This modification itself was first reported earlier this summer, an example of which can be found here, https://tomantosfilms.com/19001/blackmagic-pocket-cinema-camera-4k-flip-....
From a journalistic standpoint, I'm curious did Tilta purchase the original company's tech/design? Was the original concept being floated by a subsidiary of Tilta as a soft launch to see if there was market interest?
It just seems that an article reporting on what's already been reported without further context is a miss.
A great find. The choreography involved in that camera work and blocking is amazing.
Point 3 is the most important. A contract and, at the very least, a retainer (even given the time frame) are essential. If it was that important to produce the music video so quickly, then the artist or his manager should make the deposit before production began. Even in a worst-case scenario, production could happen, but no editing of the footage would be done until payment had been made.
But you can use these animations in non-monetized projects for YouTube, no? Festival shorts, et cetera.
#auditionlife - My entry into the #TIFFXINSTAGRAM Film Fest Competition. Please show it some IG love with a double tap.
@joe lawton - Sent you a tweet about this.