Free Movi M5, life is great!

Discussion in 'MōVI Showcase (Photo/Video)' started by Tim Joy, Jun 8, 2014.

  1. Tim Joy

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    For the very first time I have put together a compilation that uses 0, nill, nada, NO post stabilization!
    This is the movi M5 that my buddy Dan won in the first drawing of Freefly NAB giveaway! We have been blessed and so happy to use this incredible piece of engineering in our daily work, and it has upped our game in a big way.
    I really want to have a burn and smash ceremony for the old DIY brushless gimbal that gave me so many sleepless nights and headaches on location. :)

    The ski footage in this demo was from our very first day with it. Hope you enjoy.

     
  2. Gary Haynes

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    Nice job Tim.
     
  3. Tim Joy

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    Thanks! We have so much more fun flying these days.
     
  4. Adam Paugh

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    Great compilation highlighting the versatility of the rig. Was that all shot in the Green Mountain State?

    Greetings,
    Adam
     
  5. Drew Kachurak

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    Love the foggy farm shots! Great job Tim!
     
  6. Tim Joy

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    Thanks, Adam. Yes, this is all Vermont. So nice to finally have everything so GREEN. And being warm helps too. :)

    Thanks, Drew- we flew earlier when the fog was so think that the whole copter and gimbal got condensation on it, and visibility was very bad. I got up high enough that my lights were just barely visible. I was hoping to punch through the fog but it didn't happen.
     
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    Wonderful shots Tim! You must be amazed by the pan performance of M5 after time consuming Alexmos :)
     
  8. Tim Joy

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    I'm amazed at every axis! :)
     
  9. Justin Marx

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    Really great stuff!! What camera/copter are you flying?
     
  10. Tim Joy

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    Thanks Justin. The ski shots are GH3, and everything else is the Blackmagic Pocket cam. FLying a custom setup heavy lift Cinestar X8.
     
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    Quotes like this keep the team at Freefly going Tim! Thanks!

    Tabb
     
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    Maybe we could have a bonfire at NAB next year....
     
  13. Tim Joy

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    That would be one helluva toxic bonfire. I'll bring a mask.
     
  14. Dave King

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    Tim I always have loved your work. Were you shooting in 60 frames? What camera?
     
  15. Tim Joy

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    Thanks, Dave! The ski shots were 60p on the GH3 conformed to 24, and everything else is the blackmagic pocket cam at 24p, some at 30p conformed to 24.
     

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