First Light Video DVD: Pedestals, Jibs & Camera Lights

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First Light Video
First Light Video DVD: Pedestals, Jibs & Camera Lights
Key Features
  • With David Butler from Ste-Man
The Pedestals, Jibs & Camera Lights DVD by First Light Video focuses on how to go shoot when you have to go up vertically using jibs, and touches all issues that may arise. This 37 minute DVD is part of the Digital Filmmakers Training Course.
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First Light Video FDCT-ONCM Overview

The Pedestals, Jibs & Camera Lights DVD by First Light Video focuses on how to go shoot when you have to go up vertically using jibs, and touches all issues that may arise. This 37 minute DVD is part of the Digital Filmmakers Training Course.

Learn about jibs, axes of motion and use techniques.
Teaches use of on-camera battery operated lights in low interior illumination situations when you can't raise ambient light level or use studio lights.
Learn filter accessories and battery systems and chemistries to match.
Covers the ease of use of a studio pedestal with a vertical pneumatic lift.
Learn bleeding excess pressure, maneuvering and operation.
In an underwater or part water shot, learn how to use an underwater bag.
Learn how to mount and operate the popular PAG Orbitor body mounted system, when you don't need or can't afford a full steadicam.

DVD Teaches

  • Studio Pedestals
  • Compact Jibs
  • On-Camera Lights
  • Dichroic Filters
  • Diffusing Eye-Lights
  • 3-Wheel Dollies
  • Battery Chemistry
  • Underwater Bags
  • Body mounted systems
  • And much more
DVD features motion menus & instant-access chapter buttons.
UPC: 709629099944

First Light Video FDCT-ONCM Specs

Runtime 37 Minutes
Packaging Info
Package Weight1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7 x 5 x 2"
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