The creative vision is the most important aspect to approaching any new project, so hiring the right people with the right equipment (and proper experience with that equipment) is the best way to ensure the realization of that idea. Below are a number of items that can supply any project with the right tools to get the most out the team's time on set.
There's a new king in town... The EVA-1 is the Sony FS7-equivalent from Pansonic, but the EVA-1's camera system includes better image rendering and processing, additional interface and capturing options, and contains all of the features needed for advanced filmmakers and content creators. Bring this on set as your primary camera, or let it fly on the Freefly Movi as a second camera.
Trusted and relied upon for years, the Zeiss CP.2's offer quality optics at an affordable price. If you're looking for that cinematic look or need Cinema Primes that work on Full-Frame cameras, this is the set that will never disappoint.
Camera movement is such an important aspect of visual story telling, and the Movi's brushless gimbal system provides incredibly steady movement for all kinds of production needs, from creating a sense that the audience is moving with a participant or character to buttery-smooth walking shots for B-Roll and voiceover to incredible timelapse opportunities when paired with an included Ninja Plate and a tripod. Want to go one step further? Mount it on a cloud mount for amazing driving shots, hold it outside of a moving car for car-to-car or extended dolly shots. If you are feeling really adventurous - it's also an fantastic tool for hyperlapses.
A staple for almost every non-fiction shoot. Not only does it provide amazing image quality (including Log color profiles and high frame rates, up to 120fps), it has a very small form factor and boasts outstanding low-light performance that rivals the human eye, providing the option to shoot in incredibly dark situations or in locations where a team needs to be discreet about their presence.