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Old May 21st, 2016, 08:43 PM   #1
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Panasonic G7 complete filmmaking kit

I'm moving overseas and migrating into the written word over video (no more gear-fetish!).

I've spent over $2,000 on a complete rig for documentary filmmaking; this includes everything needed for filming from camera to audio to lighting and tripods. I would prefer to pass this on to a new or amateur filmmaker looking to do their thing, only later will I consider parting it out, but you can still ask if you're curious.

MAKE ME AN OFFER for the lot. I just decided to sell it all this weekend and taking pictures of everything and pricing it out is overwhelming. I would prefer pickup or delivery, as this is a lot of stuff and a pain to ship. I am located in Milwaukee, WI, but will be driving east through the Chicago, and then to the east coast near Hartford, Boston, and New Hampshire.

-Panasonic Lumix G7 with 14-42 Lens (Brand new, Shutter count is in the 500 range if my memory is right. Perfect condition. Micro 4/3's camera with 4k video. Can record 1080p in AVCHD without a time limit.
-Batteries for G7 (1 stock, great condition) and 2 unopened brand new spare batteries. 2 battery chargers.
-256 Gb SD-card capable of holding a lot of video, rated for 4k recording.

-Shure VP83f Shotgun microphone recorder. Shotgun that has an integrated flash recorder (comes with my MicroSD card, 16Gb). The VP83 can record it's own WAV files, input audio into the camera separately, AND has a headphone jack (which the G7 does not) allowing the cameraperson to monitor audio. This is a $300 microphone.
-3 Zoom H1 handheld audio recorders, all with their own wind-muffs. I recorded in-the-field wilderness audio with these and they work well to pick up ambient audio or even dialogue if placed well. I think I have at least 2 Micro SD cards for these, maybe more. I used this set of three to record people sitting in a circle, setting them in a triangular pattern pointing outwards.
-2 Olympus ME52 Lavalier microphones, with 3 furry windmuffs (1 for a spare)

-Amazon Basics Video Tripod. I believe it's 62", sturdy, smooth rotation with it's own quick-release plate.
-Monopod. Also with it's own quick-release plate.
-Joby Gorillapod. Also has own quick-release plate.

-2 160 LED variable intensity lights. One comes with it's own rechargable battery and power plug-in, and the other takes AA's (6) and you can buy a plug for it from radioshack. Each also has filters for different color temperatures. Each can be mounted on the camera, or to a tripod thread.
-2 light tripods.

-2 or 3 sets of the same quick release plate setups, for standardizing across the different tripods/monopods/gorillapod so you're not always changing plates.
-Also have a little cold shoe extender to put on the camera to make it hold more accesories
-An extra mini-shotgun mic

Again, make me an offer. I'm looking to encourage newcomers to film but also make back a good deal on my money. Good deal for each!

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