- Keeping your toolbox busy. McGoldrick, Paul // Broadcast Engineering;Sep2005, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p104
Discusses the importance of recording tools for directors of motion pictures and television production. Choice of progressive or interlace scanning and a choice of aspect ration with square pixels; Types of recording tools commonly preferred by producers; Film quality of photomechanical process.
- AR Rig Facilitates Smooth Movement. Calhoun, John // American Cinematographer;Nov2005, Vol. 86 Issue 11, p52
Describes the utilization of the MK-V Alien Revolution (AR) camera-stabilization system in the filming of the motion picture "Rent" in the U.S. Capability of the AR rig to offer the height ability of a small jib arm; Ability of the equipment to move between spaces and people; Drawbacks...
- Stabilisation for the '90s. Di Giulio, Ed // Image Technology;Jan/Feb1992, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p23
The article discusses the advantages of using steadicam. It was initially considered as a cost saving method for replacing dollies and other movable camera support systems, however, due to the research and intensive engineering efforts made for image stabilization of film, steadicam prove its...
- Movie tech whiz DiGiulio dies. Crabtree, Sheigh // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;6/8/2004, Vol. 384 Issue 11, p4
Edmund DiGiulio, who developed the Steadicam, worked closely with director Stanley Kubrick and was one of the motion picture industry's most influential technological innovators, has died. DiGiulio died Friday at his home in Malibu after a long battle with congestive heart disease. He applied...
- CIRQUE DU SOLEIL SPANDS IN THE DRONES. // Model Airplane News;Mar2015, Vol. 143 Issue 3, p92
The article offers information on the use of computer-guided quad copters in shooting a film. It informs that the Disney film Fantasia is cinematographed with a real life human actor performing with several computer-guided quad copters. It also informs that the system uses computer guided...
- Flying High. Harrison, Robert Render // American Cinematographer;Dec2004, Vol. 85 Issue 12, p98
Evaluates the Steadicam Flyer rig which intended for motion picture cameras weighing up to 15 pounds. Specifications; Design; Appraisal of the Flyer by experienced Steadicam operator and cinematographer Kevin Braband; Cameras ideal for Steadicam use.
- Useful Arm. Holben, Jay // American Cinematographer;Dec2004, Vol. 85 Issue 12, p100
Evaluates Noga's Holdt tri-jointed arm system for mounting motion picture cameras. Specifications; Available sizes; Mounting accessories.
- Solid Ground. Holben, Jay // American Cinematographer;Dec2004, Vol. 85 Issue 12, p101
Evaluates Bogen's Manfrotto 519 Pro Video Head and 542 ART tripods for film cameras. Specifications; Design; Ease of use.
- Expanding Your Orbit. DeRuvo, James // Videomaker;Sep2006, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p29
The article provides information on different camera support equipment including the Steadicam Ultra2 camera support, the Indie Dolly Systems Universal Dolly and the Manfrotto Fig Rig 595B camera support.