Nettmann Systems congratulates Cinematographer Brian Lataille on receiving an Emmy for his camera work on The 25th Anniversary Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Concert for HBO. Brian was operating the Nettmann stabilized head the Stab-C COMPACT provided by our East Coast representative ACE East. Brian attributes much of his success to the stability, controllability, […]
Fred Elmes, ASC, chose the K/N Snorkel with the Arriflex HD Alexa Camera, to shoot the Miniatures for LG Vacuum Cleaners. Using a 75 mm Prime on the Alexa gave an effective focal length at the Mirror of 18 mm. The resolution through the optical relay was great and Fred Elmes commented, “This is the […]
Jeremy Braben of Helicopter Film Services UK, was chosen to provide equipment for a Mercedes Benz commercial shoot. Both Director of Photography David Boyle and the agency wanted to shoot this amazing car in 3 D. A tracking vehicle and a helicopter were utilized in conjunction with the Nettmann Stab-C COMPACT to capture the 3 […]
The STAB-C COMPACT with a payload of 16 HI-DEF cameras, soars over the Palace of Versailles. The camera payload and its mirrors were developed by a French COMPACT technician. The package is designed to put the viewer in the center of a sphere of seamless images. This project is a joint venture of ACS France and Cablecam and […]
The Cam-Remote and the Mini-Mote, still staples of the Nettmann product line, continue to sell to customers around the world. NSI is building new Mini-Motes with a Fiber Optic slip ring in the Pan Axis, and are rebuilding the Cam-Remotes into lookalike Mini-Motes, also with that Fiber Optic slip ring in the base. Please call […]
When the Olympic Broadcast Services Vancouver (OBSV) needed the most advanced stabilized camera equipment on the market, they naturally called on the premiere camera support service provider ACS France. ACS France supplied superior image capturing services using a wide range of Nettmann stabilized camera heads for the 2010 Winter Olympic games. The need for stabilized […]
Street Dancer” Stereographer,Max Penner, just finished shooting 3D aerials in London using the COMPACT with the RED cameras set at 32 inches apart. Anything less than that,such as the normal 5 inch interocular distance, does not allow you to get the 3D effect above 1000 Feet. Our COMPACT system and my Super G are the […]
AerialFilm New Zealand is the newest member of the Nettmann family. AerialFilm NZ is based in the alpine resort and popular screen production base of Queenstown, a town where helicopters are a common form of transport amidst the stunning landscape. The founders of AerialFilm NZ have spent thousands of hours originating media from helicopters across […]
The AirFilm Camera Systems brackets for the AS350 & AS355 helicopter have been added to the rental inventory of N.S.I. Priced at $500.00/day, 4 day week, these brackets are available to production or owner/operator of the Aerospatiale helicopter.
NETTMANN SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL has completed the rebuild of a ‘Gyron 935 Plus’ for David Baillie of Wildcat Films. This rebuild accommodates the Sony F23/F35 Hi Def camera. The gimbal has been renamed the ‘Cine-G’. Nettmann will follow up with a modular ‘Cine-G’ in the early part of 2010.