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  1. For about 5 years now I've been trying to extract as much as possible, image-wise, out of each of DJI's Mavic "foldable" drones. I think the Mavic 1 was a good start but the 8-bit color could be fairly tragic, especially with reds. The mavic 2 really upped the game allowing for shooting in both D-Log and Hybrid Log Gamma, both in 10-bit. I've been playing with the Mavic 3 Cine for a few months now with is 4/3rds sensor and ability to shoot Prores HQ, what are your thoughts?
  2. Hey guys check out some of my favorite shots from this summer! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3nMNsaYGAE Hope you enjoy! Taylor
  3. FOR SALE Cineflex V14 Aerial Camera System With Sony HDC-F950 Cinealta HD camera with Canon 11 x 4.7. Lens MOTIVATED SELLER!!!! CONTACT BARBARA NOW FOR A GREAT DEAL!!! tEL 843-554-7811 Will Listen to All Reasonable Offers! YOU CAN CHANGE OUT CAMERAS AND & LENS AND STILL SAVE A LOT OF MONEY! Includes FAA approved (with STC paperwork) Helicopter mounts: Bell Jet Ranger,Bell Long Ranger,Eurocopter AS-350 (A-Star) ,Eurocopter & AS-355 (Twin-Star) helicopters. Camera gimbal Electronics box and laptop controller Shipping and Pelican cases All required interconnection & power cables The Cineflex V14HD is the ultimate gyro-stabilized solution for aerial filming. The V14 HD is a multi-axis coordinated gimbal control system that provides layered isolation, steering, and fine correctional movements to stabilize a wide selection of precision optics to a sub-pixel level. The V14 HD is the only gyro-stabilized camera system to enable the user to interchange lens confiurations in the field. All gimbal and camera functions are remotely controlled from a user-friendly laptop. The camera operator can control rate of pan, tilt and roll. The integrated Sony RM-B750 “paint box” allows detailed control over exposure, gamma, and frame rates. Advanced users can access the internal camera menus for extended modifications and service. This system is represented to be in excellent condition and is 100% operational with no issues. Some minor wear is visible on laptop controller and helicopter mounts from normal use. A flash drive is included which contains various schematics and wiring diagrams, which would help make this an ideal candidate for conversion to a 4K camera. Full documentation and manuals for the Sony camera are also included. This system was used on numerous TV shows, commercials, and movies. The photos show the components of the system and show it mounted on various helicopters and vehicles, none of which are included in this sale. International Buyers please note: Export of this Cineflex V14 system is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State, in accordance with International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) (22 C.F.R. 120-130) or a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce, in accordance with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) (15 C.F.R. 730-774).(2) U.S. law prohibits the sale, transfer, or export of items to certain restricted parties, destinations, and embargoed countries, as identified on lists maintained by the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the U.S. Department of Treasury. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to be aware of these lists, which can be found at the applicable U.S. Government websites. By proceeding with any transaction, the Buyer certifies that the Buyer will not engage in any unauthorized transaction involving the export of this Cineflex V14 system to any restricted parties or destinations. By proceeding with a transaction to purchase this item, Buyer certifies that he/she will comply with all requirements imposed by all applicable laws, regulations and administrative policies. This system is offered for sale only within the U.S.A. to a U.S. citizen or U.S. registered company.
  4. Hello Cinematographers, We are pleased to announce that with all the new regulation being pushed by the FAA, Xizmo Media is one of the few professional aerial cinematography companies with an FAA 333 Exemption. What does this mean? Directors/producers no longer need to worry about the legalities of the business. Xizmo has the most experienced pilots and aerial cinematographers. We are the highest rated in customer satisfaction on hireuavpro.com Feel free to have a look at what our customers have to say about us http://www.hireuavpro.com/item/xizmo-media-productions/ We are determined to bring the high production value shots to your project capable of carrying cameras all the way up to RED and ARRI. If you have any questions regarding our service, please give us a call at any time. Thanks! Edward Kostakis Xizmo Media www.xizmomedia.com 516-315-5195
  5. Dear Cinematography Community, Was hoping to get some good feedback on the style of shooting and feedback on the cuts. Please let me know your thoughts, as I am trying to pitch this new concept to the general public. I shot and cut this for a motion picture composer and want to make sure it has a cinematic feel: Thank you, Shaun Khan Aim Higher http://www.fd1.com
  6. I am a Partner in a company called Aerial MOB, which specializes in aerial cinematography using hi-tech, remote control aircraft. A majority of our work is in the commercial production and sports areas, but we are recoginzing that more and more feature film markers are very interested in our capabilities vs. the alternatives of jibs and full size helicopters. Does anyone have any advice on how to reach more cinematographers that may be interested in what we bring to their productions?
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