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Whether you need to create a corporate training video, pick up B-roll footage of a new factory opening, capture client testimonials, shoot a medical procedure, or cover a live event, we will match you with the perfect local video crew for your project. Our Production Managers know every detail about our camera operators—their equipment, shooting styles, areas of expertise, personalities and personal interests. Your dedicated Crews Control Production Manager will use that information, along with the job specs, to select the perfect crew for your individual project.

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Consider your Crews Control Production Manager as an extension of your in-house video department, coordinating schedules and managing location details. And after the project has wrapped, we follow up with a post-shoot evaluation to be sure the crew met and exceeded your expectations. No other crew booking agency cares as much about the client experience as we do. We take the time to learn exactly what you need, so that we can come through for you ... every time.

Crews Control video camera operators have a minimum of 10 years of shooting experience (the average is 20 years), great lighting and framing skills, and the people skills to make us all look good. You will be working with the most talented video crews in each and every city, and because they are local, you save money on per diems and travel costs.

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