My goodness, 2014 was loaded with so much going on that I didn’t have much time to write about it. We completed some major threat avoidance films, purchased and tested a LOT of gear, and made some major shifts in how we work. Here’s a quick look at the year in review, starting with our conversion to a fully 4k-capable workflow from acquisition to edit to render out. Let's take a look, shall we?
This piece of kit I reviewed about a year ago, and since we have used it on shoots across the country as well as right in Boston. I usually put a loaded C100 or even C300 on there, which I realize is a bit silly, but the shots stabilize well in post.
This gear is an absolute must have for anyone dealing with a light (under 10lb) camera who wants dynamic jib shots easily. I mount it on a trusty Miller Solo DV tripod and take it to most shoots.