- What to Expect
- 1 - $150 Budget
- 2 - $500 Budget
- 3 - $1,000 Budget
- 4 - $2,500 Budget
- 5 - $5,000 Budget
- 6 - $10,000 Budget
- 7 - Wrap-up
To first make a video you are going to at least need a camera. To make a good video you will most likely need some type of audio and lighting gear as well. But what kind? With so many brands out there and each offering their own version of the same tool it can be overwhelming trying to figure out what you need. So let us help! We break down exactly what to get no matter how small the budget.
Whether you have $150 or up to $10,000 to spend on video gear, this free 7-part video course covers what cameras, lenses, microphones, & lighting are best at all kinds of budget ranges.
Figure out what gear you need, what gear you don't, and what's worth the money!
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Caleb Wojcik has been making videos off and on for nearly a decade. In that time he has filmed the NHL, MLB, NCAA basketball & football, weddings, commercials, book trailers, and plenty of training videos for the web. He teaches web video production at DIYVideoGuy.com and runs a video production studio in San Diego, CA called Caleb Wojcik Films.