posted on Apr, 8 2013 @ 05:54 PM
Originally posted by Hellhound604
reply to post by imd12c4funn
the stabilizer is only part of the evolution in cinematography. The other part is replacing those huge old movie cameras with much smaller digital
cameras, like SLR's, yet having higher quality, and if that is not enough, the SLR cameras is a lot more sensitive to light than the old film
cameras, so we don't need to use the electricity of a small town just for lightning.
This is freakin' awesome!
We've got Canon 5D's with some Canon C3002k/C5004k coming soon
so I have no problem with that $15k price tag...It shows how much
stuff has dropped in price. Our 5D setups was less than $12k when
we bought them but especially remember a time when Sony Digital Betacam
cameras STARTED at $55,000 and went on up from there after you added the
$12,000 Fujinon lenses. I also remember a time when a multi-axis Gyroscopically
stabilized WESCAM system was $600,000 so this DSLR stability system
is a REALLY BIG DEAL!!!!
I want THREE of these Movi's So I can put them on our drone!
for a 6000 pixel by 1080 pixel wide panoramic movie.