What do I use to make images and video?

Panasonic DMC-GH4 Mirrorless/ Nikon Coolpix System

Panasonic GH4 Micro 4/3 DSLM camera: 4K (Ultra HD /Cinema HD); form- fitting camera cage with JAG 35 top handle and tripod baseplate,  carbon fiber 15mm rods, RedRock Micro attachment points; Switronix P-tap to GH4 power cable

Varavon Armor I cage , GH4 battery clamp, 2 magic arms (long, reg)

Panasonic GH4 battery grip

SKB 3i-2011-7BD waterproof case with pull handle/TSA locks

Metabones EF to MFT Speedbooster adapter; Widespan Nikon F to EOS adapter

DSLR kit Nikon F to MFT adapter

Nikon Coolpix S9500 compact camera: Full HD 1080p/30;  Nikon EG-CP16 A/V composite cable (full function with 7″ monitor)

Minolta IV-F light meter with spot attachment

Rokinon lenses:

8mm f/3.5 Nikon  F mount, full frame (35 mm equiv, ~17mm  fisheye)

14mm Cine T3.1 EF mount, full frame (35mm equiv, ~20mm super wide angle)

35mm Cine  T1.5 EF, full frame (~50mm standard angle of view)

85mm Cine T1.5 EF, full frame (~135mm standard angle of view)

Panasonic MFT lenses:

15mm f/1.7 Summicron (Leica) AF (~ 30mm wide angle)

45-200mm f/4-5.6 OIS (Leica) AF (~90-400mm tele-super telephoto zoom)

Nikon F lens:

50mm f/1.8 AF (~75mm short telephoto)

43-86mm f/3.5 parfocal zoom

Canon EF Lens:
70-200mm  f/4 USM L (~105-320mm super telephoto)

WhiBal cards x 2- lanyard/studio sizes; Cokin series P filter system; small and large focus target/gray panels

Gary Fong LightSphere/ Powersnoot/Amber dome

Tripods/heads:

Manfrotto MVT 502 video tripod w swiveling/tilting Manfrotto fluid head (3 pounds, 6 oz for tripod)- for Cinema rig A camera

6″, 12″ and offset Y- hot shoe accessory rails

Bogen 3036 crank center-post tripod with Benro S8 fluid head, Arukas, or Acratech Long Lens Head-for Cinema rig B camera/slider/Hi-hat/supertelephoto/ jib use

Manfrotto 3001 compact tripod

Zomei Z669 travel tripod/monopod combination

Arukas ball head- for ultralight travel/backpacking , slider, and jib

Micro-tripods to support monitors, microphones, and digital; audio recorders

Induro 75mm bowl hi-hat tripod with custom-built pancake apple boxes* (taking up to 3/8″ flathead hex bolts*)

X, Y plane-type,  calibrated macro focusing rail

GoPro Wearable 4Kvideo/still camera system (rent)

Studio equipment:

Softboxes and stripdomes (Westcott/JTL)

Compact flourescent (daylight) lighting: RPS kit with 70 W  x4 bulbs, silver reflector; kits with dual 85 W bulbs for silver umbrellas

Dual tripod head with computer tray for tethered capture

Background setup, with 10 x 12 ft reversible fabric backdrop and assorted paper rolls including green and blue Chromakey

Sandbags; empty Samys Flyaway 25 lb  and RPS Hi-Vis 6 lb sandbags

Pelican cases- # 1620, 1550 x2,1500,1450 x2 , 1400, various small sizes

SKB cases:3i-2011-7BD, 2918-10D, 1SKB-R3709W (for 37″ tripods)

Seahorse small case; various additional hard cases

Craftsman tool cases-medium, small

 

Video and Audio equipment:

RedRock Micro coaxial and offset risers, MicroMounts/spuds,1.5″ short arms x 2; Tiffen 4×4″ glass filters for matte box; counterweights

Benro DV-15C semicage Cinema rig w deluxe matte box, follow focus, offset rails, long articulated arm, and V-mount battery accessory plate

