We are filming What’s Inside, Professor? on the cheap using modern very-low-cost production methods. Not really pioneered by them so much as articulated at UC Berkeley’s j-school, you can read about the philosophy in their DV cookbook. Here is a rundown of the basics of our gear:

  • Panasonic AG-DVX100A camera
  • Panasonic AG-LA7200G anamorphic adapter
  • Sennheiser ME66/K6 shotgun mic
  • Sony UWB-C1 UHF wireless lavalier mics
  • DV Rack laptop video waveform monitor
  • Arri 300W and 650 W fresnel lights
  • Lowell 1000W open faced DP light
  • Photoflex CineDomeâ„¢ soft box

2 thoughts on “Gear

  1. I wonder about going forward with standard definition, rather than a high-def format. We are shooting using the anamorphic adapter, so the film will be native widescreen. The barrier to HD is financial at this point. Any advice?

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