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INSIGHT TV Unleashes High-Octane Adventure Show Access All Areas Produced in UHD in Partnership with Sky Vision Productions Posted: 13/02/2017

INSIGHT TV, the worlds largest producer of true Ultra High Definition (UHD) content, has announced the launch of its latest series Access All Areas. Produced in UHD, in partnership with Sky Vision Productions, this adrenalin-fuelled adventure show is the latest in a long-line of UHD series produced by INSIGHT TV, providing viewers around the world with a huge catalogue of UHD content. Access All Areas is available from Tuesday 13th February at 9.50pm on platforms including: Vodafone Portugal, Vodafone Spain, Swisscom and Tricolor.

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Peli Shows Clear Leadership with Launch of Adventurer Range of Cases for iPhone 7 Posted: 19/10/2016

 Peli Products, the global leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance protective cases, today announced it is launching a new range of cases especially for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.  Set to be the slimmest cases on the market, the Adventurer range has clear backs to showcase the colour range of the new iPhone models. 

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Polaroid Dive Rated Waterproof Underwater Housing Case Enables Crystal-Clear Picture-Taking Up to 130 Feet Underwater Posted: 18/03/2016

The Polaroid dive rated waterproof underwater housing case is designed to bring digital cameras from Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic and Sony from land to sea. The perfect solution for adventurous photo enthusiasts, the Polaroid underwater camera case is made of high impact polycarbonate and can withstand water submersion up to 130 feet. It also offers protection from rain, snow or dusty and muddy environments for extraordinary images on any terrain and in any conditions.

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Bertie Gregory and Sachtler Ace M on Vancouver Island Posted: 16/10/2013
For more than two years, Bertie Gregory, the nineteen-year-old wildlife videographer from England, shot the fauna on Vancouver Island, Canada. This island, the largest in the Pacific in North America, is not only home to black bears, one of Gregory's main focuses. Wolves, pumas, and whales can also be found there. The young filmmaker recently finished his almost 16-minute documentary, West Coast Adventure, in which he also narrates and presents about black bears on the island. Since he did not want the bears to feel threatened or scared in their habitat, he shot from a boat with his Nikon D7000. For a firm stand, the wildlife filmmaker depended upon the lightweight and robust Ace M tripod system by Sachtler, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company.
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Sachtlers FSB 8 T Goes Off-the-Grid for Mountain Men Shoot Posted: 16/07/2013

The crew at Warm Springs Productions might be laid back and friendly, but when it comes to producing their outdoor reality television and hunting shows, its all professional. We use only the best equipment, and only the best tripods to keep the cameras stable, says equipment manager Mike Schweizer. Thats why we use Sachtler tripods and heads on all our shoots. Theyve been to the deepest swamps and the snowiest peaks. We trust our tripods to keep a steady shot in -50 degrees, in waist-high water and in torrential downpours. Sachtler is part of Vitec Videocom and a Vitec Group company.

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Can Communicate goes wild with Quantel Pablo Posted: 18/05/2012

It has been an incredibly busy couple of months for Can Communicate, one of Europe's leading 3D production companies. From working on Alice Cooper's infamous fright show, 'The Night of Fear', to Sky3D's recent ten part observational documentary, 'Safari Park Adventure', Can Communicate has pushed the boundaries of 3D television content. The company operates on two Quantel Pablos, sharing workflow via a GenePool, assisted by its recent investment in a Neo grading panel. 'Safari Park Adventure', filmed at Woburn Safari Park, follows the day-to-day activities of the park's keepers and animals. The series was shot on Sony P1s with Canon HJ22 lenses, producing over 300 hours of footage for the ten part documentary. 

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Sachtler fluid head for adventure documentary in Tanzania - Crossing the Serengeti with the Studio 9+9 Posted: 28/07/2011
Robert Primes ASC, a senior lecturer in cinematography at AFI, Dan Kneece, SOC, president of the Society of Camera Operators, and young cinematographer Yousef Linjawi worked together on a documentary about the Serengeti, which translates to endless plain in the Maasai language. The equipment included the Studio 9+9 fluid head from Sachtler, a Vitec Group brand. Primes explained, the teams goal in Tanzania was to capture the beauty of another culture, one that includes the emotions of mothers, fathers and children, the drama of survival and the joy of living without the sometimes questionable complexity of the human condition.

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