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Collaborative Innovations with Freefly Systems MōVI

Collaborative Innovations with Freefly Systems MōVI

November 24, 2014

by Shane Hurlbut The MōVI has always been seen as a trick shot device, one that could be hooked up to a rope, lowered out of a window, passed off and then run down

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Freefly’s MōVI vs Steadicam

Freefly’s MōVI vs Steadicam

November 21, 2014

It’s clear to see that most people in the video production industry have now seen or heard of the groundbreaking MōVI M10, the 3 Axis Gimbal designed and manufactured by Freefly. The question on

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Dreamin’

Dreamin’

March 24, 2014

Dreamin’: Behind The Scenes March 12, 2014 Jacob Krupnick We got up at 4:30 in the morning to prepare for our first shots amongst the commuter rush outside Penn Station. It was 10 degrees

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Two Pretty Amazing shots with the MōVI and the RED Epic Infra Red in 5K

Two Pretty Amazing shots with the MōVI and the RED Epic Infra Red in 5K

January 23, 2014

Yeah – the one that you never forget, even though it never happened… Outside of “killing your babies” in filmmaking parlance (translation: editing out your favorite / gorgeous shots in favor of what’s best

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Steadicam

Steadicam

November 13, 2013

by Katherine Oostman I was looking through last years posts. I never wrote about attending the Steadicam workshop exactly a year ago. I never told you what it was, who I met, and why

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Transcend the technology

Transcend the technology

November 4, 2013

William B. Demeritt III October 21st, 2013 Filmmakers have warned of the “death of film” for a long time, even before I got started in the business. Rather, I think back then, film wasn’t

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What is a camera operator?

What is a camera operator?

June 18, 2013

William B. Demeritt III June 12th, 2013 I think I started in film school wanting to direct. As time went on, I realized I was missing a great many skills required of a director,

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Seduced and Abandoned – “The Little Rig That Could…”

Seduced and Abandoned – “The Little Rig That Could…”

June 13, 2013

Cannes. A name that instantly evokes imagery of sunny beaches, fabulous wealth, and of course movies. Lots and lots of movies. It is the home of, arguably, the most legendary, certainly the oldest, film

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Indie film and Kickstarter: Survival in the time of the celebrity pet project

Indie film and Kickstarter: Survival in the time of the celebrity pet project

May 6, 2013

William B. Demeritt III May 3rd, 2013 In the 1994 movie “With Honors”, Montgomery Kessler (played by Brendan Fraser) decides to completely rewrite his senior thesis after realizing the negativity and cynicism with which

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Who will be left?

Who will be left?

March 8, 2013

William B. Demeritt III February 25th, 2013 I promise, I’ll write my next blog post about operating camera. However, for this one, it’s about the Oscars and the industry. Today, social media is abuzz

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