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Specialized Filming

Specialized filming involves gear you don’t see on everyday shoots. These “toys” elevate production value and achieve shots that are usually impossible to get any other way.

TOYS MAY VARY, QUALITY DOESN’T…

Specialized filming involves gear you don’t see on everyday shoots. These “toys” elevate production value and achieve shots that are usually impossible to get any other way. Whether it’s ultra slow motion with a Phantom, towering wides with a drone, a long silky-smooth technocrane move, or lightning-fast motion control moves with a Bolt robot, the team at FUGO Studios is well equipped to help bring these shots to life. As the specialty filming market grows in Atlanta, our capabilities are virtually unlimited.

 

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Technocrane

General Mills


Technocranes are large cranes with a telescoping arm. A remote head is usually used for precise camera pan, tilt, and rotation, along with the telescoping arm. The Technocrane allows for camera moves not achievable with a jib or dolly.

Move. Within. Reach.

 


 

Phantom Flex

Doritos & Heartgard


Phantom cameras specialize in high-speed video. Capturing video at ultra-high frame rates can make quick moments last a very long time. This creates new opportunities for dramatic action, detail, and overall awesome shots. For example, do you need an animal to float mid-air while jumping? That can only be done with a high-speed camera like the Phantom.

Ultra. High. Speed.

 


 

Bolt X Motion Control

The Home Depot


The Bolt X cinebot is quickly becoming a go to for never before seen camera moves. The Bolt offers two main advantages – speed & repeatability. At speeds of up to 14m/sec, the Bolt arm can move lighting fast. And when paired with a Phantom Flex camera, your high-speed shots can now have camera movement. Because the Bolt is controlled via computer software, precise repeatable moves allow for motion control shots for creative effect and VFX work.

Do. The. Robot.

 


 

Process Trailer

Timi Dakolo


There are many different types of process trailers, but they all involve placing a vehicle onto a platform pulled by another vehicle. This allows for talent, lighting, cameras, and crew to ride with the object and film safely while giving the illusion of the vehicle moving. Process trailers allow for much more control when filming dialogue in cars. Car mounts can get you close, but a process trailer allows you to take it to the next level.

Ticket. To. Ride.