What is on My DIT Cart: DIT Tech Series

INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON:  28:30 Minutes of instructional Video    –Supplied w/English Subtitles

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN:  This lesson takes you inside the tool kit of working Hollywood professionals.  So you are not blinded by others that have not been in the trenches and just want to sell you gear.  Derek Johnson my DIT takes you through in depth of what he has on his DIT CART and WHY!  For a DIT his or her cart is the epicenter of everything on set.  All the exposures, notes, LUT’s, the look and visual communication.  Find out what Derek has and what our his secret weapons.



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Shane Hurlbut, ASC 20 days ago

Hi Luke, Generally I am working off of big generators on set that provide tons of power for all the huge light fixtures. 18K’s and so forth, so my cart has no problem with enough amperage. Sometimes though in more mobile shoots or if I have my own generator I use Honda 2000’s. https://www.ebay.com/p/115890831?iid=283748992923 I think they are discontinued now, but they’re a staple on set. Honda makes a good generator and I would go for at least 2000 watts but they make bigger ones as well. My ups never beeps at me if I’m on one of these and its not overcapacity on power draw.