In recent years, it has become tremendously easier for the video production houses like Daniel Scott Design access to cameras with Hollywood specs. As a result, more video is uploaded to the web in one month than TV created in 3 decades according to ProductionHub. Businesses are realizing the powerful potential video has to influence the consumer and is more often included as a high priority budget item in marketing strategies.
When so many videos are uploaded to the web, how does one stand out? Some video production agencies prefer to add cookie cutter visual effects and throw in the latest lighting gadgets. That’s all fine and there’s a place for that but we found that the secret to effective influencing is best done during the screenwriting and storyboarding process – authentic storytelling. Combined with an eye for cinematic visuals and just the right equipment for the job, Daniel Scott Design is able to produce your story at a fair price point.
How much do we charge for video, you ask? Well, it depends. We shoot on everything from DSLR video cameras, to Canon cinema cameras, to RED cameras. Lenses are really when the price of a project can dramatically increase your budget. Of course your choice of lenses have the most potential to increase the perceived production value. The prices below are to give you a rough idea of pricing options available when calculating the final quote. Equipment quoted below are typical for 7-day maximum rental rates. We’ll help you pick the right tools for the job and your budget.
|Video Project Base||$425|
|Daily Rate – Director / DOP / 1stAC||$225|
|Daily Rate – Editor||$190|
|Camera – Canon EOS R Support Kit*||$350|
|Camera – Canon C200 MK II Support Kit*||$925|
|Camera – Canon C300 Support Kit*||$1,125|
|Canon CN-E Lens KIT||$1,200|
|ROKINON XEEN Lens KIT||$950|
|Audio Equipment Kit||$150|
|3-point Lighting Kit||$250|
*Camera Support Kits include the camera, tripod, camera rig, memory cards, monitors and other equipment needed to get the camera in full-production state. As a general rule, the support equipment is 1.7 times the rental cost of the camera itself.