“Lost Parks” Goes Vertical!
With every video we’ve produced so far in the “Lost Parks” series, we’ve aimed to add one piece of equipment to make them better than the previous episode. For instance, in the first three episodes, did you notice:
Pacific City – DLSR camera slider:
Luna Park – GoPro Hero 2:
Manteca Waterslides – Camera crane / jib:
And now, for our Santa’s Village episode, may we debut our latest addition…FLYING CAMERA DRONES!
Well, two to be precise, “Little Bird” and “Big Bird.” They’re proudly owned by Andrew Hansis, an ACE NorCal member, who couldn’t resist seeing what they could do for the Lost Parks series.
Turns out, it was a TON! Look for their shots in our latest episode – debuting December 9th, 2013!
For more info on the “Lost Parks” series – click here!
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That’s very cool! They were using something similar on Full Throttle during media day. The videos they ended up with were incredible. I can’t wait to see the shots you ended up with for the next Lost Parks episode.
November 13, 2013 at 4:25 pm
Thanks, Kurt – the footage is looking really good so far!
November 13, 2013 at 5:22 pm