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Aerial Film Club
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Aerial Film Club is specialized in aerial shooting, employing the stabilization system Shotover F1.
Aerial Film Club is specialized in aerial shooting, employing the stabilization system Shotover F1.

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Our Shotover F1 in action for the aerial shooting of rescue of a climber on Tre Cime di Lavaredo, for the tv series “Entdeckung/decouverte”, that will be broadcast on the tv network ARTE. Production company: sehmannsklub filmproduktion. DOP: Norbert Bandel. Director: Susanne Gebhardt. Location: Elikos and Aiut Alpin base in Pontives (Ortisei, Trentino Alto Adige). Pilots: Markus Kostner (Shotover) and Gabriel Kostner (Aiut Alpin). Aerials: Irmin Kerk.
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2015-06-24
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Our latest work, in Florence: the aerial shooting for the documentary "Viaggio nel cuore del Rinascimento". Production: Magnitudo Film / Sky. Producer: Francesco Invernizzi. Aerial DoP: Luca Greguoli Venini. DIT: Franco Baratti. Helicopter company: Palio Air. Pilot: Camillo Saracinelli. Helicopter Engineer: Antonino Litta.
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2015-06-05
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Expo 2015 Milano is coming: enjoy the video of Andrea Bocelli’s song for Expo, “La forza del sorriso”, with our aerial shooting (by Luca Greguoli Venini - AIC and IMAGO European Federation of Cinematographers). The film is directed by Gaetano Morbioli and produced by Run Multimedia.
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Aerial Film Club is a new company with a deep inclination for aerial shots and gyrostabilized systems. AFC is capable of providing all over Europe the new Shotover F1, the most recent and innovative platform for stable shooting from helicopters and from any moving vehicle.
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ShotoverF1 in Alto Adige with our staff
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2015-04-13
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At Micro Salon 2015, in Rome, Aerial Film Club showed the new Shotover F1. This stabilization system allows to film Ultra HD and accepts cameras like Sony F55, Alexa M, Red Epic, Canon 300/500 and a range of lenses from Canon 30-300 to Angenieux 15-40.
Interesting features are the quickness with which it can be rigged and the overall lightness. This feature gives great freedom to helicopter maneuvering capability - keeping the highest stability standards, unlike most aerial gimbals.
In addition to Shotover F1, the Company that rents it out offers a vast range of tailored solutions and supporting services.
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2015-04-13
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