The Borgias Season 3 and SUPERTECHNO 100
See the amazing Supertechno 100 being set up and operated for season 3 of the Showtime historical drama, The Borgias. On location in the Czech Republic, the experienced Panavision technicians and key crew members describe the groundbreaking capabilities and less than expected challenges of the Supertechno 100, the largest telescopic camera crane ever.
Making of Belkis
Check out the behind the scenes filming of Belkis - Königin von Saba, performed by the Stuttgart Philharmonic. Director Martin Andersson, Cinematographer Marcus Zaiser and Technocrane inventor Horst Burbulla explain how they used the unique capabilities of the Technodolly and the Supertechno 50 to set a new standard for the recording of full-length orchestra performances.
New TECHNODOLLY tutorial videos on our YOUTUBE channel
Series of videos about the most advanced robotic camera crane THE TECHNODOLLY is online now. If you want to get all our new videos just subscribe to our Youtube channel.
Technocrane crew on IBC 2012 in Amsterdam
Two TECHNODOLLYs in action and lot more. Thas was our IBC stand. Here is a short video if you missed IBC 2012 in Amsterodam and did not visit our stand. You will also find more photos on our Facebook profile.
New Book is online. Now interactive and animated.
Our new book full of amazing pictures and presentation of our company is online. Check it out and let us know what do you think on our facebook page! From now on you will also find it in Gallery section on our website.
TECHNODOLLY in concert „Belkis“
In Stuttgart, Germany the TECHNODOLLY performed in a classic concert named “Belkis” with a symphonic orchestra and a chorus of 90 singers. The job of the TECHNODOLLY was to cover this continuous live performance of violins, cellos, harp, singers and narrator. There was neither rehearsal time nor any breaks during the evening. In less than 3 hours and only six stand-ins the operator Fritz Brüggert sampled 10 master key frames of the orchestra. With the command “Generate Matrix” the TECHNODOLLY automatically generated 47 moves between all these key frames. The operator added some correction key frames and focuses to all the moves. When the concert began the director could continuously send the TECHNODOLLY to one of the ten key frames. By using the matrix mode of the TECHNODOLLY the operator played about 150 camera moves during the 90 minutes concert. All moves were perfectly framed, in focus and adjusted with pan and tilt override if needed.
Supertechno 30 and Jackie Chan in action together in Riga
Jackie Chan and our Supertechno 30 crane are back in action shooting a new movie in North of Europe. You will enjoy action shots made possible with our Supertechno 30. Stay tuned for the new movie!
Pictures from our brand new book are now online on Picasa. Check them out!
Supertechno 100 at Shepperton
Pictures of our brand new SUPERTECHNO 100 training at Shepperton.
Technodolly robotic camera crane at Television Studios in Cologne, Germany
Dear friends, please spend few minutes and watch our interesting, revolutionary, new video showing the 24 hour work of TWO TECHNODOLLIES placed on ONE TRACK! This video has been exclusively made at CBC Television Studios in Cologne, Germany, where RTL, one of the major German TV chanells operates. The video describes and shows, how amazingly Technodollies -robotic cameras serve and help at 24/7 broadcast newsroom with considerable saving of time and with maximal precision.
Unveiling Supertechno 100
We are happy and proud to announce that after 4 years of continuous and unremitting development engineering, we have finally reached our desirable target ........
Our brand new SUPERTECHNO 100 has just been unveiled and introduced in front of the public for the first time at Cinec 2010 exhibition in Munich, Germany.
YES, the best has just gone bigger, as you can see from the photos above. SUPERTECHNO 100 has the MAXIMUM LENS HIGHT of 100 FEET ( 32 meters ), which means that you no longer need a helicopter to look over the roof tops.
SUPERTECHNO 100 has just started and introduced the whole new period in the production of telescopic camera cranes and the film industry itself.