The Tilta T-16 Camera cage for the Sony a7s

The Tilta T-16 Camera cage for the Sony a7s Gear Review

In this video I talk about why you may or may not want a camera cage as well as the features which sold me on picking this one up with my a7s.

Links to the products in this video:
Tilta T-16 camera cage-
(A7s ONLY)

Looking for a cage for the a7s2?

Tilta T-17 camera cage for the a7R/a7RII/a7S & a7SII

Atomos coiled HDMI to HDMI

Manfrotto plate

  • Do I need a cage?
  •   Maybe. Depends what you are doing and your setup

I’m using one so I can attach more things to mine. In my case I want to attach a battery plate and monitor and microphone to my setup.

I also like having a nice handle. And most importantly I like having an hdmi lock.

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Filming in Thailand with the a7s and Atomos Assassin.

Filming in Thailand

Recently I decided to take a trip to Thailand and Shanghai. Most of it was for scouting locations and also to build some footage for my reel. I knew I wanted to have high quality footage and wanted to be able to shoot in 4k as well as stills.  Lastly I knew there would be times that I wouldn’t have access to power so having batteries and different power options would be very important. In this post I’ll be talking about what I brought,  why I brought it, as well as what I didn’t bring. lastly Ill be talking about my challenges when filming in these locations.

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