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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Traveling with video equipment

Filming in other countries- Mexico

This will be a series of different posts depending on where Im traveling.  This year Im traveling to Mexico, Canada, and Thailand.  Im going to try and work on my reel, learn about filming, and generally see and capture as much as I can while out and about.  I’ll be talking the Following topics for each country:

  • Where Am I going?
  • What am I doing?
  • What am I bringing?
  • What did I want to bring but didn’t?
  • Why didn’t I bring it?
  • Customs/Duties/ laws
  • Challenges
  • Tips
  • Conclusions

So let’s get started

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New to video? Here are some different cameras to consider.

I was recently contacted by a former student and they are looking to purchase a camera in the near future.  The camera would be used for demonstrations, inside and outside as well as for interviews.  This particular individual also wanted to be able to record good audio in these situations.  So which ones are the best? What are the options?  It’s a fairly common question I get so I thought i would share my response online in case other people have this question too.

(note* cameras and equipment change wildly from year to year so bear in mind this was written in October 2015 and some of my choices may change in the future)

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