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Logan L

Videographer / Video Producer

New York, NY Member since April 2020

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I am a filmmaker and photographer in New York City. I am currently the Production Supervisor for the digital agency, Beautiful Destinations. I work mostly on digital campaigns in the travel industry.

BMPCC6K Pro Kit with Shoulder Rig

Includes: Atomos Shogun 5", Tilta Camera Cage + Top Handle, Small Rig Shoulder Mount

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INCLUDES

  • Atomos Shogun 5"
  • Tilta Camera Cage + Top Handle
  • Small Rig Shoulder Mount
  • Polar Pro Basecamp Matte Box with VND 2-5
  • 2TB Samsung SSD Media
  • (2) IDX 98W V-lock Batteries
  • D-Tap to Black Magic
  • HDMI Cord
  • (2) 12" Carbon Rods
  • (2) 2.5" Metal Rods
  • Small Rig Universal Cheese Plate
  • Small Rig Monitor Clamp
  • Pelican 1510 Hard Case

OWNER NOTES

Kit includes everything you need for your ultralight cinema camera kit. Great for run and gun and shoulder mount shooting. This is a powerful camera at an unbeatable price point. 6K flawless BRAW in a lightweight form factor with all-day power.

BMPCC6K, TILTA CAGE, TILTA 15MM RODS, TILTA TOP HANDLE, 2TB SSD, 2 1DX VLOCK 98W BATTERIES, ATOMOS SHOGUN 5" MONITOR, POLAR PRO BASECAMP WITH VND 2-5, SMALLRIG SHOULDER RIG KIT, 15MM RODS, 2.5" RODS, TWO DIFFERENT MOUNTS FOR MONITOR, TILTA MINI FOLLOW FOCUS, SMALL RIG UNIVERSAL CHEESEPLATE, SMALL RIG VLOCK SYSTEM

Blackmagic Design ups the ante in compact cine-style capture with their Super 35 sensor Pocket Cinema Camera 6K. Not only can the BMPCC 6K record up to 50 fps 6144 x 3456 video, but in a boon to lens connoisseurs everywhere, it features an active Canon EF mount, letting users take advantage of the expansive array of EF/EF-S–mount lenses available.

*Lenses not included
15% Discount for NYFA Students

$250
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$250
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Reviews (2)

Average 5.0 Stars

Great renter! Took care of the gear and had great communication.

Took great care of our gear and would love to rent to Logan again!

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