Camera - Sony a7iii
This camera is great due to its versatility. It can shoot in SLOG for that flatter profile so we can have more play room in post production. It can also shoot in 4K along with 60p and 120p for some nice slow motion b-roll.
Audio - Rode RODELink Wireless Lav Kit
This is our go-to lavalier mic setup. On most of our interview shoots, we bring a shotgun mic and boom setup. However, when we want to stay compact and light, we love to use lavalier mics because they get the job done well.
Tripod - Manfrotto 755XB
This tripod is awesome because it has the built in ball-head. It allows us to level and angle our slider with ease. It's also sturdy so we never have to worry about it tipping over.
Motorized Slider - RŌV Pro Traveler
Our app controlled motorized slider. Using a motorized slider for interviews is crucial because it gives a much more dynamic and compelling look when the shot is slightly moving. Having movement in your interview will grab the attention of the audience much better versus just a static shot on a tripod.
Lightstand - Manfrotto 5001B
An ultra light weight and compact light stand. But we would not recommend using it for any big or heavier lights. Its perfect for those smaller pocket size lights.
Lighting - Litra Pro
This little guy is amazing. It is a bi-color LED light that can illuminate an entire room. We have even used it as a key light before. In this case, we used it as a hair light on our subject.
ND Filter - Tiffen Variable ND Filter
Our go-to ND filters are usually PolarPro branded. However we like to occasionally use variable ND filters if we are using natural lighting and sun position is constantly changing.