This is the last of my videos for NAB 2014. It is a tribute to the people who attended NAB and all who followed our coverage. Thanks for your continued support and friendship.

The equipment used for this video was:

The camera of choice each year at NAB is the good old 5d3 NAB 2014   I DONT NEED THIS STUFFCanon 5D mark III. Ideal and compact for nice 720p video and shallow depth of field.
I used the Technicolor Cinestyle picture profile.

zeiss NAB 2014   I DONT NEED THIS STUFF
The lens used was the great Zeiss CP.2 35mm T/1.5 Super Speed that brought a very lovely and cinematic bokeh to the shots since I couldn’t control any lighting.
 

easyrig NAB 2014   I DONT NEED THIS STUFFThis was sitting on a very small rig only equipped with an F&V top-handle so it could be attached to an Easyrig Mini that was sitting on my shoulders and is great for handheld on long shooting days.
I look ridiculous with this thing, but hey, the result is more important and I can only recommend the easyrig, especially for gymbal usage.

azden NAB 2014   I DONT NEED THIS STUFFOn the camera’s hotshoe I had this affordable Azden microphone that went directly into the camera. Unfortunately it was not ideal with all the background noise, but it was a workable solution none the less.

Graded with Filmconvert.

Music kindly provided by themusicbed.com:
A. Taylor – Unearthed

The people in this video in order of appearance:

LI-LIAN AHLSKOG HOU
www.li-lian.com

JAMES LEE
www.linkedin.com/pub/james-lee/2b/9a/176

BOHUŠ BLAHUT
www.about.me/bohus.blahut

PAIGE DENKIN
www.goinghomeproductions.com

O’CONNOR HARTNETT
www.oconnorhartnett.com

BRAD WHITE
www.squarepictures.tv

PAUL GUSTAFSON
www.pablogustafson.com

DAN CHUNG
www.newsshooter.com

EDUARD SCHNEIDER
www.schneiderproductions.com

MATTHEW ALLARD
www.vimeo.com/user2932471

JASON MONROE
www.facebook.com/pages/Monroe-Media/

JOE RUBENSTEIN
www.digitalbolex.com

DEEJAY SCHARTON & IAN SNYDER
www.dslrfilmnoob.com

MITCH AUNGER
www.planet5d.com

DAVID LEITNER
www.linkedin.com/pub/david-w-leitner/

MARTIN RISBERG
www.vimeo.com/martinrisberg

PHILIP BLOOM
www.philipbloom.net

JEFF HAMEL
www.zylight.com

ILLYA FRIEDMAN
www.hotrodcameras.com

HENRY BOHOLST
www.nabshow.com

BOB GUNDU
www.10framehandles.com

HENRY LYNK
www.chaosfilms.com/henry.htm

DREW JANES
www.drewjanes.com

CHUCK FADELY
www.chuckfadely.com

CLINTON HARN
www.clintonharn.com

JOE MARINE
www.vimeo.com/joemarine

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Myles April 17, 2014

Nice compilation.

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Sebastian Wöber April 22, 2014

Thanks Myles

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Jordy April 17, 2014

Beautiful! Thank you for putting me back on the ground ^^

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Sebastian Wöber April 22, 2014

Glad it helped

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Stu Mannion April 18, 2014

Well done. Perfect wrap up.

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Sebastian Wöber April 22, 2014

Thanks Stu

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sage_master_storyteller April 18, 2014

Guru says: focus on the 18 inch journey from your head to heart – proverb = words on paper, image, sound and media captured (used to be “checking the gate”)… engaging story told on screen.

Tools do… sometimes matter – better use of your time and energy — focus on becoming a Master Mechanic.

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Michael Nguyen April 18, 2014

hey what kind of mic did they use for this video? sounds nice for a noisy environment. I don’t see a lav either.

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marklondon April 18, 2014

Always one guy. Always.

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Sebastian Wöber April 22, 2014

Michael, I really should have gone with a lav. I believe I had this Azden mic: http://www.c5d.at/202 which the Azden people kindly borrowed me and did noise reduction in post.

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Brandon April 19, 2014

Absolutely no coverage of the amazing new Tokina cine zooms for less than $6k? I held them in my hands this year.. they were incredible!

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Sebastian Wöber April 19, 2014

I missed that

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Matt April 22, 2014

Yeah yeah yeah……… we all know that the equipment wont make your film on its own. This argument (that no one is arguing) is getting really boring.

Its all about the story….we get it!

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Rob April 22, 2014

You do not “need” anything more than an OLD “Camera” to tell a story; the saying that ‘a Picture is worth a thousand words’ is quite old.

Sometimes a Script is good, many Shorts go without. I have done some Shorts where I just go get Footage and write Script based on which Shots turned out best, and how they could be spliced together.

I prefer a Video Camera as it allows me to cut up and present the “Picture” bit by bit (literally).

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A newer Camcorder (or Video capable Camera) records more of the Scene and allows digital pan / cropping — which allows ‘fixing’ your misses.

The newest Camcorder (or Video capable Camera), possibly even 3D capable, allows one to record a ‘Picture’ for the future (future-proofing).

You future-proof so that when the average person gets 4K TV you can present the best possible Image (and that is what it is all about, except for Children’s Photos / Videos; which are always as cute as Fridge-Drawings).

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Look at the Section entitled “Interesting Videos From Other Channels” on my YouTube Page. View the Video “Proaim 14ft Jib Arm”.

That Jib took a lot of setting up, and no doubt some time to learn to use it well.

Look at how it actually MADE the Video.

With a Gimbal on a shorter Jib you could change the way you Videos look. We all hate extra ‘junk’ and packing stuff around but sometimes it makes all the different.

Throughout your Video people mentioned Gimbals, I am surprised no one mentioned the 360′ Cameras. I’ll take both, and a Jib !

Do we really “need” this stuff, depends on how you want the Story to end (appear). I prefer breathtaking and stunning over simple, but simple once in a while is good too.

Rule #1:

IF someone else is paying for it then tell them their options and get great Gear; make great Videos !

If you must pay for your own stuff then do not buy junk (too cheap) or stuff you will only use a few times (stuff you do not need).

Roll long, you can cut it later. Memory Cards are cheap (but be careful since Batteries are not — don’t run out of juice).

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