On our way to shoot our NAB 2013 coverage this year, we decided to shoot, edit and upload an entire episode of DVTV right out of one small camera bag. The Tamrac Zuma 32 bag has an amazing amount of space for your iPad or Macbook Air along with a small mirrorless camera. We used the Sony NEX-7 to shoot with and the iPad 3 to edit. While there were some compromises we had to make, such as no color grading and no lower thirds overlays, the episode turned out pretty well. Take a look at all the gear we used below.
Sony 16mm f2.8 pancake lens
Sony 35mm f/1.8
Sony 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3
iPad Camera Connection Kit
SanDisk 16GB SDHC Class 10
Rode Videomic Pro
Tamrac Zuma 32
Samson Go Mic USB Microphone
Klipsch S4 Headphones
Great video very informative. How did you get the video from the NEX-7 onto the iPad to edit it?
Very interesting, especially the size and the overal quality for the price.
If it was for me I would go for not much more space (not more than a small backpack)
A canon Rebel T3i (with magiclantern)
18-55 EF-S Lens you don’t need more because you can zoom 3x with the T3i by croping in the sensor with no lose of quality).
Two Sennheiser HF g3 : a hand mic and a lavaliere mic (the hand mic would be also use for the voice over recorded on the camera)
A Shotgun mic like the rode videomic
A small light pannel
A light tripod or a monopod
A macbook 13″ with final cut.
cool kit. I need some thing like it. Small and powerful.