Orange Aerial Demo Reel 2016 Featuring The SHOTOVER F1
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.
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.
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.
“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.
See the iconic formations around Utah's Bears Ears from the perspective of the "cine-trike" featuring the SHOTOVER G1.
See how Ty Evans and Ghost Digital Cinema used the SHOTOVER F1 during the filming of The Flat Earth.
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
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
SHOTOVER is truly honored to receive a 2017 Technical Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society of Camera Operators for the SHOTOVER K1.