StreamWerx has just completed aerial filming for its Fall Foliage Air Safari from North Carolina to Wisconsin. Flying in a Robinson R-44 helicopter, Decker Campbell filmed with a Cineflex V14 HD Sony HDC 1500 camera gimbal, the same technology used in BBC's The Blue Planet.
Campbell traveled at the peak of the fall foliage, gathering stunning stock footage. From the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the awe-inspiring lighthouses of Sturgeon Bay, the new stock collection contains many sights along the way, including vast Midwest farmland and cityscapes of Cincinnati, Chicago, Indianapolis and Milwaukee.
Jon Jarosh, Director of Communications and Public Relations for the Door County Visitor Bureau, said of the Cineflex system, "it is worth every penny! ...and "delivers incredible footage. It's just so smooth!" He went on to say of the footage, "HOLY COW is it absolutely gorgeous!"
Another client, Chris Tetans of Magilla Entertainment, remarked of StreamWerx's extensive stock footage collection: "What sets you guys apart from the typical stock houses is the personal touch. You're actually the people who shoot the footage rather than just middlemen."
StreamWerx is a full service media production company and certified aerial photography studio. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, StreamWerx specializes in helicopter aerial cinematography from Florida to Alaska. Working summers with Alaska Aerial Technologies, StreamWerx offers custom aerial production while collecting stock footage for AlaskaAirSafari.com.
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