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Aerial Filming Services Johannesburg & Cape Town | South Africa

Posted by Rover on April 2, 2014 at 5:50 AM

Have a look at our new aerial fliming system with some unqiue features:


·      Upto 150km/h filming speed.·      Chooseto either use one of our aerial camera operators or feel free to get freetraining* when booking our rig and shooting your own shot!·      Forthe first time, Canon DSLR with live HD focus during recording·      Step-lessiris control for smooth exposure changes during shots·      Safetyfirst approach·      CapeTown and Johannesburg based teams·      Threeaxis brushless gimbal·      Wi-Ficamera control·      FullHD viewing with playback as standard


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77TF5hiXseM&feature=youtu.be" target="_blank">Watch Video Here

Timeslice shoot in London for Boohoo Clothing

Posted by Rover on January 20, 2014 at 4:35 AM

 

Moving into international waters, we were very excited to complete a timeslice job for Boohoo clothing in at Park Royal Studio's in London. Our 40-camera rig is now fully digitally integrated, allowing for almost instant playback on selected sequences for director and agency review.




 



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Sun International Ad

Posted by Rover on November 7, 2013 at 1:00 AM

Sun International boradcast their most recent ad shot on the C500 and featuring a casino timeslice shot by us at the end.

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Timeslice Cinematography Technical Tip of the Week #1

Posted by Rover on November 5, 2013 at 2:20 AM

The Difference Between an F-Stop and a T- Stop:

F-stop (most often used in photography) refers to the ratio of aperture (the size of the opening at the front of the lens that lets through light) to focal length (measured in mm), regardless of actual light transmitted. But all lenses absorb a part of the light passingt hrough them (as light gets refracted and passes from the front of the lens tothe film plane, and the amount being absorbed varies from lens to lens).

 

T-Stop is used as a standard for cinematography. This refers not only to the size of the opening of the lens, but in fact to the amount of light that finally reaches the sensor or film plane. Since all lenses absorb some light, the T-number of any given aperture on a lens will always be greater (less light transmission) than the f-number. For example, a lens with f-stop 1.2 can have a t-stop of 1.3,meaning a small portion of the transmitted light has been absorbed by the lens' glass elements.

 

The better the quality of the lens, the closer the T-stop will measure to theF-stop.

 

RED Scarlet available for rentals - Johannesburg & Cape Town

Posted by Rover on November 1, 2013 at 1:50 AM

The RED Scarlet - X has been added to our rental outfit  and is available for hire. The Red Scarlet X has the ability to capture 5K stills and 4K motion. It can record 4K REDCODE raw at up to 30 frames per second. Fitted with a 14 MEGAPIXEL MYSTERIUM-X™ sensor, it is available with a PL or EF mount and has project frame rates of 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 47.96, 48, 50 and 59.97. Call us today to arrange a demo or to book. Jono 076 190 3452 / [email protected]





Drone now flying with the RED EPIC Johannesburg - Cape Town - available for hire in Johannesburg, Cape Town, South Africa- Aerial Cinematography

Posted by Rover on October 11, 2013 at 2:15 AM

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Launching into the skies in our aerial cinematography division is the new drone / octocopter available for daily rentals carrying the RED EPIC. The drone is available for commercial and feature film shoots throughout South Africa and internationally.


Contact Jonathan for more details on pricing and a show reel of the drone flying 076 190 3452 / [email protected]

Designer Gert-Johan Coetzee collaborated with photographer Nicole Phillips for a fashion timeslice

Posted by Rover on October 11, 2013 at 2:10 AM

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Designer Gert-Johan Coetzee collaborated with photographer Nicole Phillips on creating South Africa's first time-slice fashion shoot. Using garments from his brand-new Autumn/Winter 2014 collection and starring celebrity friends Bonang Matheba, Thando Hopa and Christina Storm, the video was created using 40 cameras... and even a drone helicopter for specific angles. See what happened behind the scenes...

5D shooting RAW video available for rental Johannesburg & Cape Town

Posted by Rover on June 27, 2013 at 3:55 AM

Canon 5D cameras, which shoot RAW video (25 fps) now available for rentals in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

Up until now the Canon 5D mk iii has been performing well below its actual capacity. With a new hack that is functional on our cameras, you are now able to shoot RAW on this camera which has been said to rival the footage from many of the higher end professional cameras. RAW substantially increases the resolution and dynamic range of the 5D. Call us today for more information on renting thisitem.

 


Drone / Octocopter now available for rental: Johannesburg and Cape Town

Posted by Rover on June 5, 2013 at 3:40 AM

Timeslice Photography now has a drone / octocopter which iscapable HD video (5 d mk iii or similar) available for daily rentals. Add a little bit of magic to your production with this incredible and versatile cinematography tool. It has all the advantages of a steadi-cam, techno crane and low aerial shots combined into one. Included in the daily rental is a wireless full HD feed from the camera as well as the ability for the Director or DOP to control the camera’s movement while the camera is in the air.  Give us a call today for more details.Jono 076 190 3452 or email [email protected]

Below is a very low resolution video of the drone in action, please contact us for a high resolution link to view full quality footage.

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