I agree with Don and Grinn

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I agree with Don and Grinner.

Do solid pre-production after you figure out what the concept of the video will be. Once you got the concept down, decide during pre-prod what setup will best capture your planned visuals. I would still keep it cheap by getting a number of inexpensive pro cameras to increase coverage and use the money for decent sets/locations and the rest to pay some sharp up-and-comer’s for their ‘A-Game’ efforts. You start getting crazy with just properly outfitting the RED and you’ll blow that $150k in rental fees before you start principle shooting!

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