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In my experience, rent when you have a client willing to pay for gear you don’t have or if your budget supports it. Renting can cut deep into your profits. Now if you’re wanting to work with cinema primes or need a steady rig for a heavier camera, etc. yeah renting is the way to roll. But if the rental percentage cost is greater than your profit percentage, that’s when having your own gear comes in handy.