1. gojibpro introduce


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    The camera jib system consisting of a carbon tube... Video equipment introduction and resources. www.gojibpro.com

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    • Seamus McGarvey Interview with Blind Spot Gear


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      A fantastic interview with one of the worlds top Cinematographers Seamus McGarvey http://imdb.to/1gga2d6 known for films such as 'Godzilla', 'Atonement' & 'We need to talk about Kevin'. Talking to Blind Spot Gear www.blindspotgear.com we talk about starting out, the craft of movement and how budgets can direct your choices.

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      • Seamus McGarvey checking out the Scorpion Lights


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        scar nominated Seamus McGarvey DOP of Gozilla, Atonement and Pan gives his first opinions of the Scorpion Lights.

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        • The Scorpion Set, Get Two Free


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          For a limited time only you can get 2 free lights with the Scorpion Set.

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          • Blind Spot Gear - Crowd Cube Investment Pitch


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            Crowd Cube are proud to present Blind Spot Gear. Watch this exciting pitch to find out more about this dynamic company working in a fast moving glamorous industry. Lighting for the film industry has never been so accessible. https://www.crowdcube.com/blindspotgear https://vimeo.com/125203078 - Scorpion Light Review http://nofilmschool.com/2015/07/practical-light-primer-how-practical-lighting-bring-cinematography-to-life

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            • RED Alert!


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              RED Digital Cinema's new store opening in Miami's Wynwood Arts District. www.imagyn.com

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              • The Airport TakeOff Rolling Camera Bag by Think Tank [Review]


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                I’ve learned from experience that disorganized gear leads to frustration. Frustration combined with what I’ll call inaccessibility leads to lack of use. Think of technology. The harder it was to access, the less likely we were to use it. These frustrations eventually lead to Think Tank, a company that specializes in organization, protections, and accessibility of camera equipment. I stopped using my camera gear because of the disorganization, frustration, and inaccessibility suffocated my desire to create using this equipment. It was easier to just pull out my iPhone. It is easier to just Google something rather than going to the library and looking something up in a physical book. Yes, easier, faster but people still go to libraries. The relation isn’t totally fair or equal, but my point is I stopped using what wasn’t at my fingertips because it wasn’t easy. And to not use thousands of dollars of nice camera gear is just plain stupid! What is also stupid is the fact that it took me so long to find/use/get this organization system. The Airport TakeOff Rolling Camera Bag by Think Tank has fueled my desire to use my camera equipment again because it has become easy. I used to have three-four camera bags where I would stash my camera gear. Now, it’s all consolidated into one place and that one place is very organized. The Airport TakeOff is packed with features, built with quality and is a pack that everyone with loads of camera gear should have. Not only are the features on point, this bag meets US domestic and international carry-on standards. After you roll through the airport halls and arrive at your destination, simply conceal the roll-mode handle, unzip the back panel, pull the comfortable backpack straps out and you’re ready for any adventure that you may find yourself in. The interior design of the TakeOff allows for copious amounts of camera equipment and different ways to configure the padded divider tabs (don’t worry, this bag comes with plenty of dividers). While it takes some playing with and a little bit of time, you can organize your gear however you want. Don’t lose hope, you will figure out a way to fit everything in there in a way that makes sense! Think Tank doesn’t waste any space and on the inside front panel, there are slightly expandable pouches that hold batteries or any other small miscellaneous parts. In addition to these pockets, there are two zippered pockets on the outside. I fit my memory cards in one pocket and then an I.D. card in the other. The front panel on the exterior of the pack fits a 15” (and some 17”) laptop. I have a 15” and there is enough space that even if I had my computer in a thick, padded case, it would still fit. Think Tank has created some amazing camera organization systems that are innovative, effective, and built of quality. Whether you need something for everything, a daypack, or small organization systems, Think Tank should be the first place you look. *We are honored to be a part of Think Tank's Affiliate Program which benefits our readers and followers!!! Receive FREE shipping and a FREE gift (with every order over $50.00). All you have to do is head over to www.thinktankphoto.com/affiliate, enter code AP-975, add your product(s) to your cart, pick your free gift, and submit! Links The Airport TakeOff Rolling Camera Bag: http://goo.gl/lX4pVp More gear reviews: http://goo.gl/hFJ5lB

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                • Practical Lighting - Candle Light


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                  Blind Spot Gear demo how you can emulate the light affect coming from candles. To view more tutorials and examples of the Scorpion Light go to blindspotgear.com

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                  • Blind Spot Gear - A Conversation about Practical Lights


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                    Billy Campbell a director of Blind Spot Gear speaks with his father Douglas Campbell a veteran Cameraman with nearly 40 years experience under him about the pitfalls, issues and importance of the practical lights.

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