AbelCine is Now a Reseller of Freefly MoVI Camera Stabilization Devices
Thursday, 07 November 2013
AbelCine is pleased to announce that we are now an official Freefly dealer in the US. To celebrate the introduction of the MōVI M10, we are offering payments as low as $654 for 24 months to qualified buyers. (See below for details.)
Freefly has over a decade of experience in the professional cinematography industry. Their MōVI camera stabilization system generated a great deal of excitement when it was launched at NAB 2013. The innovative MōVI gives filmmakers unprecedented freedom to move their camera rigs and follow the action in any way they can envision.
MōVI 10 Overview
From helicopter to snowboard to jib to handheld, there are no limits to camera movement when using the Freefly MōVI M10. The M10 is an extremely lightweight, handheld, 3-axis, digital stabilization system. It utilizes sensors that detect motion and quiet motors that counteract movement to produce completely smooth camera motion. The M10 sells for just under $15K and can hold payloads up to 10 lbs.
The MōVI M10 is the ideal fit for a compact camera with a prime lens and lightweight accessories, including the following models:
- Canon C100, C300, C500, 1D C, 5D
- Sony FS700
- Blackmagic Cinema Cameras
- Red Epic, Scarlet
- Operate solo or in multi-operator mode with remote control for pan and tilt
- Learn to operate in one day
- Dial in responsiveness for desired motion effect
- Cuts down on setup time for complicated shots
- Lightweight and extremely quiet motors
- Completely smooth motion when moving between operators, jib, dolly or any other motion device
- Optional Accessories
Creative Uses of the MōVI M10
To truly understand what the Freefly MōVI M10 is capable of, you have to see it action. In this commercial, directed by Oliver Stone and shot by Rodrigo Prieto, the MōVI M10 puts you in the action like never before.
Watch the behind the scenes video for this spot, to see how Oliver Stone and Rodrigo Prieto suspended the MōVI M10 from cables and ran with the players to achieve the remarkable camera placements seen in the commercial.
For many more MōVI videos, visit www.freeflysystems.com.