Friday, July 14, 2017

Phantom Miro, Steadicam, Sufa Bullet Test by Seventy 7 Productions

We recently came across a video that Seventy 7 Production filmed two years ago. The video is a combination test for Phantom Miro, Steadicam, Sufa Bullet.

The SUFA BULLET LED 800 requires NO ballast, a great feature for filmmakers needing that high powered LED for high speed shoots.

From the video test - you can see there is no flicker whatsoever.

About: Seventy 7 Productions is a Detroit, Michigan based production company. They work with some of the most recognizable names in sports and entertainment and are committed to supporting their clients through each step of the process and maintaining a Hollywood flair.

They believe that being part of the creative process is a privilege and they do not take the privilege of telling your story or finding a vision for your project lightly. They will bring to bear the best process, technology and execution that is available to make something that meets and surpasses your needs every time because of their innate belief that every project deserves the best execution and their genuine love for production.

Check out their rental page for more information!

Watch the full video below!

Phantom Miro, Steadicam, Sufa Bullet Test from Seventy 7 Productions on Vimeo.

Weighing only 73 lbs. and drawing only 7.3A at 110V, the Sufa Bullet™, with a patented silver optical system, is one of the most powerful LED fixtures on the market. The Sufa Bullet requires no ballast, and no HMI globe. The Sufa Bullet has a lifespan of 50,000 hrs. (77° F) which equates to a cost savings of approximately $130K in HMI globe replacement. The name Sufa Bullet is in reference to the of Speed and Strength of the SUFA (STORM) F-16 fighter jets, and the American tradition of performance excellence. The LED SUFA BULLET the new generation of the HMI SILVER BULLET. | @cinemills | #cinemills

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