Combining 4K with 120fps A7SII, Friends from Aputure at Cine Gear
The Beholder DS1 made a great impression at Cine Gear 2016, we encounter many fans, and owners. Pictured at Cine Gear 2016 with DS1 owner Ted from Aputure, Sony A7SII 16-35mm FE Zeiss. Check out Aputure's amazing products such as the DEC, and Light Strom.
Our best of show at Cine Gear 2016 goes to Blackmagic Camera. Pictured at the Blackmagic booth Beholder DS1 with BMPCC and Beholder Support with Quick Release.
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Sit back and enjoy the purr of the ocean surf. Testing out mixing 4K footage with 120fps footage. Zoomed in at 16, 24, and 35mm. The stabilizer is in lock mode to get that parallax effect. The Sea Otter was filmed with a canon FD 200mm lens with a 2x converter, and a giant rock for a tripod. See more Morro Bay Sea Otters in 4k, https://youtu.be/GzIUeOoxfPA
Music by 1215 Music. Fever Pitch.
Warning! This video contains super long slow motions shots. Enjoy the extra detail! Watch for the formations and deformations of water and ocean foam. See a Seagull's wings pull into the air, watch him snack, discover the amazing mechanics of those wings turning into a soft landing airbrake. Also see one of the best ocean spray, Seagull crossover shots.
Testing out recording at 120 frames. Zoomed in at 16, 24, and 35mm. The stabilizer is being held inverted and is in lock mode to get that parallax effect. The operator is squatting, then rising up, and extending their arms up for a jib shot while the stabilizer is in lock mode.
Music by 1215 Music. Shadow Play. Check them out on FaceBook.
This video has nothing todo with stabilizers just everything todo with cutie furry Sea Otters. Enjoy them sleeping, eating, rubbing their little faces with their paws, swimming, and see a baby Sea Otter take a nap on mom's belly.-OwlDolly