Helicam Aerial 4K Red Epic + Mövi M10 showreel

Discussion in 'MōVI Showcase (Photo/Video)' started by Ville Hyvönen - Helicam, Jul 17, 2014.

  1. Ville Hyvönen - Helicam

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    Little reel from our travels with custom built octocopter with Movi m-10 + Red Epic. Uploaded to Youtube as 4K, check it out if you can see the difference. :)

     
  2. Sam Leggett

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    That is a great showreel you have there Ville, really nice stuff! Just a quick question though... how do you get permission to fly over some of those more built up areas? So many clients want it, but its so hard to get permission!
     
  3. Ville Hyvönen - Helicam

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    Hi Sam, Required permissions depend lot on country and city and its the production companies that we work with that deal with permissions. For example all people you see in the reel are actor or extras and the shots flying in city top of cars, client was the city of Riyadh and we had our own "Police escort" to see that all is good :)
     
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    Ah wow, you are in with a good crowd! I hope we can find some clients of that calibre too sometime! First class stuff!
     
  5. Wayne Mann

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    Nice work and a great Reel. I notice in a lot of your clips that the horizon is rocking back and forth. I have seen that in several Movi Reels. Is that coming from a gain setting that isn't right? Just curious.

    Wayne Mann
    www.HeliCamHDmedia.com
     
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    When the stifness is not high enough for heavy cameras, you see that back&forth moves especially on roll and tilt axis. That's why the stiffness settings should be very well adjusted for each camera and lens. It is very important for aerial stuff.
     

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