Here's a list of gear available for your shoot. Easily scaleable, and easy to stand on it's own or blend in with what you might have. See below for an overview.
Lots of options for monitoring. It can't replace a dedicated VTR operator, but can ensure plenty of folks can see what's going on.
Flanders BM210, 21" monitor with stand support
Transvideo Stargate, 7in daylight viewable, onboard proxy recording
Transvideo Starlite HD ARRI, 5.5" daylight viewable OLED, onboard recording
Small HD 702, 7" Handheld
Small HD OLED DP7, 7" Handheld
Small HD superbright DP7, 7"
TV Logic WF 057, 5.7"
Wireless Follow Focus
Man, It seems like not too long ago wireless follow focus was just for steadicam, and unique situations. Now it's become part if how we operate. I've got a few options for you.
ARRI WCU4 with Focus, Iris, Zoom control. Works with Amira, and any camera with Dtap power using the AMC-1
Bartech [Digital] single channel.
Bartech [Analog} single channel. (works with Gzoom)
Same as follow focus. Wireless video can help us on set.
Teradek Bolt 1000, with 1 TX, and 3 RX.
2x Long range RX
1x Sidekick 2
ARRAY antenna for noisy environments
Teradek Bolt 300
Works great when all you need is basic wireless on a budget.
Primes and zooms. Modern and vintage. I think all look great, and have strengths for most shoots.
Canon Leightweight Cinema Zooms
CN-E 15.5-47mm T2.8 L S
CN-E 30-105mm T2.8 L S
Both lenses are 4.8lbs, great balance of quality and flexibility. Matching specs means fast lens changes when you need to.
EF and PL field changeable mounts mean they fit with any of the camera kits.
Leica-R Vintage primes
EF mount converted, with focus gears, declicked, and 80mm common front.