AbelCine Becomes Reseller For Freefly Systems MoVI Camera Stabilization System
Friday, 08 November 2013
(Redmond, Washington–November 8, 2013) Freefly Systems today announces AbelCine as a reseller for the MōVI line of camera stabilization systems. Since the launch at NAB 2013, the MōVI has generated a great deal of excitement and has been busy working on a variety of feature films, commercials, and television shows. “As a technical leader and innovator in the industry, AbelCine is a natural choice to represent the MōVI product line,” says Freefly co-founder Tabb Firchau.
Firchau says, “As a longtime AbelCine customer, I have experienced firsthand the high level of service and support that AbelCine provides. It was a natural fit to work with AbelCine given the alignment in core business values between the companies. Freefly is very excited to begin our relationship with AbelCine and we look forward to collaborating to provide premier support and education for the MōVI”.
“At AbelCine, we are always looking for groundbreaking new products that allow imagemakers to tell their stories in new and exciting ways,” said Pete Abel, President and CEO of AbelCine. “MōVI is a perfect example of this type of breakthrough innovation. We are looking forward to working with the great team at Freefly Systems and helping our customers at all levels of the market maximize the full potential of MōVI on their projects.”
AbelCine, established in 1989, is a leading supplier of professional film and digital equipment with facilities in New York City, Burbank, CA and Chicago, IL. Core services include equipment sales, rental, technical services, and training. The company is a Canon Professional Production System Reseller, an Arri Digital Camera Reseller, Sony Solutions Reseller, Panasonic Specialty Reseller and the North American agent for Phantom high-speed cameras. For more information, visit www.abelcine.com.
About Freefly Systems
Freefly represents the intersection of art and technology. Its team consists of industry leading specialists all focused on one task – inventing solutions to allow unrestricted camera movement. Freefly initially created the CineStar line of multi-rotor camera platforms, which allowed smooth, stable and dynamic low altitude aerials. After years of research and development in camera stability, Freefly has created the MōVI stabilized camera gimbal. MōVI empowers a new era of stabilized cinematography on a variety of platforms, from handheld to helicopter and everything in between. For further information, visit www.freeflysystems.com.