The DSLR filmmaker’s kit guide: 10 essential items you shouldn’t leave the studio without

by Peter D. Marshall

by Paul Wyatt.

Peruse the sites of video equipment sellers and you’ll soon be overwhelmed by the sheer number of gadgets and accessories you can buy. In your initial foray into fimmaking, however, you should stick to the essentials. Here are the 10 must-have items you’ll need before embarking on your first shoot.

The first thing you’ll need is a camera or camcorder to capture your footage on. We’ve listed a couple of exceptional examples below that can capture professional-grade footage without breaking the bank. Below these are our set of ‘must-have’ accessories to ensure you’re ready for most common shooting setups.

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