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Neumannfilms, recently uploaded a video that talks about his top 5 tools for cinematic camera moves. Cinematic camera moves are typically a must have when shooting any type of video and we are extremely honored that our CAME-TV 33ft. Video Crane is a part of this list!
The CAME-TV 33ft. Crane is a must have for shots that require a really tall and stylistic jib shot. With the crane being roughly 33ft. in length, you are able to pull off some incredible looking shots that can really boost the production value of your film. Although, the CAME-33ft. Video Crane doesn't come with any weights or a camera, it does come with everything you need to start filming. It comes with a pan/tilt head system + a controller, a tripod and dolly base, an external power pack and even a 7" monitor. The crane can hold cameras that are pretty heavy in weight like a RED EPIC, BMCC or even a Panasonic AG-HMC150 Camcorder.
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MrCheesycam, uploaded this detailed overview on the new CAME-TV ARGO gimbal were he unboxes, balances and goes through some of the operating modes. The camera he balanced on the ARGO was his Panasonic GH4 and Sigma 20mm f/1.8 lens.
All the motors on the brand new CAME-TV ARGO are equipped with encoders, which makes the gimbal perform more accurately and precise. It comes with a pre-calibrated 32-bit ALEXMOS board and a wireless joystick that you can control and switch to different operating modes. The ARGO comes with a hard case that can fit all the pieces of the gimbal and also the carbon fiber foldable stand.
Brandon Rice Films, shared this wonderfully shot video called "Adrienne + Sean - A Love Story", which was filmed with the CAME-TV Mini 2 gimbal balanced for a Panasonic GH4 camera plus a Rokinon 12mm lens.
The CAME-Mini 2 is an extremely portable gimbal that has a max payload of about 2.6 lbs. It's perfect for lightweight micro four-thirds/mirror-less camera setups, just like the setup that Brandon Rice Films used for this video. The Mini 2 comes with a padded carrying case and a balance stand, which can also fit in the case when it is broken down. Balancing your camera setup on the Mini 2 is made easy because it's completely tool-less and any micro balancing adjustment to the frame can be done practically on the fly.
Vimeo user, Media Collaboratory, uploaded this quick video of him grabbing some footage with his new CAME-TV Single gimbal. His camera setup was a Panasonic GH-4 with a Lumix G 14mm f/2.5 ASPH II lens and it was all shot in V-Log.
The CAME-Single is designed to be portable and easy to use with just one hand. It's completely tool-less, so that there's no hassle balancing or making minor adjustment while your camera is on the gimbal itself. There are two main pieces of the CAME-Single - the handle and the frame, both of which have their own padded cut out in the hard case. Having the gimbal in two pieces allows the shooter to be able to quickly break it down and bring it to different shooting locations. The max payload of the CAME-Single is about 2.6 lbs and can work with lightweight mirror-less camera setups.