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If you want to shoot corporate videos, this is the kit for you. I've done hundreds of interviews using these cameras and lenses. I've also done dozens upon dozens of photoshoots with models, celebrities and corporate shoots using these cameras as well. Everything is in pristine condition, basically excellent or excellent plus. I have priced everything based on used prices online for pieces in the same condition (you can see current asking prices from shops next to each piece.), then reduced it by 10%. Selling as a kit, not individual pieces.

The kit consists of:

2 Canon 5d Mark III cameras. ($1450 each)
Use one for the main interview with a 70-200 zoom, and one for cut-aways, using the 85mm or the 24-70 zoom.

The Canon EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR improves on the 5D Mark II with a huge jump in AF points (up to 61 from 9), increased ISO sensitivity, and almost double the continuous shooting speed. Sports a 22.3 MP full frame CMOS. The rugged magnesium-alloy body supports 2 memory cardslots (SD and compact flash), an intelligent viewfinder with 100% field-of-view and 0.71 magnification, and a large 3.2" (non-rotating, non-touch) LCD screen. Control your settings even faster with a dedicated AF menu that is quickly accessible and offers 6 different AF modes to suit your exact shooting needs. NOT SELLING WITH THE MEMORY CARDS.

Canon EF 70-200mm f.2.8 L with image stabilizer (ii) ($1450)
The Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM II Lens sports Image Stabilization in 2 Modes: Mode 1 compensates for shake in all directions and is designed for hand-held shooting. Mode 2 compensates for horizontal shake and is helpful only when shooting across the horizontal axis (i.e. panning). Shoot relatively close to your subject with this telephoto lens across all focal lengths for greater versatility in small spaces. You can also take advantage of the focus range limiter, which enables shorter focusing times on an already fast and near-silent AF system.

Canon EF 24-70 f.2.8 L. ($850)
The Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM Lens is many photographers' "first love" and though newer models are now available, this original version is still a powerful tool for events and everyday shooting. It is sealed for dust and moisture resistance and is designed specifically to reduce distortion at the wide end of the focal range, making it particularly good for group portraits.

Canon EF 8-15mm f/4 Fisheye ($1000)
This lens is ideal for fine art photography, street photography, urban settings, wide expanses, and parties.

Canon EF 85mm f1.8 portrait lens ($250)
Sharp, lightweight, and responsive are just a few adjectives that describe the Canon 85mm f/1.8 USM portrait-length telephoto lens. With a powerful ring-type USM and fast f/1.8 aperture, subjects zip into focus in the viewfinder. It’s great for all types of work calling for moderate telephoto power, but comes into its own in low-light situations.

Tascam DR 70D DSLR on camera recorder. ($175)
You do NOT want to record directly to a Canon 5d. The sound is inferior.
The DR-70D from TASCAM is the ultimate audio recording solution for filmmakers. It attaches directly to the base of the camera and then onto the Tripod or shoulder mount. Four balanced XLR mic inputs meet the requirements of production sound, from professional users to indie DSLR shooters. The compact format can be mounted either above or below a camera, and a pair of built-in microphones can capture sound on-set. The interface is designed for quick adjustment, with additional features to keep recording levels under control. Four XLR mic inputs with phantom power are included on the DR-70D, enough to cover busy scenes.

Hardcase for Travel ($500)

4 batteries

2 battery chargers