Jack Coleman is the quintessential traveling filmmaker. To prove it, he unpacked his gear to show us what it takes to get all those vivid, action-packed and sometimes wacky clips from exotic locations all around the world.
1.canon 500mm lens PHOENIX, this is my digital video lens for cheap thrills.
2. jvc vhs-C camera, for a video tape look.
3. Polaroid land camera.
4. 60D digital, for digi shots and video capabilities.
5. RAEN optics for my eyeballs.
6. Tri-X & Ektachrome reversal super8 film, my go to medium.
7. canon lenses-15mm & 70-300mm.
8. advil for headaches, usually from sun damage or hangover.
9. duct tape, for everything.
10. microphone, used as a prop for comical purposes.
11. 35mm film, cruising around shots & CR5 battery for 35mm camera.
12. shaved down fin, for soft top dreams.
13. Beaulieu 6008 S, this is camera I shoot surf from the land with. 100-300mm Nikon lense on a c-mount adapter.
14. Polaroid film. Always carry some type of instant stock and camera.
15. OLYMPUS 35mm manual SLR. No batteries necessary, 50mm lense.
16. Eumig super 8 water camera. Its basically water ready and plastic.
17. 35mm water housing for SLR. Mines old, runs with an A2.
18. Flashlight. For the campsite and dark situations.
19. 55-120mm Olympus lense, more my manual SLR.
20. sunscreen. I found this one for kids, I like it.
21. Eye loop, digital video view finder.
22. Canon 100-400mm lense. Another longer lense for digi stuff.