Visual Impact go large @NHN March Networking

Visual Impact go large @NHN March Networking

27th March 2017

" Our approach to business is simple; treat each customer, large or small, as an individual with their own unique set of requirements " Visual Impact

The Visual Impact team were out in force last Thursday at our monthly Networking morning. 

Stuart Wyllie and his team of camera and tech experts were keen to stress their dedication to natural history filmmaking, and the far reaching support that the company offers. 

"We listen to our customers, and work with the naturla hsitory community to give them what they need and want."

Visual Impact are an international company. They have bases not only in Bristol and the UK, but also in South Africa and Europe which means that they can and will support you while you are on location. And they've got some exciting offers - including a portable live vision mixing and internet streaming system which will enable you to get your Multi-cam events straight to the audience via Facebook and Youtube ! 

Below is a summary of the presention they gave our members in Bristol  - And ne thing  they were keen to point out - Visuals offer a pick up services for anyone in Bristol who wants to get down to their offices to talk to their teams and look at their kit.

Visuals in Bristol have recently taken delivery of some new and exciting kit.

It's the kind of kit which can work within the tight budgets faced by our colleagues in the Natural History genre.

The Phantom Flex 4K GS which will record up to 1000fps in 4k and 1900fps in 2k

The RED Weapon 8K S35 Helium (currently out in Israel)

Canon ME 20: A small box like camer which works amazingly in low light (currently on a production out inf Ethiopia)

Black Arm; Mitchell Mount : Ninja style. Doesn't require image stablisation in post. An amazing smooth tracking would work very well off road in Africa!

Visuals work hard to support productions and find solutions

For example:

The Freefly Flowcine Flyline Cable Dolly

With the increasing restrictions and legal issues with Drones, nobody in production quite knows what the future holds. So Visuals have invested in a high end Cable Dolly . Amongst other features, this system has its own 'ping pong system with which you can set a clear ramped start and end point, and it will keep going until the battery runs out .

In addition to supporting shoots and supplying cameras, Visuals also are working to help the transition to suit workflow and post.

Custom Built Workstations

Built into a pelicase these are portable and taylormade to the specific workflows that productions need. They facilitate a smooth transition from camera to post house and allow Edit Assistants to use them on long form jobs.

Live Vision Mixing and Internet Streaming

This is a new offer from Visuals. A portable sustem with simple audio mixing, graphics and sting facility which allows you to Livestream to Youtube and Facebook to these massive potential audiences ! 

Visuals are also looking for potential lecturers - please get in touch on

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