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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Hugh Bell, Jun 29, 2012.
Hi Alison. Im an Op / Technician fully equiped in Argentina.
Hi everyone, I'm a DoP working in the UK and I need some advice......... I have a single long take project I'm preping and think that the Movi Pro could be the answer, with some concerns. During the film we travel from a burning building into a vehicle out and then back into it, travel through the city and then arrive on a large set for a further 30 mins run time. I can see the need for the move to be in various modes such as hand held with the mimic, supported from a easy rig, carried and possibly on a steadicam. There are also two rope descents. Can any one reasure me that the Movi can do this and if it's possible to go from Mimic to, I assume having the pan locked, to the the easy rig/steadicam? My producer and director do not want hand held but I'm worried that the Movi is putting in a large dose of uncertainty.
Any advice would be very gratefully received!
My Name is Dalton Cruz and i may be out of my league here with my small GoPro but i've been filming things for years and never thought it would take me down this road. I've started sharing my content and seems i am going in the right direction, i hope soon to upgrade my gear and make this dream a reality thanks for having me.
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I'm not sure all of us started small with a GoPro, but I suspect many of us did. So welcome anyway.
Do remember that this is a technical support forum for Freefly Systems customers, though.
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Hello everyone, I'm new to here, look forward to hearing from all the member's advices as well as experienced tutorials.
My name is Button, work as a camera assistant as well as Movi operator, thanks for all practice suggestions and experienced knowledge.
Button welcome to the forums.
Would you be kind enough to change your user name to your real first name and last name, please? The reasons for this (and how to do it) are explained here: http://forum.freeflysystems.com/index.php?threads/real-names.497/.
Hello all... I am happy to finally be part of the Movi community. I have a Movi Pro Bundle and a Steadicam Steadymate 30 system and am now learning how to make it all work. Most of my work is corporate and the clients love the Movi.
I am Dr. Tahir Yaqub from Sydney Australia. I am a drone pilot and enthusiast. I have a website for like-minded people. I am looking forward to enhance my knowledge of aerial imagery using drones.
I for got to mention my website:
Hello! My Name is Chuck Gleason, from Katy, Texas (suburb of Houston). Got into flying Mikrokopters to shoot watersports videos at events we hosted over the years. I've also shot some golf courses. Link to videos I've done (some are flying, some aren't). https://vimeo.com/barefootcentral
Hi, My name is Scott Armstrong. I'm from Kennewick, Washington. I work for a TV station and do some freelance work. I have been making commercials for over 33 years. I bought a Canon 5D MkII the year it came out and later got a Canon C100. I enjoy doing commercials and projects with the more Cinema look. I just purchased the MoVI M5. I hope to step up my game and produce even better looking projects. I like to learn and expand my abilities. I'm new to the MoVI, but I got a chance to use one for a few minutes at an Alex Buono seminar a few years ago. I recently got interested in the MoVI watching some videos of Parker Walbeck and Devin Graham. I'm excited to see what I can produce.
Simon from Poland here. I'm chief engineer in EKSTRAKLASA LIVE PARK - host broadcaster of the Polish Football Prime league. I have implemented a camera cart based on custom RC car and M15 gimbal carrying our GV LDX-C80 camera with Canon HJ14ex4.3B lens. The gimbal is controlled with the Movi Controller, and the video and data are transmitted with Vislink transmitter/receiver.