On my latest video shoot for Muck Boot, I tested out what could be the lightest 4K videography set-up out there.
I was tasked with shooting a making-of video of a three day photoshoot out in the French alpine resort of Val D'Isere for a brand called Muck Boot. It was going to be pretty fast-paced, jumping between various locations around the mountains over the course of the three days. I knew that I would need to have access to all my gear at all times and to be able to carry it all on me without hindering the pace of the photo shoot.
Here's what I went for:
- Sony a6300 (shoots 4K video at 30p)
- Three lenses (Sigma 10-20mm, Sony 16-50mm, Sony 55-210mm)
- Sigma MC-11 Adapter
- Feiyu MG Stabiliser
- Manfrotto BeFree Live
- iPhone 6
- Perfect LCD Viewfinder
- Spare batteries, memory cards, camera cleaning kit
Total weight: 4kg
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