- Power Supplies. Batteries or main connection cables.
- Video Tapes. Take four or five for a day's work, although it is unlikely that you will complete this much of shooting.
- Camera Support. Take a Tripod and other camera accesories as required.
- Microphones. A boom or shotgun mic should cover most situations, but take a unidirectional cardioid mic as well if you have one. A lavalier, clip-on mic will help with close-ups, or if you want to exclude other noises when recording dialogue.
- Lights. If you only have one lamp, make sure its a powerful keylight such as a Redhead.
- Monitor. If you want to be sure that the film you are shooting maintains the highest technical standards throughout, consider using a monitor, a small television hooked up to show what you are recording.
You can of course, carry a lot more stuff four your shooting according to your requirements. The things I have mentioned above are only the basic shooting equipment required.