Tested Uses Micro Cinema Cameras to Shoot Arctic Circle Expedition Posted: 18/11/2016

Blackmagic Design has announced that DP and lead producer Joey Fameli used several Micro Cinema Cameras to shoot a recent Arctic Circle expedition. Fameli also uses the Micro Cinema Cameras, along with Pocket Cinema Cameras, Studio Cameras and DaVinci Resolve Studio, to shoot and grade content for Tested, which is a website dedicated to covering anything thats awesome in science, exploration, nature, emerging technology, consumer technology and more. 

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Front Porch Digital Integrates Data Expeditions ExpeDat WAN Accelerator Into DIVArchive V7.1 Posted: 21/03/2013
Front Porch Digital, the global leader in cloud-based content storage management (CSM) solutions, today announced an agreement with file-transfer software company Data Expedition, Inc.(R) to integrate its ExpeDat(TM) WAN acceleration product into Front Porch Digital's DIVArchive(R) V7.1 CSM system. The integration gives DIVArchive users a WAN acceleration option that is fully managed and supported by Front Porch Digital, and is the first direct integration of a WAN acceleration protocol directly into a CSM cloud-based solution.
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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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University of Washington and VISIONS11 Set Sail with Blackmagic Designs ATEM Production Switcher Posted: 28/09/2011

Blackmagic Design today announced that the University of Washingtons School of Oceanography used Blackmagic Designs ATEM 1 M/E Production Switcher, Micro Videohub and OpenGear Converter Audio to SDI products as part of the ocean going VISIONS11 Expedition. The University relied on the Blackmagic Design products to capture, route and stream footage from the ocean floor, 400 kilometers offshore, back to the University and online at

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VISLINKs wireless camera technology to enable broadcast of British Forces ascent to the summit of makalu Posted: 30/03/2010
VISLINK is providing portable broadcast equipment for the British Forces Makalu 2010 expedition, where climbers plan to conquer one of the most hostile peaks in the Himalayas.
The objective of the Makalu 2010 expedition is for the team of six climbers to place at least two members on the summit and return safely back to Base Camp. VISLINK's wireless camera will enable the video records of the climb which will be used for the blog, Twitter, UK local news, video streaming and documentaries. The team will depart for Kathmandu on 23rd March and return to the UK on 7th June.
Mount Makalu is comparable with K2 in technical difficulty and considered a harder climb than the SW Ridge of Everest.
"More people have stood on the moon than have reached the summit of Makalu via the treacherous and rarely climbed SE Ridge," says Lt Cdr Paul Hart, who will be responsible for filming and photography during the ascent. "If we are successful, we will be the first British team to do it."
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Sound Devices 744T digital recorder recently headed into the depths of the African jungle as part of the History Channels new eight-part series, Expedition Africa: Stanley and Livingstone. Produced by Mark Burnett Productions, the series chronicles the journey of four explorers as they walk through the deep interior of Tanzania from the town of Zanzibar to Ujiji. Sound Devices 744T proved to be the digital recorder of choice for Sound Supervisor Jacob Smith because of its reliability and small form factor.
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