Professional industrial cameras
Sound and vision mixed as they're recorded
Multi-channel audio mixer
Multi-camera vision mixer
Recordings can be made to DVD
Pricing varies, dependent on:
- Time involved (including pre- &/or post-production, set-up, filming)
- Plus any transportation and/or other expenses.
e.g. A mixed on-site, two-camera, half-day, job
might cost around $1350.
Does not include cost of blank tapes.
Minimum half day booking period.
- Professional, genlockable, Panasonic F250 3-CCD camera with dockable AG-7450 S-VHS/VHS recorder (camera
can be used independent of a docked recorder).
- Other cameras used dependent on the job specifics.
- Dependent on circumstances, cameras can run on mains power or
- S-VHS time base corrected, cuts only,
professional edit suite—one player, one recorder, one controller
AG7650 & AG7750 VCRs with AGA750
control-track type of edit controller).
- Philips DVD recorder (supports
DVD+/-/R/RW, VCD, and SVCD formats).
- Multiple video preview monitors.
- Nakamichi CM300
microphones (with omni-, uni-, or super-directional capsules).
- Nady wireless tie-clip microphone with receiver (both 9 Volt
- Audio feeds can be taken from on-site sound equipment, though it's
usually best not to re-use someone else's sound re-inforcement audio
mix as a recording source.
- Audio mixer (8-channel Yamaha
- Analogue video mixer (JVC KM 2000).
- Mixed video output can be fed out for on-site distribution.
- Headset intercom system
Other equipment can be included.
- Depending on what and where you intend to film, you may need to
obtain permission (from the location and performers).
- Be sure to outline your requirements. I don't bring
everything along, only what seems likely to be necessary for a
- Customers are advised to read the information about video taping
productions, to be aware of the issues that can be involved,
particularly when live performances are to be recorded. And the
page about planning, filming,
and editing productions if the job is about producing a video, rather
than just hiring equipment and crew.
- Filming with independent cameras, then editing afterwards will
probably cost more than mixing as filming. Required editing time
is hard to predict, but usually takes several times longer than the
filming time (e.g. editing two hours of filming may
take eight hours to complete). And independent filming lacks the
cohesion between shots that you get when all cameras are being directed
from a control room.
- We also do single-camera filming.