Here are some shots taken with the cinevate atlas 10. I don't usually have much time during a wedding to film a behind the scenes so I set out today to capture a few shots that I felt made the Atlas 10 a little unique. The fact that it is VERY smooth upside down is a great plus as well as it's molded round feet. Keeps the furniture and floor from being scratched ;). The pulley system of the fully loaded Atlas 10 for vertical shots is very handy as well and allows you to get a bit more creative while doing a vertical slide.
Please note : The audio was NOT muted for this film so the noise you hear is the actual noise that the auto audio mic picked up. VERY quiet compared to the Atlas 30! It is mounted on two soft chairs via the ball legs mounted upside down so keep that in mind when looking for sturdiness of shots. The 50mm lens also magnifies any type of movement. ;)
Filmed by just myself with:
Canon 5Dmk2 with Zeiss 50mm on the Atlas 10
7D with Zeiss 35mm on the tripod
For a more detailed write up on my experience using it for the past month + some pics, check out the blog : colourcraftmedia.com/blog/?p=281
The first video ever posted of an Atlas 10 along with pictures and a comparison against other sliders / linear tracking system : colourcraftmedia.com/blog/?p=228
If you'd like to see more shots taken with the Atlas 10, follow these links :
1) colourcraftmedia.com/blog/?p=267 (Bride's dress reveal)
2) colourcraftmedia.com/blog/?p=271 (Ending sequence in the love story was all Atlas 10 and another Bride's dress reveal in the SDE)
p.s. If you're curious what happened to the dress in this film, satisfy your curiosity : colourcraftmedia.com/blog/?p=72
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