SHOTOVER G1 Captures Solar Eclipse of 2017
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.
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.