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    A short surf film. Directed by Sean Mullens Cinematography by Sean Mullens Music by the Black Lips [Vini, Vidi, Vici]

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    • Waiting for


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      Waiting for … your love … your comments … your will to share ... or $ Tip this video And once the attention is big enough, we might show you part 2 Produced by www.filmaton.tv Directed by Rocco Menzel & Tobias Krettek Camera / Editing: Tobias Krettek Light: Rocco Menzel Music by www.antiqcool.co.uk Equipment: Canon + Glidetrack + Redrock Micro + Grass Valley Models: Thuy Duong, Ariane Hahnsch & Jessica Schmucker

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      • Redrock microRemote preview


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        introductory video of the microRemote wireless follow focus system, including microTape real-time rangefinder, basestation, and revolutionary microRemote with optional iPhone/iPod Touch visual interface. visit store.redrockmicro.com/microremote for more information and follow us on twitter @redrockmicro for updates.

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        • Gabriel's Journey to Yosemite


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          9-year old Gabriel had a wish to be a park ranger. When Yosemite got word of his dream, they stepped up to the plate, in a VERY big way. Watch it first, then look at the shoot details below. Shoot Details: My AC and I went up to Yosemite 1 day before Gabriel's wish to get establishing B-roll and to try and capture the magnificence that is Yosemite. For the interviews I used RedRockMicro's One Man Crew...a dream to work with. That same day we also shot an interview with the Mom and Gabriel. The wish day was a long one, starting early in the morning and ending early evening. Gabriel was a trooper. I had a second camera operator and sound guy on the wish day, to help with alternate angles since it was run-n-gun the entire day. Plus, I HATE doing audio! My sound guy had a new bluetooth wireless receiver thing that he wanted to try out on the MoVI since it weighs like nothing. It worked, like 10% of the time, so since I had NO other audio reference on my Epic, I had to manually sync everything in post! AHHHHH!!! Unfortunately there was a news crew from CBS who got priority access, got to ride in the vehicles with Gabriel, was always on scene first, etc. So we had to stay farther back and get what we could in terms of coverage. I was operating on the MoVI the entire day and stuck with a focal length of 50mm Zeiss Contax 2.8, since there wasn't really any time to do any lens swapping. I had 2nd cam fitted with my 80-200 f4 Contax. He had RPP's, but I wanted the look to be consistent, plus, the Contax are amazing!!! I had him on a monopod the entire day so the longer shots would be more stable, as opposed to hand-holding or shoulder-mounting. We all rode in my truck, so as soon as we would role up on a scene, Will would bail out of the car as quickly as he could to get some establishing shots/sometimes they had already started the next mini event. I would immediately follow with the MoVI. My AC was pulling focus using RedRockMicro's Micro Remote (performs flawlessly), while I was operating in Majestic Mode. Used my Cinemizers for framing, and Jason, my AC had a SmallHD AC7. I had Will shoot at around f5.6, while I shot between 2.8-4. We over cranked here and there for effect. Shot 5K WS at 8:1 compression. Edited and graded in FCPX. Gear Used: (2) RED Epic's MoVI M10 RedRockMicro's One Man Crew and MicroRemote Wireless Follow Focus Zeiss Contax Lenses Manfrotto Monopod for second camera Tiffen Vari-ND's For the 4K version of this short, please watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRl1cpR-eF8

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          • The New One Man Crew Motorized Parabolic Slider from Redrock Micro


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            84.6K Plays / / 117 Comments

            The One Man Crew is the first and only parabolic motion system available, designed to provide elegant cinematic movements while keeping the subject both in focus and stationary in the frame. Most importantly, it does this without any operator involvement. The 36” long track offers great flexibility and can set shorter limits for motion. The One Man Crew allows for camera speed change in real-time and manual start/stop/change direction with speed ramp up/down for consistently great footage. See the One Man Crew vs Dolly Challenge: https://vimeo.com/72302380 http://store.redrockmicro.com/OneManCrew

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            • DSLR Episode #10: $20 Dollar Shoulder Rig For HDSLR Use.


              from Caleb Pike / Added

              65.3K Plays / / 104 Comments

              UPDATE: I used this rig on a music video and it performed with flying colors. From high action shots to simple handheld it rocked: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcVw6dfD7E0 You can find the rig here: http://tinyurl.com/hdslr-rig -- Website: http://dslrvideoshooter.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/calebpike Facebook: http://facebook.com/pages/DSLR-Video-Shooter/110744922316715

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              • 5158.3 miles


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                On March 17 2012 Jessica and I set out across the country to chase down the colors in our dreams through fields and valleys, around rivers and cities, across mountains and deserts. Over the course of two weeks we covered 5158.3 miles, 17 states, 2 speeding tickets, we drove through a snow storm in the mountains of Wyoming, listened to M83, Appleseed Cast, Feist, Smashing Pumpkins, Tycho, Job for a Cowboy, Colour Revolt and the rest of our iTunes playlist about 20 times, heard Adele on the radio more than we care to remember, ate more gas station food than could ever be healthy, broke into Four Corners National Park and made out at the Four Corners in the pitch black desert night, and learned that the line between man-made and nature is blurrier than we had previously believed. Canon 7D 50mm 1.4 24-70mm 2.8 LS Canon Intervalometer GoPro (for underwater shots and for one set of time-lapse) Edited and graded in FCPX Music by M83 // Gone from their album Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts // http://tinyurl.com/7gxpxse

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                • 35mm Lens Adapters


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                  46.9K Plays / / 55 Comments

                  35mm lens adapters cost thousands to buy, hundreds to build, degrade the objective technical quality of your video and make your camcorder an entire magnitude more difficult to use. And they won't make your video magically look like film. Nothing will. On the other hand, by adding selective focusing options to small consumer camcorders, 35mm lens adapters have the potential to produce some absolutely gorgeous images. Do you need one? No. Do you want one? I know I do! * 2009 Telly Award winner - http://videopia.org

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                  • Mystic Knights of the Cobra - Text Messaging Slut music video


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                    44.7K Plays / / 41 Comments

                    HD 720p Aspect Ratio 2:35:1 Directed by: Christopher Poeschl Director of Photography: Greg Ephraim

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                    • Gone in a Flash


                      from Chris Crutchfield / Added

                      44.3K Plays / / 77 Comments

                      This is our entry that won us 2nd place in YouTube's Project:Direct Competition. It looks so much better in HD. ------------ Nonna and Grandpa (Joe) are fed up with an inconsiderate neighbor who allows his dog to "fertilize" their yard... So, Nonna comes up with a retaliation strategy. However, she decides her granddaughter, Maria, should take some responsibility around the house and be the one to execute the plan.

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