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Director: Jamie Isaia
Cinematographers: Andreas Von Scheele and Stephen Blaise
Resolution: HD
Format: Quicktime/Flash

This piece was presented by FLY16x9 as part of the premier of The MoMA MiXX Dance Party hosted at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on September 26th. During this historic event, MoMA transformed their lobby into a giant dance floor and the walls of the Atrium were filled with large scale video projections including this film.

The Brevis MP.2 imaging bundle with flip module was utilized for this piece.

User: Pacific Pictures
Resolution: HD
Format: Quicktime/Flash

This is a one of a kind love story thriller hyrid, produced by Kevin Shahinian of Pacific Pictures.

The piece utilizes cinevate’s Brevis MP.2 Adapter and Titan Swing Away Matte Box. All post was done in Adobe Production Premium CS4

User: stillmotion
Resolution: HD
Format: Quicktime/Flash

The piece was produced by stillmotion and cinevate for a DSLR rig contest.

The entire paintball shoot was conceptualized, shot and cut within about 10 hours.

The piece is all MKII, 30P, shot with the steadicam flyer, pilot, cinevate dslr rigs and pegasus heavy lifter, 16-35 f2.8, 24-70 f2.8, 135 f2, 24 f1.4. All grading was done with native FCP filters in FCP.

User: Kevin Shahinian
Resolution: HD
Format: Quicktime/Flash

Kevin Shahinian of Pacific Pictures has an attitude of utter commitment and passion for his work..and it shows once again in this industry changing piece.  Cinevate’s Ballare Dolly, Pegasus LTS system, and the Brevis35 MP.2 (mounted to a Canon XH-A1 camera) were used in various combinations to provide amazing production values in what is essentially a one-man show.  This is the second Pacific Pictures piece to grace our demo section and from what we’ve seen, will definitely not be the last.  Right click the graphic to download the H264 version, or here, to stream the flash video directly.  If you’ve found us via your iPhone, you’ll want the Ipod version.  Kevin recently attended Cinevate’s “Open your Aperture” event in Thunder Bay and left us with a legacy that will simply change the way you think about event cinematography.

User: Austin Flack
Resolution: HD
Format: Quicktime/Flash

Every now and then we come across a piece that strikes us simply with its message.  This promo was shot on location in Liberia, Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa in the winter of 2008 using a Sony-EX1, a Brevis35 adapter, and Nikon lenses. It was produced for the non-profit Pray With Africa which celebrates African leaders who are tackling development issues in their own communities.  More of Austin’s work can be be found at his web site.

User: Kevin Shahinian
Resolution: HD
Format: Quicktime/Flash

Kevin Shahinian of Pacific Pictures was the creative mastermind behind this “Bollywood” style piece.  It was projected (Hollywood debut style!) for the first time at Neil & Jigna’s 11.29.08 wedding in Orange County, CA., and has seen over 2000 plays at Vimeo in a very short time.  Kevin found himself on the cover of January’s EventDV magazine where you can read more about the piece.  The visuals, story and audio simply blew us away.  Turn up your speakers, then click the screen grab to download the iPod friendly encode, or here, to stream the flash video directly.

User: Homer Liwag
Resolution: HD
Format: 720p H264

This promotional video was filmed at The Islands of Copperfield Bay - quite possibly one of the most secluded spots on earth, yet with every possible luxury you could imagine. The spot was intended to present ongoing renovations on the Island (a steady transition from the original, colorful Bahamian look to a South Seas Tropical style. Visit TheIslandsofCopperfieldBay.com for more info!  The entire piece was shot with the Brevis and Flip unit, CINEFUSE 1Le, CINEFUSE 2Le, Proteus Rails, and Cinevate Matte Box.  Camera:  Sony FX-7, Nikon 17-35 2.8, 50mm 1.4, Tamron 90mm 2.8.  Cinematography, editing by Homer Anthony Liwag with Aimée Reich assisting.

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User: Patrick Moreau
Resolution: HD
Format: 720p H264

We’re not sure, but this may be the world’s first wedding shot entirely on the Brevis MP.1 lens adapter.  The crew from Stillmotion.ca shot this stunning piece in Mexico in Dec 2008 using several Sony EX1 cameras, our Zeiss lenses, and included full adapter use on the Steadicam Flyer LE.  Our forum discussion on this topic is located in this forum thread. The behind the scenes clip can be found at the Stillmotion Blog.

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User: Piotr Skowrownski
Resolution: HD
Format: Quicktime MOV

Winner of the People’s choice award in it’s first festival showing, “Undertow” was written, shot, and directed by Piotr Skowrownski in Thunder Bay.  Using professional actors, and a crew of 18, the film was shot over 9 days using the Panasonic HVX200 and our vintage LOMO OCT19 cinema lenses.  Behind the scenes, interviews and the like can be found in this forum thread.

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User: Patrick Moreau
Resolution: HD
Format: Quicktime MOV

Many of you are already familiar with the folks over at www.stillmotion.ca This is without question one of the finest behind the scenes pieces that we’ve ever seen.  Aside from the fact that it was shot using our Ballare dolly system and several Brevis MP.1 adapters, it’s a stylistic rendering of just how much is involved in putting even a short marketing spot together.  Once again the Stillmotion crew have raised the bar for this genre of work.

User: Chip Lay
Resolution: HD
Format: Quicktime MOV

Shot on the little Canon HV20 at 24p, this piece was done for the clothing outfit “Southern Proper” for their fall 08 collection.  This forum thread discusses Chip’s workflow capturing full 1920x1080 from the HV20 via HDMI to a MacBook Pro.  Simply outstanding grin You can find Chip over at www.hybr-id.com

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User: Patrick Moreau
Resolution: HD
Format: Quictime MOV

This clip represents all that’s good about digital media.  Bare video camera on steady cam, Brevis35 adapter footage, and some amazing stills.  The Stillmotion blog is becoming a hip and trendy place to hang out.

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User: Cris Mertens
Resolution: HD
Format: Quicktime

Cris Mertens used the HVX200 and Brevis35 to shoot this short film in Florida.  Shot as part of his film studies, Cris discusses the piece at length in this forum thread.  This version runs 12 minutes, compressed down to a 200MB file.

User: Thomas Colett
Resolution: HD
Format: Quicktime

Ted Chung and James Yaun shot this beautiful piece using the little Canon HV20 and the Brevis35 using our CINEFUSE1 imaging element. Their lens adapter was equipped with our very first Pentax K lens mount (thanks Thomas!), but they swapped a few Nikon lenses in there too.  It is well worth the 75MB download.  You’ll find more information on the piece in this forum thread. A Thousand Words was selected by Vimeo as one of the top 25 videos of 2009! Congrats guys.

User: Jon Wolding
Resolution: HD
Format: DIVX AVI

Directed by Pete Guzzo, this film was shot by our own Jon Wolding, with Sean Michael Davis filling the director of photography role. A review of the Ghosts of Ybor website reveals several other award winning films from this crew.