'm a mac guy, so this is the way to go. For around $300, it's pricey. You can always start with iMovie.
My workhorse camera. People say the video from this is better than my hi def prosumer and my Kodak. I can't disagree. For around $360 , it's pretty awesome.
For recording audio. Whether you want to do podcasting or if you want to record external sound for your video, here's my go-to product. Very versatile, and under $400.
Start small with lighting? This is the rig. For under $40, this will do the job.
My light stands. Note that this is for (2) light stands. You get 2 in an order. So buy 1 order to support 2 lamps. $50
My portable/small video camera. External mic and other features make this the go-to. This replaces the Zi8, more or less. For $130, it's a great rig.
The only thing I would suggest is put the model # in the description, other than clicking out, I don't know what some of these are.
Hey Chris - what about audio? You do it from camera or is there a microphone you like? thx
Rob - I use an external lav with that camera.
I use a Audio Technics external lavalier mic, love it.
good, thx fellas
My standing desk. For $90, I'm doing what people are doing with much more expensive desks. Works fine, and I'm 6'2".
My current LED lights. I have 2 of these. They are great because they are cool (heat wise) and because they draw low energy.
Chris - Would you use these for video shoots? Photos? Both?
My current HD video camera of choice. Has external mic jack, plus headphones, plus hot shoe area. Very reasonable in the "prosumer" space.