Cinematographer and YouTuber Caleb Pike, of DSLR Video Shooter, has a complete assortment of movies whereby he exhibits off how one can create turnkey options for filmmaking. For his newest episode, Caleb exhibits how he turned a Pelican case, just a few digital camera bits and a bit of elbow grease into the last word all-in-one studio case that’s easy sufficient to arrange and begin taking pictures in underneath a minute.
Within the nine-minute video, Caleb breaks down how he modified a Pelican 1510 carry-on journey case into the last word on-the-go studio. We’ll depart it to Caleb to do the explaining, however at its easiest, the equipment makes use of three twin flash mounts hooked up to the built-in screw holes to carry in place a video monitor, a digital camera hooked up to an articulating tripod head and a microphone.
Caleb has compiled a full checklist of the items he used to make the setup, together with just a few different choices if you wish to maintain the price down, within the video’s description. Not taking into consideration the digital camera, monitor and microphone setup, Pike says the equipment got here out to ‘about $380,’ which isn’t too dangerous contemplating the pliability it provides, particularly when you plan to make use of it for paid work.
These sorts of all-in-one video kits have change into widespread all through the COVID-19 pandemic with TV productions because of their comfort. The power to shut all the studio up in a case that’s not solely protecting however ships simply to shoppers and expertise makes it potential to report professional-looking footage virtually anyplace without having to enter a studio.
No matter how you employ it although, Caleb’s video is a good information on how one can get one up and operating. In fact, there’s loads of room for customizing it additional to suit your actual wants. You may maintain tabs on Caleb’s newest movies on his YouTube channel DSLR Video Shooter.