DLC MB3 matte box

DLC DSLR handheld rig with matte box

DLC Magic Rig v1 rifle- stock rig, standard 15mm rods; match with shoe-handle if needed

Hybrid RedRockMicro/JAG 35 shoulder rig with JAG DSLR stand v2

Beillen dual battery charger(V mount), for several 14.8v brick batteries incl Switronix LP-90S

2 JAG35 V2 grip handles for various setups, such as shoulder rigs

Lilliput 665 7″  looping HDMI monitor with D-tap to 4-pin XLR power cable, 2 x BCN to Composite adapters; Marshall V-LCD-50 HDMI external monitor (5″) system-2 units with Nikon EN-EL3e battery packs/Rocksoul 1 to 2 HDMI Splitter, 4:1 splitter, Rocksoul 3:1 HDMI switch

Professional Sound Corp D Tap to Lectorsonics DC cables: source-Location Sound,/Toluca Lake, CA

Lilliput 569 5″ looping  HDMI monitor with D-tap to 5v power cable

Sony 9″ SD external monitor/ DVD player

Draco Ledgo 1200 and 600 watt LED Panel sets-run on V-mount batteries for location use, or with XLR-AC adapters from AC  power

LP-600 bicolor LED panel w V-mount, AC power options

DV-160 on-camera LED light, Sony batteries in Seahorse SE-300 case

300W shop LED light

Custom, large camera cage (form -fitting for GH4)

SMALLRIG NATO Handle 1526 Perforated camera handle/ hot shoe adapter(M to M)

Generic shock mount pistol grip from Wilcox Sound (Sun Valley, CA)

Fotga DP500 swiveling 14.8v battery mount

Second unit follow-focus

Custom 6 ft rigid jib, with camera position adjustment from monitor position/ gym weights for counterbalancing

Hoodman Cinema Pro loupe and Custom Finder Baseplate

Photoflex LS studio light modifiers

Avenger reflector positioning arms

JTL C-stands; Manfrotto 3/8″ mounting plate; Kupo 5/8 to 1/4″ threaded adapter; adapters for OnStage top mount telescoping boom arm-fits Jamstand;Gator Rok-It mic stand#2′ Matthews C-stand; OnStage tabletop 5/8″ mic stand; Groove Pak, OnStage kick/amp and Proline round base mic stands; On Stage short boom, mic ext attachment bar, camera mount

Samson, Stedman XL pro  pop filters

Proline butterfly mic clips

AC adapters for Nikon and Canon cameras

Konovo 1 meter, linear camera slider-glidecam style

Cinevate Duzi compact dual-rail slider

2 floor-base dolly units; 8 ft linear slider with custom dolly (1″ rail caliber)

4′ linear track slider, 5′ linear (optional inset) V- slider

Motorola transceivers, including set of MS 350 units

LED lighting, handheld modular type (5 units), Sony batteries

Sachtler SN 607 small audio bag/SN 605 DECA audio harness, POR piggin strings 6″

Adreama 12K mAh  and Tzumi 10K mAh power banks

Audio Technica 4040 large diaphragm condenser microphone

Rode NT1 large diaphragm cardioid condenser studio microphone (SN AA0044700)

Harman AKG P420 LD condenser multipattern studio microphones (SN TA3850-018463,TA3850-019885)

Rode NTG-4 supercardioid XLR shotgun (exteriors) [SN: CP 0003999]

Rode matched pair, M5 small diaphragm condenser microphones (SN’s CH0047424/5)-

good for instruments, large vocal ensembles, indoor dialog

Sennheiser ME-67 supercardioid XLR long shotgun [SN 1062027094]/ K-Tek

KNS3 Nautilus shock mount; Sennheiser foam windscreen and Auray WSS-2029 windjammer

Sennheiser ME-64 cardioid XLR short shotgun /Olson Windtech 150 windscreen, Bubblebee Windkiller XS  wombat

Shure SM-58 LC dynamic cardioid mic

Electrolet condenser XLR shotgun microphone (AA battery powered)

Sennheiser MD-46 cardioid dynamic interview/drumset microphone; OnStage MY325 mic clip to fit

