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Over 700 People Tell DPA Microphones A Story Posted: 21/11/2016
From recording the sound of Antarctic wind and saving a Gibson True Vintage guitar, to making movie magic in Hollywood and capturing the sound of termites at dawn in Africa these were just some of the 700 plus stories received by DPA Microphones in response to its recent Tell Us Your Story competition.
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The Sachtler FSB 6 between Penguins, Snow and Eternal Ice Posted: 19/06/2013
The mainland is a white desert of snow, surrounded by a clashing cold ocean, and scarcely populated. Only the animals and few plants are accustomed to the difficult living conditions. This is the Antarctic. DP Alessandro Beltrame from Italy left his warm southern European homeland for two documentaries for The Antarctica Project, a cooperative project of the Italian government and the private broadcaster Mediaset. With scientists of the national research centers CNR, ENEA, and PNRA as well as the FSB 6/2 D tripod system by Sachtler, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company, he spent a month at the South Pole with merciless temperatures dropping to -50° C (58 F), a real test for the crew and the equipment.
 
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Polecam Systems supplies rig to Sir Ranulph Fiennes Coldest Journey Antarctic Expedition Posted: 17/12/2012

Polecam systems delivered a Polecam rig to Sir Ranulph Fiennes and his expedition members on board the research ship 'SA Agulhas ' at its River Thames mooring in London recently before it left on the first leg of its journey to Antarctica.

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