Newsletter XD motion November 2016

par XD motion La Lettre AFC n°269

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November XD motion’s news are the Fashion Week 4K LVMH, some aerial shootings with helicopters and the new Gyro stabilized head GSS 512.

Fashion Week 4K LVMH # LVSS17
Place Vendôme, in the New store Louis Vuitton, we have setup for the Fashion Week Paris our MUTO travelling equiped with a F55 Camera 4K and Fujinon Zoom cabrio. The rig was very precise and setup nicely for the guest vision on 20 meters long
Vidéos :
Muto on Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2017 Show Space
Highlights from the Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2017 Fashion Show

Place Vendôme
Place Vendôme
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L’intérieur du magasin et le travelling Moto à gauche
L’intérieur du magasin et le travelling Moto à gauche
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Mini travelling Muto sur la Fashion Week
Mini travelling Muto sur la Fashion Week
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Aerial shooting Helicopters :
Our Super G is permanently based in Iceland where many films are shots together with our local partner. As well as our light Mini Russian Arm easily shipped by Air Fret to be setup on many local rental cars we are preparing in those occasions.
Our GSS C 520 is now prepared to receive all the Optimo zoom lenses added to the incredible Canon 50-1000mm.

Hélicoptère équipé de la tête Super G, en Islande
Hélicoptère équipé de la tête Super G, en Islande
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New Gyro stabilized head GSS 512 in XD motion : First head 5 axis less 16 KG and 34 cm
This new mini gyro-stabilized head GSS complements our 520 and 516 versions. On the market, this is the sole head gyro - 5 axis stabilized market in low weight/height.

Intended for applications on light helicopters, we have adapted the 512 on our Cablecam Xfly 3D to provide extraordinary stability on our flying system. Output Meta data is available for special effects and motion control movements.
C 512 version to use 4K digital cameras (F55 / RED / Alexa Mini) with compact optics

Cablecam X fly 3D et tête mini Gyro GSS 512
Cablecam X fly 3D et tête mini Gyro GSS 512
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Technical Specifications GSS 512 :
- 5-axis advanced fiber optic gyro-stabilization
- VectorSteering look-down capability with no gimbal lock
- Geo-pointing with moving map interface option
- Isolated electronics eliminates video noise
- Fully upgradeable as gimbal, camera, and lens technologies evolve
- Stabilized or steerable horizon with in-flight automatic calibration
- Ship as excess baggage (<70lbs/32kg per case)
- MIL-STD-810F power filters with reverse polarity protection
- Engineered/Manufactured to DO-160G standards – not certified
- Platform designed for both standard and inverted use
- Wireless capability option
- Metadata outputs (lens, camera, & GPS functions)
- Electro-mechanical gimbal stow mechanism
- Compatible with existing air and ground mounts
- Standard 2-year warranty and 24/7/365 customer service

Gimbal Performance

  • 5-axis advanced fiber optic gyro-stabilization
  • Azimuth : 360° continuous
  • Elevation : 35° to -210° from horizontal
  • Roll : +/- 90° (steerable/stabilized)
  • Gimbal slew rate : 0-150°/second
  • Max operational airspeed : 200 knots – certified to FAA 14CFR requirements, increased airspeeds possible
  • Interface Control : RS-232, RS-422, or ethernet
  • Electrical VIN : 18-33 VDC
  • Power : 15 amps max draw at 28 VDC
  • Dimensions
    • Gimbal width : 13.5 inches (343 mm)
    • Gimbal height : 16.5 inches (419 mm)
    • Snout length : 0-6 inches (0-152 mm)
    • Cable set length : 20 – 100 feet
  • Weight
    • Platform : 35 lbs (15.9 kg) + payload
    • Laptop control unit : 7 lbs (3.2 kg)
    • Auxiliary junction unit : payload specific
    • Cable set : 8 lbs (3.6 kg)
  • Environmental
    • Operating temperature : -4° to +122°F (-20° to +50°C)
    • Sealed system for airborne/ground/marine applications.