Rode-Link wireless Filmmaker Kits x2 (3.5mm/ omni lavalier system) with Pelican 1011 lav mic case; Newsshooter kit with transmitter holdster/ short XLR extension, Sennheiser ME-4N lavalier mics x2

Saramonic AX-100 2-track  audio adapter; Cloud Microphones Cloudlifter CL-1 (48v power to +25dB gain)

Rode Videomic Micro cardioid shotgun microphone/ 3.5mm TRS connector built in

Lowe Pro Audio Utility Bag

Radio Shack 20′ stereo extension cables (3)/ 6′ to 50′ XLR extension cables

Rode 10 ft 9″internal-cabled boom pole,  Mini boom poles x2; Custom 8’2″ aluminum pole; Matthews grip heads/ 3 boom cradles; K-Tek KEG-150CC Avalon Series Graphite Boompole (9 ft) w right angle XLR adapter; Rode Boompole Pro (carbon fiber), 10 ft

2 x Audio Technica 88T (300′ line-of-sight) omnidirectional, dynamic wireless lapel microphones/ Baby Koala windscreens

3 x Audio Technica Pro 70 cardioid, condenser wired lav microphones/ Remote Audio MCATB fuzzy windscreens/ guitar fret mounts

Shenggu S-108 short shotgun cardioid on-cam microphone (CR2 lithium battery)

Rode microphone blimp/ deadcats/ SM3 shockmountsSMR-3 shockmount

Zoom H6 portable audio recorder/deadcat, PCH-6 case, SGH6 hypercardioid shotgun mic, wired remote control, Audio Technica ATH-M40 X and M50X headphones, Sescom LIN2mic-Zoom H4N cables with headphone monitor jacks; 3′ to 25′ XLR cables, EXH6-Combo Capsule, ECM-3 ~10 ft extension cable

Zoom H5 portable audio recorder/deadcat, XYH5 capsule, windscreen, wired remote, PCH-5 case, ECM-3 second unit

Tascam DR-70 D digital audio recorder, AC adapter and wired remote RC-10

Livewire dual XLR splitter cables: 2 male inputs/ 2 female inputs

Kupo 40″ extension arms with fixed grip heads; grip heads, some w hex studs

77mm filters: 4X ND, polarizer, variable 4X Genus and generic  ND filters, Kenko steprings (from  46, 49, 52, 58, 62, 67,and 72 mm to 77 mm); 67mm polarizer
Cokin filter system

Tiffen square 4″ ND’s (3 and 4 stops each)

Gary SC Slates x2 (Clapperboards)

HD-TV:

Proscan LCD 25″  for HD (720p) with Atlona AT-HAD-V31 3- way HDMI switch

Software:

Panasonic Silkypix 4.1 RAW converter/ Utility uploading software; PhotoFun Studio 9.5 PE- makes pulling still images from video such as 4K very easy; simple rough cut tools

Red Giant Plural Eyes 4.1.2  AV synchronization software

Frame.io: free video collaboration and advanced management features

Canon-EOS Utility, free online download (allows extensive tethered camera control,for stills and video)
Nikon- Capture NX2, Camera Control Pro 2, View NX2

Adobe- Lightroom 4 , Story  (CS Live online), CS6 Master Collection, Creative Cloud

Dropbox, Photomatix Pro 5, VideoBlocks.com, SonicFirePro5, Cubase LE8 music production, CyberLink Power to Go Express (for DVD copying), Steinberg Wavelab LE 9.0.2 mastering

LR=Level and Ramp Timelapse 3.1

Jarle Leirpoll’s Premiere Pro Color Grading Presets v.1,2

Media Storage:

Main external 3 x 1.5 TB hard drives (Seagate), 3TB, 4 TB Seagate archival drives

Flash drives: 2, 4, 8, 16, 128 GB

Printer:

Canon Pro 9000 Mark II (to 13 x 19″)

Laptop:

ASUS 15″ N53S quad-core / Windows 7 with 20″ secondary ASUS monitor

Desktop:

Dell Pentium 4 Tower with dual monitors

Lowe Pro 250 AW DSLR Video backpack and multiple other carriers

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