There’s been a TON of excitement over the MōVI (and clones are appearing regularly) and there have been a couple of behind the scenes videos with the MōVI that I know you’ll want to watch.
Will the MōVI be the ground breaking (dare I say “game changing” LOL) device that some have said it would be? The second video below sure makes a good case for changing the way people shoot and think about shooting some scenes. I’m still not convinced it is the device for every shot, but then again, I’m not making movies all day, every day with a team… since I tend to be a single shooter, it doesn’t make a lot of sense for what I do yet.
Burton presents [SNOWBOARDING]
From Mark Cernosia:
Mark here from Burton Snowboards. I’m the in-house video editor and wanted to pass along the link to our teaser for our new snowboarding web series, “Burton Presents.. [SNOWBOARDING]”. We shot the intro here in Vermont on RED Epics using the MoVI. It was a great project and rendered some great results!!
This fall, Burton presents [SNOWBOARDING], a four episode web series highlighting the riding in four distinct environments: Backcountry, Street, Resort, and Women’s. Featuring the riding of Jeremy Jones, Mark Sollors, Mikey Rencz, Jussi Oksanen, Danny Davis, Mark McMorris, Mikkel Bang, Kelly Clark, Hannah Teter, Ethan Deiss, Zak Hale, Kimmy Fasani and more riding in locations all around the world. Dropping every two weeks starting 9/13, the videos will be available to download for free on burton.com/snowboarding and snowboarding.transworld.net.
Behind the Scenes
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the intro to the new Burton Snowboards video series, coming this fall. Filmed on the RED Epic using the Freefly Systems MōVI, this film gives you a closer look at how the MōVI is changing the way people are making films.
Another MōVI behind the scenes
The Arborlight – MōVI on the Set
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the short film “The Arborlight”. Filmed on the RED Epic using the Freefly Systems MōVI, this film gives you a closer look at how the MōVI is changing the way people are making films.
Cameras: RED Epic, Canon 5D MKIII
Lenses: Canon Cinema Prime 24mm, 50mm
Monitor System: SmallHD DP4 (onboard), SmallHD AC7 (remote)
Remote Follow Focus: Redrock Micro Remote
Wireless Video Downlink: Teradek Bolt
So what do you think?
Has MōVI shown it is the ground breaker that some people say? Sound off in our forums!
(cover photo credit: snap from the video)