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  • Low Cost 3D Monitoring

    Low Cost 3D Monitoring

    Genus Hurricane’s Alister Chapman shared this clever solution for an alternative to the typically expensive 3D field monitoring options. Download PDF: MonitoringNonSyncCameras And here is another resource from the Hurricane site: 3D Budget Monitoring  

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  • Kessler / Hurricane 3D time-lapse

    Kessler / Hurricane 3D time-lapse

    This is a behind the scenes time-lapse of the Kessler Motion Control System comprised of the 3′ Cineslider, Oracle Controllers, Camera Control Module and Turntable for a sliding shot with pan. The Genus (Manfrotto) Hurricane 3D beam splitter Rig is supported by the Sachtler FSB4 head mounted on the Kessler hihat. Two Makro-Planar T* 2/100mm Zeiss lenses are used for this shot with two Canon 5D Mark2 DSLRs. For reliable stereoscopic DSLR work, everything needs to match, including all camera [...]

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  • Downtown LA Kessler time-lapse

    Downtown LA Kessler time-lapse

    Some initial tests with Kessler Motion Control gear – Revolution Head, Cineslider initial experiments with using 3 controllers – one for each axis – much more on this to come in future posts. This was also the first round of tests with the Redrock micro3D SxS rig for stereoscopic shooting on the Kessler. Stuart Sperling was there to collaborate with, and being the stereo head that his is, gave me a crash course in stereoscopic principles, and our first motion [...]

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  • Stereoscopic 3D motion control time-lapse experiments

    Stereoscopic 3D motion control time-lapse experiments

      Some of the experiments in 3D time-lapse from an article I’ve been working on for Outdoor Photographer will be found here. The rig seen here is the Kessler Motion Control System, Marshall 24″ 3D monitor, Zeiss lenses, and Anton/Bauer power.

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