Introduce yourself.

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Hugh Bell, Jun 29, 2012.

  1. Juan Lima

    Juan Lima New Member

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    Hi Alison. Im an Op / Technician fully equiped in Argentina.
     
  2. Simon Butcher

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    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!
     

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