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My promo film for Operation Sandstorm, which was a 36hour Milsim event held at STANTA FIBUA site by Tier 1 Military Simulations.

 

 

Basho

 

 

Very cool B)

Edited by Warbear

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This is great! Awsome building!

Funny how some of these guys are asleep and you wake them up by shooting them!

I dig the way that guy surprises you at 4.01mn (you can see the little cloud of gas as he hits you) ;)

Thx

 

Pistols rule!

Edited by Mack Bolan

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Great vid Eggle!! This is brilliant!!

So good to see the kids skirmishing in the forest too :), here in France the law doesn't allow it and prefers the kids to stay in front of the screen watching tv or doing God knows what else!

Many thanks!

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Great vid Eggle!! This is brilliant!!

So good to see the kids skirmishing in the forest too :), here in France the law doesn't allow it and prefers the kids to stay in front of the screen watching tv or doing God knows what else!

Many thanks!

Thanks very much! I have a couple of others on my channel, but I think this is my favourite. I normally play for a half a day then film the second half.

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+1 on the cinematography. 720P 60fps then slowed down right?

The only thing that bothers me a bit is the shaking. Are you using a stabilizing mount of any kind?

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yep, I used a Glidecam HD4000. The shaking if most likely because I was putting myself right in the middle of the action and was getting shot to s***. I think I get hit more while filming that actually playing.

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Very nice, and I like the contrast with the music. Although I second the stabilization thing. Feels not so much shaky as wobbly, like the balance of the rig is off.

 

edit: that said, I know how hard it is to remain stable when you're trying to capture live gameplay.

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Yeah, I think most of it is because I'm shooting on the go, I don't have a plan and I'm not able to plan out each shot as it is airsoft and its unpredictable. Some of the other wobbly shots are down to the focus pulling, I was using a sigma 30mm which doesn't have a built in stabilizer, so when pulling focus it picks up every little bit of movement.

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I'm not sure if this thread is a videos thread for skirmish/gameplay videos only or any type of video, but here is a bulk post of my airsoft videos so far, and you can check out whichever ones you like of these. Sorry if anyone sees this as a spam post, I see it as: awesome viewing material for the weekend!

 

EDIT: Or not, seems to be a limit of how many videos I can post. So I will just put up my latest two videos, and you can check out the others from my YT channel!

 

 

NonEx - RA Tech Kimber Royal II vs. RS Kimber Royal II - Shapes and Styles

 

NonEx - RA Tech Kimber Royal II - Parts Material Overview - Steel or Not Steel ?

 

 

Enjoy!

Edited by NonEx

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Here's the video of our latest Zulu R-Soft Team squirmish event: "L'Hosto de la Mort III" - The Hospital of Death III!

30th september 2012

Pistols and pumps only

45 players

Teams: As de Trèfle, Death Face, DeltaForce17, LGC, SealsTeam6, Wolf Co. & Zulu R-Soft Team

Video: Ketchup (thx) - first time editing on Sony Vegas

Please comment.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUXBJO67iHk

Edited by Mack Bolan

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