#TennisInCuba: A look at the video equipment that's coming to Havana

by: Brad Kallet | April 18, 2017

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Throughout this week, Tennis Channel will be in Cuba to document an unprecedented transformation of the country's National Tennis Center. From Havana, we'll receive dispatches from the producers, videographers and reporters that are helping tell one of the sport's best stories.

Camera operator Alfredo Garcia is armed and ready—with video equipment, of course—to capture the progress taking place in Havana this week. In the segment above, he provides a brief overview of what he’s taking on the trip. With a full arsenal of cameras, cases, card readers, lenses and monitors at his disposal, Garcia is prepared for a myriad of circumstances and opportunities in an effort to bring you the story in the most compelling and informative way possible.

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