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#1 Philipp Kunzli

Philipp Kunzli
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Posted 24 May 2018 - 03:02 PM

Hey everybody

 

We're in preproduction for a feature film and start shooting in 3 weeks.

I'm wondering if anybody has any experience with a KS-8x8 Gyro on an Amira with a light Highspeeds-lens?

 

Our plan is to mount the camera on a "hanging system" on the back of a pickup and shoot a following car. Our prefer leans is a 50m, the street is straight and we drive around 30km/h...

 

What you guy think, Is the Kenyon KS 8x8 strong enough for this set up, and is it going to "flatten out" any "bumps" and shitter? (It seams there are no 10x10 or 12x12 in Germany for rent...)

 

 

Thy you guys for your thoughts. 

 

Philipp

 

 

 

 


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