TIMESLICE CINEMATOGRAPHY


CAMERA EQUIPMENT RENTALS, TIMESLICE RIG, AERIAL CINEMATOGRAPHY AND MOVING CAMERA PLATFORMS

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PRODUCTIONS WE HAVE PROUDLY BEEN A PART OF:

In terms of camera tech on the drones we have it all: two fully rigged aerial teams which can include equipment such as - Arri Alexa Mini (2 in-house, PL and EF mount), RED Epic Dragon (PL and EF mount), Canon C300 mk ii (PL and EF mount), Movi M15, Arri wireless focus WCU4, filtration, Anamorphic lenses. The FreeFly Alta allows for the ultimate use of creativity allowing the camera to be mounted under the aircraft or above it "Sky-view".

 

A one-stop solution for any film shoot which requires dynamic,track-free camera moves.

Our extensive rental outfit caters to a wide range of technical requirements and budgets. Specialists in track -free camera moves, we have a solution for all camera moves from aerial drone work, all terrain tracking vehicles to roller-blade tacking tracking which is able to work in extremely tight spaces and challenging environments which are not accessible to tracks, ensuring smooth camera movement even in the trickiest environment.  Timeslice Cinematography is able to supply you with an all-in -one solution from cameras, gimbals, camera operators to van hire or is able to supply items for dry hire as well.

Timeslice Cinematography is also a leading supplier for 35mm stills special effects such as timeslice or bullet time rigs. We have an in-house 40 camera timeslice rig capable of instant USB download and shot review within minutes of a take.Timeslice Cinematography has shot for many local and international productions such as: Landrover USA, Peroni, Mercedes Benz, Reb Bull, Nikon, Canon, Virgin and DHL to name but a few. Multi camera and special effects stills have been shot for a number of well known international and local clients such as Philips, PPC Cement, MTN, Vodacom, Cell C, Talk Talk,  Sony Japan - FIFA World Cup Final, Discovery, South African Airways, Yaris.

 


Left: A recent commercial shot using roller-blade camera tracking and precision drone piloting.