Yes, I'm also available as a freelance cameraman for other people's productions, operating their equipment. As well as numerous other behind-the-scenes production-related jobs (technical direction, CCU operation, vision mixing, sound mixing, tape operations, et cetera).
I've over twenty years of experience in operating cameras from the big three-tube studio cameras (e.g. Philips LDK2, Sony BVP-360), down to the smaller on-the-shoulder-sized three-CCD ENG and EFP cameras. Live television, studio work, field work. Technical control and set-up. I even do the workshop alignments on my own cameras, modifications, and custom electronics engineering of other equipment for video production.
Yes, I occasionally need to find extra cameramen to help me in my own jobs. But it's very sporadic, and usually only the low budget jobs, or when I need someone to replace one of our regulars. Mostly, it's only suitable for someone with a keen interest in video production, rather than a need for work.