As soon as you hear the OB van, people will think of its tallness. The dazzling professional broadcast equipment, the wide and long container-type body, and the full-horsepower front have created its high cost. Let small and medium photography teams stay away.
But today, a foreign photography team actually DIYed a network OB van by themselves. Not only is the cost low, but the effect is very good!
This is the scene of Norway’s Rally Cycling, a national charity event launched by a non-profit organization that runs from south to north across Norway to raise funds for research into childhood cancer.
Although it was summer, the contestants on the spot were smiling and full of energy.
The competition was broadcast live by a local (Sykkelaksjonen) film and television agency.
In order to save costs, the shooting team did not rent an expensive OB van, but equipped a network OB van by themselves, which was very cool.
The protruding part of the head we see is a remote control camera, which can adjust the shooting angle through the remote control device in the car.
Walking into the car, you will find that the interior space is very compact and the space is fully utilized.
Laptops, large-screen monitors, remote control devices for head cameras, recording equipment, and two large-size monitors of Armor 1 in black and red colors help staff monitor the live video.
Laptops, large-screen monitors, remote control devices for head-mounted cameras, recording equipment, and two large-size monitors of Armor No. 1 in black and red colors help the staff monitor the live video.
From time to time, I will have a close-up of my work, which is very hilarious. Good ideas can not only save money, but also achieve unexpected results. Such a good network broadcast van, do you like it?