Filmed by FLoT and the BBC Global News crew, was shot entirely on the streets of New York City. It showcases the ease and speed at which the MoVI exists on set, in a moving taxi, while being controlled from another taxi.
Compilation of two days shooting Kronum with the MōVI M10. I was operating solo in Majestic mode.
The MōVI's stiffness settings were set low for the outdoor footage. The MōVI's stiffness settings were set slightly high for the indoor footage, introducing some minor buzzing. This information will help achieve even smoother results by fine-tuning the tablet GUI parameters.
I was responsible for the entire project: cinematography, photography, post-production, motion graphics, and color.
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Second day shooting Kronum with the MōVI M10. I was operating solo in majestic mode for the entire shoot. The MōVI's stiffness settings were set slightly high, introducing some minor buzzing. I was responsible for the entire project: cinematography, photography, post-production, motion graphics, and color.
During one of our Purple Light Sessions, we did an impromptu test shoot with the MOVI M10 and C100. In this video, we wanted to utilize the C100's low light capabilities and the stabilization from the MOVI M10 which we have rented for the day.
The video footage was shot at ISO 16000 at night time and was denoised with Neat Video's Denoiser and Color Graded with OSIRIS JUGO LUT and Colorista II.
We are very pleased with how the video turned out while using these expensive equipment. It was also our first time using the MOVI M10 and we felt we could have been more stable with more practice and having more time to properly balance our stabilizer. Nonetheless, the footage is definitely still usable in our opinion. We did not add any warp stabilizer in post as we want to show how the M10 fares for a first time user of the MOVI M10.
Over 100 Detroit police in the largest raid in 20 years arrived at a housing project on the east side of Detroit. The new police chief is in Detroit and he is organizing raids into every single housing center that has a lot of police calls with as many police as possible. Then at the end one of the arrested recognizes news anchor Charlie Leduff and says while in handcuffs, " I finally met you in person".