FILMOFIS AERIALS LTD.company, has own Shotover K1 Camera Systems,that is the world’s first gyro-stabilized camera system for shooting aerial footage in Ultra High-Definition, Shotover,next generation digital video system announced earlier 2012.The Shotover system provides both 2D and 3D imaging capabilities and features a ground breaking modular design that enables operators to utilize multiple camera and lens combinations depending on their needs. Shotover delivers breathtaking, motion picture quality images in a package that’s portable, user friendly and flexible enough to allow aerial cinematographers to select the camera and lens configuration that best suits their particular shooting requirements ,and not just on a project to project basis, but on an actual shot to shot basis, which means a production can capture the footage it needs in a shorter amount of time than has been traditionally possible. “ Aerial cinematography is one of the few areas of the motion picture industry that has remained relatively unchanged for the past two decades, Shotover makes possible an entirely new model for aerial shooting, not just for DPs, but for producers, directors and production companies who are looking for a more agile system .the great team of investors behind this new product.”Shotover company founder John Coyle, who led development of the new technology, was previously the founder of Cineflex, LLC where he created the first ever high-definition aerial camera system, the Cineflex V14. In 2004,“With Shotover, we have achieved an even higher level of performance”.says Shotover founder Coyle.Cameras and non-export controlled sensors, this system provides the most flexible unit and highest quality image production available.Once you have had a chance to use our system we are sure you will be very satisfied with its performance and capabilities.

SHOTOVER K1 6 AKSLI GYRO MOUNT

Key Features:

  • 2D & 3D capablity
  • Multiple camera options
  • No Gimble lock,when you look straight down.
  • Windowless operation option. for more clear image without lens flare
  • Minimal restriction on helicopter airspeed or maneuvers
  • Auto or steerable horizon
  • Remote controlled polarizer and changeable filters
  • Shotover system much easier to rig and to ship around the world versus older platforms
  • ITAR free and is not subject to export restrictions.
  • Extremely low weight and strong carbon fiber structure
  • Low shipping weight
  • Ship excess baggage and reduce system down time and shipping costs
  • Can travel with the operator to a job
  • Graphics overlay for real-time operator feedback
  • Fiber Optic video data transfer for ultra crisp and clean 3GHz imagery
  • Distributed ultra-fast DSP electronics for ultimate stability
  • Customizable graphics overlay for real time operator feedback

Field of View:

  • Pan: 360° continuous (via electrical and optical rotary joints)
  • Tilt: +75° to -140°
  • Roll: +60° to – 60° (steerable or auto horizon)
  • Maximum Slew Rate: Up to 100 deg/sec (with auto drift control)

Camera options (2D):

  • Arri Alexa,Alexa Plus,Alexa XT,Alexa Mini
  • Sony F-65 ,F-55
  • Red Epic,Red Dragon
  • CANON C500 Plus

Camera options (3D):

  • Arri ,Alexa Mini
  • Red Epic,Red Dragon

Lens options:

  • Angenieux Optimo 24-290
  • Optimo 18-80
  • Arri Alura 18-80
  • Canon 30-300

Stablization:

  • 6 Axis with look-down capability (no gimbal lock !)
  • High performance Non ITAR Fiber Optic Gyros (FOG)
  • Distributed multi-processor closed loop servo control system
  • Proprietary gimbal control algorithms

Environmental:

  • Operating Temp -10 to +40 °C

Power:

  • 19 – 72 VDC
  • 20 Amps max (at 19VDC)

Operator Control Unit:

  • Lightweight
  • Customizable video overlay (Monitor output)
  • Recess for camera remotes such as Arri RCU-4,Sony RM-B750, RED
  • 5 inch monitor

Weight:

  • Turret with max payload less than 112 kg
  • Operator control unit 2,7 kg
  • Junction control box 4 kg
  • External cable set 2,5 kg

Data / Communication:

  • Fiber Optic lines
  • CAN Bus
  • RS 422 Serial Bus