Posted on 9/13/2013 1:18:00 AM
Chef James Lee recently started his YouTube channel FoodHackTV. LA Color Pros assisted him with the selection of the professional equipment for use in the production.
The initial equipment list included: three Canon 60D cameras along with the popular RODE PinMic which he used as a lav mic. Additionally, he utilized the RODE Free PluralEyes promotion to help synchronize the audio clips. Two Comer CM-LBPS1800 LED lights were set up for off-camera lighting
We think you'll see by the results they were quite effective. Check out his first draft video.
We're expecting great things from Chef James Lee -- subscribe, enjoy and maybe you'll learn a thing or two. Please subscribe and like the FoodHackTV Facebook page at facebook.com/foodhacktv. And remember LA Color Pros is available for food tastings when you're ready. :)
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