Our Equipment

4K RAW Video

4K resolution refers to a horizontal display resolution of approximately 4,000 pixels. Digital television and digital cinematography commonly use several different 4K resolutions. In television and consumer media, 3840 × 2160 (4K UHD) is the dominant 4K standard, whereas the movie projection industry uses 4096 × 2160 (DCI 4K). Today, more than half of U.S. households have 4K-capable TVs, a much faster adoption rate than that of Full HD (1080p).

What is more, there is a ton of information that can be tweaked and manipulated even in the most challenging and severe color correction scenarios. Raw is superb for all aspects of visual effects work.

Zisse Cinematography Lenses

Whether we are shooting a commercial where exquisite color rendition and high contrast is important, or a tense, dramatic sequence in low light situations for a feature film, ZEISS cinematography lenses offer the performance we need to get the scene right. ZEISS cinematography lenses always provide the best quality to make your project stand out.


Sennheiser Audio System

High-resolution digital sound recording is only as good as the technology you use and with the state-of the–art no-noise microphones of Sennheiser we can guarantee the highest acoustic quality for your project. Leaving nothing out and adding nothing to the sound itself Sennheiser truth-loving condenser microphone are made for the requirements of high-class professional studio production both indoors and outdoors.



A gimbals can be described as a pivoted point that allows us to rotate an object along a single axis. We can capture incredible images from various angles by shooting with a gimbalc. We can rotate our camera smoothly in different directions by combining three separate gimbals. It will provide three axes to rotate a handheld video camera.



Using a camera crane provides complete control while filming panoramic scenes without shakiness and diminishing the overall quality of what you are capturing. Cranes allow us to effectively capture shots at varying heights without interruptions with each movement.



Drones are more than just fun novelty toys. In addition to capturing complicated aerial photography, drones can be utilized to film shots or scenes otherwise captured on land-based equipment, replacing jibs, dollies, and even, in many cases, cranes and Russian Arms. Our federal and state licensed drones are fully equipped to handle up to 15lbs of cinematic camera load.


Car Rig

A car camera rig can be used to achieve photographing from moving vehicles. With a car rig, the resulting exposure will last several seconds so that the background may be blurred while the car remains nice and sharp.



Time-lapse is an important technology because it allows us, along with high-speed (slow-motion) cinematography, to manipulate time to show natural processes that would either take too long to show in a single shot, or processes that are so short that we need to stretch them out to comprehend them.



With its ability to move through scenes and follow actors smoothly, placing the audience in the center of the on-screen action, the Steadicam is an invention that forever changed Hollywood and the film industry. A Steadicam is a camera stabilizing system used to capture tracking shots with motion picture cameras. A Steadicam combines the stability of a tripod with the fluidity of a dolly and the flexibility of a hand-held camera.


On set Lighting

The lighting setup guides the eye to a specific actor, prop, or part of a scene. Lighting reflects the psychology of characters. The amount, size, color, and harshness of light surrounding a character can be adjusted to match their emotions. Lighting defines and supports the genre of the film.