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Professional Videographer Tips
The fear of every camera owner is that their camera is going to get dropped or damaged. For hobbyists, this means that they miss out on having photos of their outings. For a professional videographer, this could cause a problem with their livelihood. Professional quality cameras are not cheap to fix or replace. The delay could cause problems with their production and cost them gigs. If nothing else, it will be a heavy business expense. If you are making a living as a videographer, you need to do the following. Use Hard CasesYes, hard cases are heavier than soft cases. Hard cases are also often bulkier than soft cases. But these are minor...