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Cineflex V14 for sale

16 Dec Cineflex V14 For Sale

Cineflex V14 For Sale $52,000.00


Aerial Camera System With Sony HDC-F950 Cinealta HD camera with Canon HJ11 x 4.7. HD Lens

The Cineflex V14 is the ultimate gyro-stabilized solution for aerial filming. The Cineflex V14 is a multi-axis coordinated gimbal control system that provides layered isolation, steering, and fine correctional movements to stabilize a wide selection of precision optics to a sub-pixel level.

The Cineflex V14 is the only gyro-stabilized camera system to enable the user to interchange lens configurations in the field.

All gimbal and camera functions are remotely controlled from a user-friendly laptop. The camera operator can control rate of pan, tilt and roll. The integrated Sony RM-B750 “paint box” allows detailed control over exposure, gamma, and frame rates. Advanced users can access the internal camera menus for extended modifications and service.

This system is represented to be in excellent condition and is 100% operational with no issues. Some minor wear is visible on laptop controller and helicopter mounts from normal use.

A flash drive is included which contains various schematics and wiring diagrams, which would help make this an ideal candidate for conversion to a 4K camera. Full documentation and manuals for the Sony camera are also included.

This system was used on numerous TV shows, commercials, and movies.

Contact: Matt Trub 800.897.7637 or

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20 Aug Corporate Aerial Filming for Odfjell

Corporate Aerial Filming for Odfjell

, Aerial Cinematographer, with HDaerial Inc. was excited to be a part of the corporate aerial filming for the Odfjell production. Aerial footage was shot in December of 2013, using the new Cineflex Elite platform and Alexa camera. Thanks to aerial film pilot Bob Spradlin, much of the aerial footage was captured 60 miles offshore from the Port of Houston in the Gulf of Mexico. Nothing is more dramatic than a beautiful freighter at work in the middle of the ocean. The Cineflex Elite flawlessly captured men at work on the decks, a beautiful sunset with level horizon, aerials of the Port of Houston and downtown Houston. All of this corporate aerial footage was captured in one day. To accomplish this, aerial coordination with the ship’s crew, the ground crew, the client and the FAA were critical.

HDaerial excels at aerial coordination. Solid aerial coordination will make the difference between a really successful aerial project and a mediocre aerial project. HDaerial has identified qualified aerial film pilots and helicopters that can handle the proper gyro stabilized camera system for the job at hand regardless of where in the world the aerial job takes place. We coordinate with the production team all ground crews to be featured in the shot and those that are not such as refueling crews and staging crews. HDaerial also makes sure all permits and certificates of insurance are properly in place before take off.

The corporate aerial filming for Odfjell is a great example of how powerful and important aerial images can be to your corporate message. It takes team work to capture those aerial images. HDaerial brings a strong team to the table when hired to shoot aerial cinematography for your corporate video. HDaerial is a team you can count on to deliver the images you need to communicate your message.

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04 Aug Rolls Royce Trent 1000 engine

When you think of Rolls Royce, you typically think of a really nice car. Well, this job took us out to Tucson, AZ and it wasn’t a car we were shooting. We were hired by Rolls Royce to film the new Trent 1000 engine going through some of its testing paces. This engine is now considered the most reliable engine on the new 787 airplanes.

This was a 4 camera video shoot; 2 cameras on the ground covering take-offs and landings, 1 camera in a fixed wing jet flying along the side of the Trent 1000 engine and 1 camera mounted in a Cineflex V-14 on the nose of a Eurocopter AStar 350 B2. We were there for 3 days capturing all the footage we could of this incredible new engine technology.

This one took some coordination so we took Matt as Director of all Photography and aerial cinematograper, Richard Trub as Camera Operator on camera 1, we hired Holly Romero, a local Camera Operator to run ground camera 2, Mark McKenna as Camera Operator 3 in the Citation Jet, Steven Meckler as Still Photograper and Kay Trub as Producer on the project.

We have many years experience with aerial photography and aerial cinematography and use the best gyro-stabilized solutions for aerial filming. Contact us today toll free at 1-800-897-7637 for a free consult on your next project.

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