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We shot all of the aerials with a Canon 5D MKIII and a Canon T3i (just about a 50/50 split) & a CineStar 6 and 8. The ground footage was...
Part of an ongoing project for 2013 with the city & visitors bureau...some of these shots appear in our showreel, but this is the project they...
Indeed he did...I think he also may have been concerned about the extra weight that the external power supply might add to the rig... ;)
Anyone else concerned about the fact that you'll have to connect external power to this camera if you're planning on using it for more than 90 mins??
Lucky duck! Chase is incredible!
A collection of clips shot with our Cinestar 6 & 8 over the past year.
Ah, yes. The Power lead gets rubber banded down to the battery once the batteries dead so that we don't try to use a dead battery. There are...
Yeah...it was a while back, but the copter was fine. Had to buy a new GPS, Navi, and deep 6 the lipo.
I learned a few lessons while testing a 5s lipo on my Cinestar 8 without telemetry...I'm not going to go into details, so let's just leave it at...
What do you think about that camera overall, Jeff? Does it beat dealing with a 5D MKII or III and a heavy 16-35mm?
I've seen it in action...it'll be well worth the wait.
Sure thing. I haven't had any trouble with it thus far.
I have mine mounted on top of the center plate on the open section next to boom #5 (the back boom). In the photo below, I'm using a...
Fantastic! That'll save some time for sure. Thanks man!