SHOTOVER, IGI & Phase One Industrial Selected by Top Aerial Photographer Antoine Rose

SHOTOVER, IGI & Phase One Industrial Selected by Top Aerial Photographer Antoine Rose

Visit the IGI Stand C1.038, Hall 1.1 at INTERGEO Expo in Berlin, Germany September 26-28 to See the Industry-Leading SHOTOVER F1 Camera Platform Featuring Dual Phase One Industrial 100MP Aerial Cameras Supported by IGI.

LOS ANGELES (September 25, 2017) – SHOTOVER, the manufacturer of high-performance stabilization platforms, announced today the sale of a SHOTOVER F1 camera platform to world-renowned aerial photographer, Antoine Rose. Known for pushing the boundaries of still photography, Antoine will utilize the SHOTOVER F1 with a payload that features dual Phase One iXU 1000 aerial cameras for larger format photography, delivering pristine clarity and ultimate resolution. The integration (based on IGI DigiCAM components) was substantially supported by the high-end engineering work from the German geospatial company IGI (Integrated Geospatial Innovations).

Antoine, a self-taught artist, has worked with a multitude of top international brands, traveling across the world to capture stunning images that have been commissioned for global advertising campaigns. His clients include the New York Museum of Art and Design, Tiffany & Co., LVMH, and the Atlanta Falcons.

“I have spent several years researching stabilization equipment, and the SHOTOVER F1 camera system stood out due to its perfect horizon, flexibility and superior 6-axis stabilization, allowing me to focus on getting the shot,” said Antoine Rose. “The integrated solution from IGI with the Phase One Industrial 100MP sensors deliver phenomenal images with unsurpassed clarity.”

SHOTOVER continues to be chosen by the world’s top artists, broadcasters, and production companies. Including SHOTOVER’s recent selection by top European aerial production company Samcam Film and news broadcaster KABC, the most watched television station in Southern California. The company has also partnered with top international sports management, marketing, and media company Dorna Sports, the exclusive commercial and television rights holder for the FIM MotoGP World Championship Grand Prix.

“The F1’s open platform design and unique integration capability allows for the flexibility Antoine requires to achieve his artistic vision,” said SHOTOVER CEO, Brad Hurndell. “We are honored to have been selected by Antoine and look forward to seeing the masterpieces he creates with the system.”

Philipp Grimm, CEO of IGI said, “The IGI systems have been proven in challenging environments around the world for the last four decades. Working together with Phase One Industrial and SHOTOVER makes it a smart solution, which supports Antoine perfectly for his projects. Beyond the photography field, this solution will break down the cost of different geospatial applications!”

“The integration of Phase One Industrial high definition, 100MP medium format aerial cameras within SHOTOVER solutions, illustrates how our customers can achieve an unprecedented combination of stability and outstanding image quality,” added Steve Cooper, Vice President of Sales for Phase One Industrial. “These solutions enable challenging surveying or movie projects where a very flexible and vibration-free gimbal is required.”


SHOTOVER is a developer of high-performance camera systems and UAVs for the motion picture and broadcast industries. The company’s line of gyro-stabilized camera platforms offers aerial cinematographers an unprecedented level of stability, control and versatility in a compact package easily configured for 2D, 3D and Ultra HD shooting with the world’s most advanced cameras and lenses. Developed in partnership with the motion picture industry’s top aerial cinematographers, SHOTOVER systems are fully user upgradeable, allowing operators to utilize new professional cameras, lenses, and accessories as they come to market. SHOTOVER is online at

About IGI – Integrated Geospatial Innovations

IGI is one of the world's leading geospatial companies and conducts business worldwide. IGI’s customized concept provides modular, durable and easy to use turn-key solutions offering high end quality at the best possible accuracy. This ensures that our customers achieve sustainable and smart geospatial solutions. IGI is online at

Phase One Industrial is online at

About Antoine Rose

Over a period of twelve years, Belgian photographer Antoine Rose developed a fresh, new approach to aerial photography that resulted in the critically acclaimed “Up in the Air” series.  His photographs create an impressive body of work that invokes a glorious harmony of abstract and figurative elements. Rose has masterfully captured the scenes from our dreams, allowing us to experience life anew, to perceive the world from above and take in the view. His work can be found in the permanent collection of the MAD museum in NYC, Tiffany & Co, LVMH and was recently the only Belgian artist commissioned to produce artworks for the new Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Antoine Rose is online at  and on Instagram at