The Flat Earth: Behind the Tech featuring the SHOTOVER F1
See how Ty Evans and Ghost Digital Cinema used the SHOTOVER F1 during the filming of The Flat Earth.
See how Ty Evans and Ghost Digital Cinema used the SHOTOVER F1 during the filming of The Flat Earth.
Darkening the skies from Oregon to South Carolina on August 21st 2017, SHOTOVER Technicians JP de Lespinois and Alex Gappa captured one of nature’s most awe inspiring sights with the SHOTOVER G1 - a total solar eclipse.
CineJet™ was developed to address the growing demand to shoot high-speed objects for television, feature films, high-performance photography, scientific research, and commercial OEM aircraft marketing. The SHOTOVER F1 used by Helinet on CineJet™, is specifically tailored for the unique capabilities of the jet platform, providing incredible dynamic range and unsurpassed 8K image quality at elevated speeds exceeding 350 knots and during maneuvers approaching 3G’s.
Pursuit Aviation, a cutting edge aerial cinematography company, has partnered with Hinton Jr. to document the epic flight with a SHOTOVER F1 RUSH camera system. This state-of-the-art 6-axis gyro stabilized camera system and setup has been specifically customized for shooting objects at over 350 knots and under heavy G-loading.
Shot with both the SHOTOVER F1 & SHOTOVER G1 using ARRI Alexa Mini
Produced by Aerial Perspectives with Irmin Kerck & Jiaxi Chen
SHOTOVER Tech - Charlie Dowson-Park
Pilot - Maurizio Folini
Music by Ebenhaezer Smal
Beautiful colours by Stephan Kuch
Camera Operators - Irmin Kerck and Roman Müllegger
FlyCam Australia utilizing the SHOTOVER G1 on the FlyCam Point to Point cable camera system to provide live coverage of the 2016 Supercars Bathurst 1000. Reaching speeds in excess of 100KM/H along a cable run of approximately 500 meters, the SHOTOVER G1 allowed the aerial package to remain lightweight while still bringing amazing stability and the reliability needed for covering the 4-day race weekend.
KABC-TV is using the SHOTOVER F1 LIVE system with an optional moving map upgrade from Churchill Navigation to power SkyMap7.
As the exclusive commercial and television rights holder for the FIM MotoGP World Championship Grand Prix, Dorna utilizes their SHOTOVER LIVE system during all live broadcasts of MotoGP races, providing fans with pristine views of the top racers.
At NAB Show 2017, SHOTOVER presented SHOTOVER G1 Giveaway winner Stephen McGee with a SHOTOVER G1, Fujinon 20-120mm Cabrio XK lens, RED EPIC-W 8K S35 camera, a Flowcine Black Arm Complete, and a Wipster Pro Team Account, all of which valued together at over $145,000, making the package the biggest grand prize awarded in NAB Show history! Now the real journey begins as Stephen starts his training with this unprecedented prize package...
The SHOTOVER F1 chased Aniela Gottwald through the desert testing out the RED 8K Vista Vision with Leica Thalia primes.
Credits: Colt Seman, CW Sonderoptic, Leica Thalia, RED 8K VV, SHOTOVER, Small HD, Tempt Media, Ultimate Arm
Greendoor High Speed and PDG Helicopters got down and dirty with the SHOTOVER F1 to capture this fast-paced footage of rally cars at 1000fps using the PhantomFlex4K!
Watch as Alpine Aerials shows off the aerial filming capabilities of the SHOTOVER U1.
Vertical Limit Aviation shows off some of the beautiful scenery of New Mexico with their SHOTOVER F1 in this short demo reel.
SHOTOVER is truly honored to receive a 2017 Technical Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society of Camera Operators for the SHOTOVER K1.
KABC-TV is using the SHOTOVER F1 LIVE system with an optional moving map upgrade from Churchill Navigation to power SkyMap7. Fully integrated into the F1 LIVE, the state-of-the-art moving map system enables in-air reporters to quickly identify ground locations and addresses during fast moving assignments via location-specific video overlays.
Located on the West Coast of Norway in Aalesund and Oslo, Orange Aerial is a high end provider of SHOTOVER systems in Norway. Orange Aerial can offer the SHOTOVER F1 and in cooperation with Motion Air, the U1 and G1.
Aerial film crew Motion Air based in Norway shows off the SHOTOVER F1, U1 and G1's range in their new showreel.
Motion Air provides drone and helicopter aerials in the Nordic region.
SHOTOVER G1 drive out with the amazing Pagani Huayra.
-SHOTOVER G1 gimbal
-Flowcine Blackarm shock-mount
-RED Weapon camera
-Angenieux Optimo 16-40mm lens
-Schneider ND filters
Video Courtesy Of Alpine Aerials
With a deep background in aerial filming, CoyotAir / Habock Aviation Group based in Spain (Madrid & Barcelona) shows off its SHOTOVER F1 in this demo reel.
Configured with Arri Mini and Angenieux 25-250 HR
See how the SHOTOVER family works and plays together to sustain a thriving environment where creativity and innovation are key. We also take a look back to see how the SHOTOVER product line came together and what the future holds.
