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Best of NAB – Nokia’s VR OZO Camera

Best of NAB – Nokia’s VR OZO Camera

One product that was totally new this year at NAB — VR Cameras.  The Nokia OZO had by far the best integration for a camera you can purchase for a whopping 60 Grand! Bookmark it to Stumbleupon, Digg, and more! Hide...

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Sharks Beware! We Now Carry Gates Underwater Housing Products

It’s been a big month for us with Gates Underwater Products.  First, we were sent this awesome frame grab of Great White in action by our colleague Mark Reid, Underwater DOP, with our Gates Underwater Products Deep Dragon Housing. Shot in Guadalupe last month. ‪ Next, we attended Gates Deep Dragon underwater housing event at Red Digital Cinema Camera Company with legendary Underwater DP Andy Cassagrande.  It was nice bumping into Mike McGowan, DP, who is also certified to shoot with this awesome tool! See Andy’s work and bold story here. We also had Underwater Director of Photography, Alex Jaramillo prep the Gates Deep Dragon housing this past week at Moving Picture Rental for a shoot in South Florida. Hopefully no Great Whites will join the party!! The Gates DEEP DRAGON Digital Cinema Housing is designed for Red Digital Cinema’s EPIC DRAGON camera — with 6K lines of resolution, more than 16 stops of dynamic range and native 2000 ISO — DEEP DRAGON offers exceptional handling of challenging underwater lighting conditions. Based on Gates sibling DEEP EPIC, new accessories are added to the DEEP DRAGON kit including collapsing Tripod Legs; Light Bar for mounting ULCS, TLC or other light arms; and Shade Extensions for the RED PRO External Monitor housing. Bookmark it to Stumbleupon, Digg, and more! Hide...

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Faces Behind The Camera – Brett Frey

Faces Behind The Camera – Brett Frey

Capturing some of South Florida’s well-known film professionals in action — from DP’s to producers to food stylists to makeup artists — we are bringing a series of insightful portraits as photographed by David Wells. We begin with Brett Frey. Brett has been at this for over 30 years. He has the patience of a saint. Portrait shot with a Canon 5D Mark 2, Zeiss ZE 50 MM at F1.4 at Moving Picture Rental for an Alexa check out. Bookmark it to Stumbleupon, Digg, and more! Hide...

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Moving Picture Rental Offers DP’s Custom Case Integration

Moving Picture Rental Offers DP’s Custom Case Integration

Mike McGowan, Director of Photography came in for a C300 and Zeiss CP.2 prime rental camera checkout — part of a much bigger shoot hopefully in Miami to come!  We offered up a custom case integration with back packs and hard cases on wheels for Mike’s shoot to minimize checked baggage and add ease-of-use on set as Mike was not shooting in Florida.  We also provided a lite panel Bi-color 1×1 kit.  We packed light-weight extension cords, flex fill, matte box and Red Rock follow focus. After the job wrapped Mike McGowan commented, “ The whole set up worked great, client was super happy, everything rocked!” See Mike’s work at www.miamidp.com Bookmark it to Stumbleupon, Digg, and more! Hide...

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NAB 2015 : David Wells on iKan’s TiltaMax Wireless Focus System with ProductionHub.com

NAB 2015 : David Wells on iKan’s TiltaMax Wireless Focus System with ProductionHub.com

ProductionHub.com interviewed Dave Wells on several products that he found worthy at NAB 2015.  Ikan’s Tiltamax was a contender.  It’s wireless focus, iris, and zoom control system [fiz] complete with touch screen, and detachable zoom control encased in metal and wood combine to produce this product winner.  For more information or to rent the Ikan Tiltamax Wireless Lens Control System call Moving Picture.     Bookmark it to Stumbleupon, Digg, and more! Hide...

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NAB 2015: David Wells on Freefly’s Innovative MōVI Mimic with ProductionHub.com

NAB 2015: David Wells on Freefly’s Innovative MōVI Mimic with ProductionHub.com

Dave Wells was interviewed by ProductionHub.com on several products that stood out on the floor at NAB 2015.  The Freefly MōVI Mimic was one he couldn’t pass up.   When the MōVI first debuted in 2013, camera operators used a remote and a joystick. Freefly’s Mimic changes all that — they added a bar with two handles and a gyroscope attached to a wireless transmitter to send the operator’s kinetic movements to the rig. For more information or to rent the Freefly MōVI Mimic call Moving Picture. Check out the demo here:   Bookmark it to Stumbleupon, Digg, and more! Hide...

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