Parody 50s Mental Hygiene Film "Losing the One You Love"
Title: The Breakup Film
Prize: Bogen 700RC2, 756BK Video Kit ($404)
Producer: Bobby Miller, Newfield, NJ
Camcorder: Sony DCR-VX2000
Editor: Adobe Premiere 6.0
The Breakup Film is a parody of 1950s-era instructional film on "Losing the One You Love". The use of black and white really helps to set off this very funny video, which includes such disparate things as a rabbit with surgical bandages, a floating clock, and self-deprecating voice-over talent.
It’s easy to get smooth, breathtaking footage with a brushless gimbal, but balancing them can be a bit tricky. In this video we show you how to set-up, balance and operate the Argo 3-axis gimbal from Came-TV. Leveling and balancing takes time, but with patience and a steady hand, you’ll be ready to capture smooth and, precise free-floating stabilized camera shots. #AD
Are your low angle shots shaky, uneven, lacking variety, and just not up to the quality standard you’re okay with? Whatever it may be, we’re going to show you some tips on how to get better low angle shots, with a Benro Hi Hat. Low camera angles are fun, can look very professional and don’t require a lot of expensive equipment. Getting good camera angles will add variety and that always makes editing easier and a good hi-hat like the Benro makes sure your shots are consistent. #AD
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There are always lots of new lenses announced at NAB every year, but this one was truly special. Most of us can’t even afford to rent some of the lenses on the show floor, let alone the camera to use them. Canon’s Compact Servo 18-80mm T4.4 is the exception. While the $5,225 price tag is nothing to scoff at, it’s a steal when compared to Canon’s other EF servo zoom lenses, which approach $30,000.
An optional add-on to the Compact Servo 18-80 is a zoom rocker grip.
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