Putting Together a DSLR Video Kit - And Why

Posted on 3/21/2010 by Gail A Mooney | Printable Version | Comments (0)

I was in Chicago a couple of weeks ago and stopped by ZacutoZacuto is a business that has made outfitting DSLR cameras for video a specialty.  They have cleverly engineered an assortment of their party add-ons that take these cameras to a higher level.  They have also provided solutions to overcome some of these cameras shortcomings.  Depending on the genre you are working in, documentary work, corporate, indie films or photojournalism will ultimately determine which way you’ll need to “trick” these cameras out.


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Gail Mooney is a partner of Kelly/Mooney Productions specializing in story telling video for corporate, NGO's and institutional clients around the world.

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