E P I S O D E 6
O V E R H E A D T R A C K I N G S H O T
For this week, we decided to something a little different. A scene you see a lot in film productions are overhead (first person POV) type shots. It can make the scene feel more engaging like the viewer is actually there. We wanted to show how to get that type of shot with the Rhino Slider Evo. A couple things to note for this episode:
- We used light stands to support the Rhino Slider (we recommend using C-stands instead since they are more stable)
- We shot the B roll in 120fps and slowed it down in post to get a more cinematic feel
- We used a low speed on Rhino Motion so that there would not be any shaky footage
Check out the video below to see what it looks like!
Behind The Scenes
Thanks for watching the sixth episode to our series “Move with Rhino”. We want to help other filmmakers gain inspiration or give them tips on different types of shots. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for weekly uploads and updates. Now let’s go film.
E Q U I P M E N T
If you want to know which gear we used to shoot this video and most of our films, we have provided the links below. Just remember, that aside from all the gear, the most important part of filming is the story. Good luck!
C A M E R A S
- Sony A7SII
- Sony A7S
- Sony a6300
S T A B I L I Z A T I O N
- 24" Rhino Slider Evo Carbon
- 42" Rhino Slider Evo Pro
- Rhino Motion
- Rhino Arc
- Manfrotto 755CX3 Magfiber
- Pilotfly H2 3-Axis Gimbal
A C C E S S O R I E S
- Rokinon 24mm T1.5
- Rokinon 35mm T1.5
- Rokinon 50mm T1.5
- Rokinon 85mm T1.5
- Sony E-Mount 35mm f/1.8
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We get a lot of questions asking us which gear we bring to our shoots. In this video, we break it all down and show each item we film with.