Filmotechnic Awarded Cine Gear’s 2021 Technical Award

Filmotechnic F17 Technoscope camera crane in action on stairwell

What would make these new Technoscopes so noteworthy is that the technology is extremely-lightweight, very compact and person friendly.

Filmotechnic, 1 of the industry’s major supplier of higher functionality digital camera techniques to the amusement industry, was just awarded a Cine Gear 2021 Technical Award (in the classification Aid Technologies) for the carbon fiber F17 and F27 Technoscope camera cranes. The award was presented to the Academy-Award profitable founder of Filmotechnic, cinema engineer Anatoly Kokush.

“We’re genuinely thrilled that Anatoly is acquiring yet another recognition for his new innovation,” states Filmotechnic USA’s Thom Tanton. “For around 30 decades Filmotechnic has been the chief in the progress of digital camera distant units. What would make these new Technoscopes so noteworthy is that the technological know-how is ultra-light-weight, incredibly compact and user pleasant. These cranes are quick to deliver, assemble and work in challenging to attain destinations.”

Two essential strengths of the telescoping cranes is a unique carbon fiber design. “Both the F17 and F27 (powered by batteries) are gentle more than enough for two individuals to deal with,” adds Tanton. “All pieces of the crane are transportable. Their sleek and silent procedure make them perfect for indoor use. Furthermore, they pair flawlessly with the latest, most popular heads (Flight Head Mini IV or Flight Head Colibri and the DJI Ronin, Freefly Units MōVI, Shotover G1 and ARRI SRH-3 distant heads). The Technoscope cranes are presently accessible in two lengths, 8m/27 ft and 5.3m /17 toes.

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