So you need to fly to a shoot. How do you pack your gear?

Written by RedShark News Staff

Bas Goossens takes us through his packing method for flying overseas with enough video equipment for effective shooting as a one man band.

It's a request that a lot of video producers dread. "Can you fly to XYZ country to do some filming for us?" On the face of it overseas shooting sounds lovely, but actually getting the gear there can be a stressful experience.

Luckily our resident shooter, Bas Goossenns from Ministry of Frames, is a veteran of flying all over the place with expensive video gear, and in this video he takes us through how he packs for an overseas shoot when he is travelling as a one-man-band using a RED camera.

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