These are the items I used in putting together my end-zone field camera. Although this was a do-it-yourself project, I wanted to use decent parts. Prices change all the time. Most times when using this setup, I only go about 15 ft at the highest for control.
You should make sure that before you purchase, you know what you are going to use for Video Output (HDMI, R/Y/W). The Lilliput monitors except many inputs.
Bescor MP101 Video Motorized Pan Head
This item is not needed. But the tilt is a huge help when at heights above 12ft. Has the 1/4" screw to attach. The controller is attached to tripod stand using a small Velcro strip.
8 Function LANC Remote Control for Canon
This item I was able to plug into my camcorder and control the start/stop rec. As well as the zoom in/out. This clips right on to one of the tripod legs.
Lilliput 7-inch LCD Monitor w/HDMI
This monitor will show me what I am video taping. This connects with an HDMI cable (below). And has a beautiful display output. The cover provides for a little shade protection from the sun.
Bosch BT160 Alum Quick Clamp Tripod
This item will hold the telescoping camera pole. It has a 2' diameter opening at the top. You can slide the pole into this opening and not worry about it tipping over. The camera pole will slide down to the top of the Tripod, with some adjustment the bottom of pole will hit ground.
ePhoto Articulating Friction Arm Small Super Clamp
This item I used to connect the mounting arm to the tripod. I leave this attached to the tripod, with the 11-inch mounting arm, and just loosen it so that it lies flat.
Camera Pole 621
You might be able to find one cheaper. Or make your own. But I choose this because it does what it says it will do. It is sturdy when extended.
Needed for the monitor below. This greatly extends the life of the monitor while filming. Be sure to order the correct item for the monitor you have.
To control the two cables coming from the camcorder to the monitor and LANC, use a branded cable sleeve. TechFlex makes a good 20 foot sleeve that works perfectly.
Bescor Motorized Pan Head 20’ Ext Cord
This cable attached to the Pan Head, and then back to the remote control. This runs along the pole, from the top to the bottom. This allowed me to control the pan and tilt of the Bescor MP101. Could use 15ft.
Varizoon 20 Ext Cable for LANC
This cable allows me to control the camcorder's LANC. It runs from the top of the pole to the bottom. Could use a 15 ft cord as well.
Mini-HDMI (Typ C) to HDMI (Typ A)
For my Canon G10 camcorder, this cable connected very easily to the Lilliput monitor. Your camcorder my have a different HDMI output. But this particular one is standard.
Fotasy MAC 11-inch Articulating Mounting Arm
I am able to attach the Lilliput display to the Tripod using this device. Sets-up the display so that it is easily seen by the person videoing.
ProAm USA 7" LCD Video Monitor Hood
This provides good protection from the sun to protect from the sun dimming the screen. Although I have a good spot that we shoot from, this does provide good protection on sunny days.
High Sierra Deluxe Double Ski Bag Ski Bag
This ski bag can contain all that you purchase. It it long enough to hold the poles and has room to fit everything else. I am not exactly sure what the weight of the total items are...but I would guess everything together is under 20lb. It is easy enough for our 110lbs manager to carry everything.
Water protection for the camera.
You can modify a plastic container to contain the Pan/Tilt device and the camcorder. Cut a small hole in the bottom for the screw. And cut a side hole for the lense of the camera.
Lanparte ASC-02 ABS Protection Suitcase
You can put all your stuff into a decent Ski Bag. But if you want to use something a little more organized, you can purchase this padded video suitcase. It is excellent for carrying around the camera, video monitor, and other items very easily. This can be configured for many different types of video cameras and equipment.