How to Set Up a Shot with the Kessler CineDrive

Kessler Crane

shows us how to make maximum use of the Kessler CineDrive for amazing footage:

John Shier of 45 North Films recently took CineDrive with him on a shoot for Nat Geo. John’s work often takes him to extremely remote locations where he must rely on only himself and the tools he can carry in to get the job done. Take a look at how John used CineDrive to capture breathtaking footage on his most recent journey to Alaska.
In this behind-the-scenes video, follow along as John explains how to set up a move in CineDrive.

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From the website:

Kessler CineDrive® is a revolutionary multi-axis camera motion control system that puts the emphasis on filmmaker creativity. Never before has any one system provided the power and versatility required to give users multi-axis control that is configurable enough to meet the needs of filmmakers in the studio and in the field as elegantly as CineDrive® does.

Bundles start at approximately $2,200.

One reply on “How to Set Up a Shot with the Kessler CineDrive”

  1. Wonder if John has heard the audio from Timothy Treadwell’s camera as he is eaten alive by a Grizzly bear.

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