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Capturing the Action: Behind the Scenes with geebeebee media

Want to know what it takes to film a downhill race for Pinkbike? Then check out the behind the scenes documentary about geebeebee media by Sony Professional Europe. Join us on Weds 19th november at 2pm (UK time) to find out more. Register here:


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 Is there any way of turning off the POV image stabilisation for next season?
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 If you mean the stabliser on the Action Cam, then yes, it can be turned off.
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 Would you maybe think about doing that next year because I don't know about anyone else but it gives me a bit of a headache and is kind of annoying. Great video by the way!!
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 Nobody likes the image stabilization
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 Great video, really interesting to see how you guys operate and the kit you use.
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 They use a mixture of lenses with the Metabones IV adapter. Sony FS700, Small DP4 OR DP7. Movcam cage for the FS700 and the most common lens for MTB, "canon 18-200 L series". This is their usual camera, Im not sure what other kit they use
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 Thanks mate. As PixelTouchFilms says, we use the FS700 primarily, actually with a Metabones III, and a SmallHD DP4. We have a couple of lenses in the kit bag, both primes and zooms, from our Samyang 14mm and 35mm models to our Canon 70-200 L Mk II. There's a bit more of our kit list over on our website:
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 Great work guys! Thanks for the behind the scenes info.
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 Using the staibaliser with the visor in shot was a mistake. My bad
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 I was wondering if anybody had any suggestions on a good camera at a lower price but can still shoot nice slo mo and is good in low light. Thanks
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 There's not much out there that ticks those boxes unfortunately. Either you compromise on the lens and get a fixed lens device like a GoPro, Action Cam or even an iPhone, or you invest in something like and FS700, FS7 or spend even more on a Red. There's software like Twixtor which you can use with cameras that shoot at say 50fps but I generally steer clear as results are usually very poor.
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 Ok thanks for the information I guess ill just have to spend a little more money than I was hoping.
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 So do you guys use the pxw-x180 or pxw-z100
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 would you reccomend a sony fs100 or sony pxw-x180 or pxw-z100
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 Thanks! We made a version of the video for South America here (bottom of the page):
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 whats the best all around cam corder to by if u want to film a vid
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 What editing software do you use
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 @Biker-Tom-Tom we use Adobe Premiere Pro
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 Or do you use both
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 We used both, each had their own merits. We'll be talking about this in more depth during the webinar on Wednesday.

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