The F1 is in a class of its own when it comes to capturing pristine images that deliver the most intense you-are-there experience possible. The 2016 SHOTOVER F1 Reel features helicopter and truck mounted shots captured throughout New Zealand. Video directed & produced by Ty Evans’ new production company GHOST DIGITAL CINEMA. A big thanks to the whole crew and to HELIO & Company for the graphics.
The SHOTOVER U1 Launch Reel showcases the capabilities of the U1 with a cinematic tour of the New Zealand action sports scene. Video directed & produced by Ty Evans’ new production company GHOST DIGITAL CINEMA. A big thanks to the whole crew and to HELIO & Company for the graphics.
Go behind the scenes with Hawaii Camera as they capture footage for an upcoming car commercial. Shot on Alexa Mini + Angenieux Optimo 25-250mm Lens with SHOTOVER F1 and GripTech Australia VVI. Equipment by Hawaii Camera and Salt + Air Studios. Special thanks to Kelii Grace, DP for producing the spot.
The SHOTOVER K1 fitted with the Alexa XT & Angénieux 24-290.
SHOTOVER selected HD-Skycam as its first Authorized Service Provider based upon the company’s excellence in providing aviation solutions to the broadcast and motion picture industries, its technical capabilities and its strong service record across the entire European market.
Follow along with our Customer Service Manager, Dan Clapson as he demonstrates how to assemble a payload for the SHOTOVER K1.
Orange Aerial is based in Norway and provides aerial cinematography services to the motion picture, broadcast, and commercial markets. All the footage captured in this reel was shot using a RED Epic and the Canon 30-300.
Follow along with our Customer Service Manager, Dan Clapson as he demonstrates how to assemble a payload for the SHOTOVER F1.
Go behind the scenes with Peter Beeh and Aerial Film Australia as they capture aerial footage of the Tarkine Rainforest with the SHOTOVER K1. From Above was produced by Robin Kover.
SHOTOVER camera systems are designed and manufactured in Queenstown, New Zealand. Here’s a behind the scenes look at our amazing New Zealand team and facilities.
Go behind the scenes with our engineering team to learn about how the SHOTOVER systems were developed.
Demo reel shot and produced by Red Rental of Denmark.
A recent stability demonstration put together by the production rental company MovieBird Norway.
Vancal Cine uses one of their SHOTOVER systems to shoot aerial footage for the new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray commercial.
Developed by the most respected engineers, pilots, and cinematographers in the industry, the F1 sets a new standard for the world of aerial cinematography. The system was recently used to film the new Dodge commerical.
Vancal Cine uses the SHOTOVER F1 to capture aerials for the new Mitsubishi commercial.
SHOTOVER & Helinet Aviation's Alan Purwin is not your average pilot. He flies with a camera mounted to his helicopter to capture aerial footage for movies and television shows. Bloomberg heads to LA to meet Purwin and Aerail DP, David Nowell, to learn how they get those sweet shots. (Source: Bloomberg)
In part 2 of Variety's visit to Helinet Aviation and SHOTOVER, Variety's David Cohen reveals some of the tricks of the trade for aerial cinematographers.
Variety takes flight with SHOTOVER's team of Alan Purwin and David Nowell to get an inside look at how they capture stunning images for some of today's biggest action films.
A culmination of footage from all over the world highlighting the versatility of both systems. SHOTOVER F1 and K1 feature a groundbreaking modular design that enables operators to utilize multiple camera and lens combinations depending on their needs.
Vince Reffet and Fred Fugen break a new World Record by BASE jumping from above the pinnacle of the World's Tallest Building.
Brought to you by Dubai Film Production.
Music Licensed by The Rights Workshop
The SHOTOVER F1 has multiple helicopter mounting options including the Airfilm AS350/355 Single Pole and the 206/206L/407 G1 Nose Mount. The F1 can also easily be used on cable and rail systems, automobiles, boats and almost anything that moves.
The first trailer for the documentary: China from Above. Richtech is the first company in China to offer the SHOTOVER F1 system. RichTech is a production company producing films and documentaries with an aerial perspective.
Highlights from the Motion Picture Industry’s Most Versatile Aerial Camera System, the SHOTOVER F1.
The K1 is the only motion picture grade aerial camera system with no ITAR restrictions or EAR licensing requirements, allowing it to be shipped anywhere in the world without State Department approval.
SHOTOVER F1 offers unshakable stability, multiple mounting options and can accommodate a variety of camera and lens configurations.
The SHOTOVER K1 was used for aerials on the BMW i3 commercial in downtown Chicago. "The K1 worked great! 75% of the shot was looking straight down as we were flying in between the buildings.. it never missed a beat." Says Michael Franck of Helimotion.
The system’s modular design provides unparalleled versatility for both 2D and 3D shooting, accommodating cameras such as the Red Epic and Dragon, Arri Alexa (all models), Phantom Flex4K, Canon C500, Sony F55 and F65 along with a broad range of lenses.