Our Film Gear
At Red Nebula, we have a rich variety of production equipment to help achieve the perfect look for every video. Every tool used on a video shoot has its purpose, therefore we have a seemingly endless list. Therefore, this page is dedicated to our favorites as well as most requested. Give us a call for specific request, -we love making use of everything we have to offer.
RED 5K Gemini Cinema Camera
We love using the 5K RED GEMINI for the cinematic & ultra-sleek images it provides.
Our RED DRAGON captures over 9x more pixels than HD, is unrivaled detail, and impressive native exposure eclipse 35mm film in both latitude and image density. The industry-leading specs distinguish the DRAGON as a model for image innovation, helming the evolution of digital cinema technology.
Movies shot on RED:
Guardians of the Galaxy vo.2
Stranger Things 2
& many, many more...
Sigma Cine FF Primes
Some of the greatest movie scenes of all time were filmed using Steadicams. They allow moviemakers to produce moving, hand-held shots that are smooth & have no shakes or jolts. Due to this, Steadicam is an invaluable, dynamic production tool in the film and video industry that unleashes endless creative possibilities. Steadicam will give your video immense visual appeal with its smooth, free-flowing motion.
In "Rocky" (1976), one of the first feature films to use Steadicams, operator Garrett Brown let the audience follow Sylvester Stallone as he ran up the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum. This iconic shot would have been nearly impossible before the Steadicam.
In "The Shining" (1980), director Stanley Kubrick used a Steadicam shot to zip down the hallways of a haunted hotel and another to follow Jack Nicholson through a snowy hedge maze.
Then there's the mesmerizing "gala" scene in "Pride and Prejudice" (2005). In the scene, the camera takes the viewer around a fashionable ball, where Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth first meet. The Steadicam moves around the party focusing smoothly on various people.
The Sigma Cine FF primes are a new family of lenses specially designed and built for digital cinematography with full-frame sensor HDSLR and other professional cameras to deliver high-end optics. Due to this, we use these cine lenses to capture every detail of your project.
We specialize in low-altitude drone aerial cinematography to capture breathtaking aerial footage not possible in any other way. These shots are perfect for Feature Films, TV Series, Commercials, Ad agencies & Industrial applications.
We’re FAA-approved FAA commercial aircraft licenses and insured for film and television productions with full-time professionals.
A Jib enables 'almost' limitless different camera effects and angles. A Jib will add drama to product shots, get extreme high and low angle shots, create dynamic scene transitions, achieve artistic shots, and shoot smooth motion over obstacles (such as furniture).
Camera movement created with the jib adds perspective and viewer interest. Each camera angle can create a unique effect as well. For example, in the high angle, characters can seem small or weak, but from the low angle, shots create the opposite effect. The possibilities are truly endless.
The very best part of using a jib is that it adds high production value for little effort and at a reasonable cost.
Designed to resist high G-forces using powerful motors and IMUs, the Ronin is engineered to maintain stability and hold horizon when mounted to an aircraft or a vehicle. When mounted to the M600 aerial system, it communicates directly with DJI's flight controller, allowing it to stabilize actively for a smoother shot.
Watch this video to see Brett using the Dana Dolly. He has this larger version, plus one smaller version, to fit to your needs.
The uses of the Dana Dolly are unlimited and the shots produced are stunning. It adds production value to any commercial shoot and produces ultra smooth shots with extreme creative and cinematic appeal.
There are also specific effects that can only be accomplished with the Dana Dolly that we are happy to discuss with you.