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    I've never been a flashy car guy. I go sensible. Currently driving a Chevy Bolt which is actually a tremendous amount of fun, the fabled electric torque is no joke.

    The CRV was never the best hauler, I wanted to switch to a Honda Element but never got around to it (and later a Transit Connect). As a Steadicam operator, especially day playing, I almost always had to get my gear to set or at least to and from the checkout at the rental house. These days I actually own more gear and most of the time it is picked up at my house, but there are some odd or small jobs where I still have to put up and load up.
    Charles Papert


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    My remark, just to be clear, was totally tongue-in-cheek and not meant to be taken seriously or certainly derogatory toward Charles choices' in vehicles - which I personally think are solid.


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    Worst vehicle ever for holding gear? My 77 Ferrari. I don't remember the circumstances as it was a few years back, but it was the only car around and we had to take it to a political shoot. Two seats, two people, and as much gear as you could possibly stuff into a Ferrari, which isn't very much. I will say we did get to the shoot quickly. ;)
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    I do dearly love shooting without my own gear (or having my gear stored at the studio). Any time I can just ride the motorbike into work with nothing more than my meters? That's a good day


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