Exploring the concept of "Shot on a Smartphone"
Moment V2 lenses: https://www.shopmoment.com/shop/
DJI Osmo Mobile: http://amzn.to/2uku6Sv
Zhuiyen Tech Crane: http://amzn.to/2s3rszR
Shoutout to Sam: http://youtube.com/samsheffer
Shoutout to Casey: https://youtu.be/V8mUeGa3HEE
Video Gear I use: http://kit.com/MKBHD/video-gear#recommendation17959
Intro Track from https://soundcloud.com/cluelesskit
IPhone $500-$1000 you can buy Panasonic g7. Canon t7i, 77d, t6i with zoom lens and 50mm. Sony a6000 with a couple lens. A Nikon d5600, and d3400. Also Tripod, and a microphone. You can buy any of these in the range of an flagship iPhone.
Conforting me on my choices, already ordered the gimbal dji, moment are for next month. Also, Moment sells conter weight, 50g and 100g, but they seem to see us as mule, as they are selling those for 33$ a piece... I might try to build one my self before ordering it... I don't know...
“Cheaper than a DSLR” wrong oh very wrong. iPhone7 in the video $800 plus moment lenses $300 - you can get plenty of DSLRs or mirrorless cameras that are less. Smaller yes, maybe but cheaper...not a chance.
Can you use Dji osmo mobile with IPHONE 7 and moment lense.... cause in the video you used IPHONE 7 PLUS with moment lense.....i found another video normaly using iphone7 with the moment lense on DJI osmo mobile ?
It would be amazing to see you making a commercial for your own channel or any other with IPHONE X OR NOTE 8... ùsing all those cool camera gear that you have. ....
Pls guys if u agree wid me then give a thumbs up
Okay. I have a similar mentality to the whole "shot on iPhone" phenomenon. I am not a fan of how the videos sell an image that's largely unattainable from a stock camera phone lens. It'd be really interesting to see more content shot EXCLUSIVELY on a stock phone.
Here's a challenge: Shoot an entire video for your youtube channel on your first YouTube setup... I know you've got a few videos that you've made that highlight the gear that you use TODAY, but I'd be interested to see if the skills that you've picked up over the years (both in production and post-production) get held back by your hardware... I'm curious about how heavily you lean on you gear.
I want to be clear, I'm not saying that your videos are good because your gear is good (your videos are good because you've gotten good at making videos, not because you shoot in 8K with skypanels in a 1 billion sq. ft. studio), I'm just curious about what would happen if you went back to your original youtube setup. Call it the "back to the roots" challenge. You, TLD, UAC, Austin, Krystal, and (oh goodness, this would be hilarious) Linus are all welcome to the challenge. Looking forward to it.
Moment just released preorders for their new counterweight for the Osmo mobile!!! One 50g for small phones like the iPhone X and 100g for bigger phones! @momentlens @Moment @dji Pre orders ship out Dec 11. Also iPhone X cases are available for pre orders now for less then $30. Love tech!
Can the dji osmo thing be used with say a gopro hero 5 session? I know it's meant for smartphones. And even only has the little 2 claw hand thing for a cell phone. But can you jerry rig it to fit a gopro and have it still working perfectly? Or what do you think?? I want to buy one. But I'm on a very strict budget and the small town I live in only has 1 store that sells the dji osmo and nothing else.