MotoGP 2017-2018 Reel Featuring SHOTOVER
Showing off the live broadcast abilities of SHOTOVER camera systems with MotoGP
SHOTOVER is proud to debut the M2 EO/IR Multi-Sensor Camera System. Bringing many firsts to airborne ISR, the M2 Multi-Sensor system comes with SHOTOVER’s 5th generation, true 6-axis gimbal design and is the only EO/IR system that eliminates “gimbal-lock” and “horizon-rolling”. The M2 Multi-Sensor System features the latest in 4K Ultra-HD color and long life High-Definition HOT infrared technology for unprecedented day and night clarity and comes equipped with SHOTOVER’s next generation mission management solution with real-time augmented reality overlays.
The M1 features the latest in large format color sensor technology for unprecedented daytime clarity and revealing nighttime detail. Precision high magnification zoom optics outclass traditional spotter-equipped systems with superior 4K. Broadcast detail enabling greater stand-off distances during far reaching missions.
Watch as Gerald Gafner of SamCam tests out their new SHOTOVER M1 paired with the Sony P50 and the Fujinon UA46x zoom lens.
SHOTOVER recently visited Salt + Air Studios in Hawaii to have the team put the ultra-compact, 6-axis SHOTOVER B1 gimbal to the test while mounted on their jet ski. With the B1’s rugged 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum structure and ability to handle high speeds while mounted on this unique sea application, the results were nothing short of extraordinary.
Follow along with SHOTOVER Tech Nick Sprague as he provides a quick tutorial on how to set up your SHOTOVER Controller.
Mounted on Abc13 Houston and Helicopters Inc.'s Bell 505, learn how the SHOTOVER M1's cutting edge technology helps set this one of a kind ENG helicopter apart.
Watch as longtime SHOTOVER F1 owner Eric Everly of Tempt Media takes the B1 for a flight with Corporate Helicopters to experience this next generation SHOTOVER camera system for himself.
Hanging out of a helicopter with a handheld camera is a thing of the past for Industrial inspection! The SHOTOVER B1 is a turn-key helicopter camera system that reduces operator fatigue and opens opportunities for geo-referencing and automation to provide a fast and effective way to monitor and inspect powerlines and other utilities.
“Almost everything above water was filmed entirely with our SHOTOVER F1. We had stability, mobility and could keep our distance - and without those, this film would not have been possible." – Benjamin C Goertzen, Director of Chungungo: A Mentor's Tale. Watch the full short film above, nominated for the Emerging Talent Award at the prestigious Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, Sept. 21-27, 2019.
Go behind the scenes with some of the wIldlife filmmakers of the Emmy nominated series, Serengeti, as they showcase utilizing their SHOTOVER F1 filming in the adverse conditions of Tanzania.
Whether it be up in the snowy mountains, down in desert, or flying high in the air, watch as Tempt Media puts their SHOTOVER F1 to work.
With the versatility of the SHOTOVER G1 and F1, Cinematographer Bryant Lambert puts these systems through their paces to create exciting, engaging content for his clients.
The future is here. SHOTOVER is proud to premiere the official SHOTOVER M1 reel, featuring the newest member of the SHOTOVER line of gyro-stabilized camera systems. With an industry-leading 6-axis design, cutting-edge fifth-generation SHOTOVER technology, and an open platform design to accommodate the world’s rapidly changing camera and lens market, the SHOTOVER M1 continues the legacy of delivering the unshakable stability and unmatched look down capability customers have come to expect from SHOTOVER.
Flying through the air mounted on the DEFY Dactylcam Pro 48v, the 6-Axis SHOTOVER M1 captured fast, stable, action-packed shots of Vinnie Carbone and Justin Mulford showing off all their moves at the perfect location provided by @thatsteezykid! Want to find out more about the M1? Contact SHOTOVER at email@example.com
The SHOTOVER M1 took to the sky with SHOTOVER CEO Brad Hurndell and Dane Bjerno of Vancal Cine for its first North American flight, showing off the capabilities of this small and lightweight 6-axis gyro stabilized gimbal platform. Want to learn more about the M1? Contact SHOTOVER at firstname.lastname@example.org!