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Q: How many cameras do you bring to a shoot?

Depending on the shoot requirements we always bring 1 camera as a back-up.

Q: Do you have your own audio gear?

Yes. We have multiple wired and wireless microphones.

Q: Do you shoot in HD?

Yes. We shoot everything in 1080 HD and have the capability of also shooting in 4K.

Q: Do you have insurance?

Yes. We have a 1 million dollar liability insurance policy.

Q: Do you have equipment to take audio feed from a DJ/Board?

Yes. We have every connection possible to take any feed we may need for the film.

Q: Do you have drones?

No. TruFocus outsources any drone footage needed for a project. Our freelancers have the Part 107 and FAA 333 Exception certifications along with insurance.

Q: Can I add additional hours the day of the event?

No. Our videographers need advance notice on additional hours as they may have other shoots or projects that have deadlines.

Q: Do you offer professional lighting?

Yes. We have a variety of LED and Fluorescent lights to choose from based on the needs of the project.

Q: What kind of cameras do you have?

We have a variety of different professional camcorders, cine cameras, and DSLR’s available for any kind of shoot possible.

Q: Do you offer color correction and grading services?

Yes. If you have a style you’re looking for we can match it using DaVinci Resolve. A color suite program that all the professionals use in our industry.

Q: Do you have the capability of shooting VR & 360 Video?

Not at this time, but we are experimenting with this technology.

Q: What is the maximum number of cameras you have to shoot a live event?

We currently have access to up to 8 cameras at one time using a TriCaster board that takes in all the cameras signals at one time for live multi-camera editing.