One of the most highly decorated new offerings at NAB 2013 was Redrock Micro’s One Man Crew. You may remember our NAB 2013 Coverage and Redrock Micro’s debut of the OneManCrew.
If not, see it here: HDSLRShooter NAB 2013: Redrock Micro OneManCrew. At DV Expo, we caught up with Redrock to find out how the OneManCrew was being received, and were even updated on one of its most amazing updates, a time lapse setting, allowing you to do a 3 to 4 hour time lapse. We here at HDSLRShooter love timelapse production, and can’t wait to give it a spin…look for a follow up story coming soon.
Here’s more from Redrock Micro:
One Man Crew is extremely portable. Weighing in at only 14 pounds with the body dimensions of 46″ x 9″ x 4″, and the added convenience of a durable canvas carrying case, you can take it anywhere you need to go.
One Man Crew’s heavy duty tilt head includes precision markings and a bullseye level for precise, repeatable shots. It will mount to any camera or baseplate. The body will mount to any tripod.
The motorized controls are simple and intuitive, so you can begin working with One Man Crew right out of the box. It features a clearly marked variable speed dial, direction controls, and automatic functionality. It also features laser guides to accurately set distance to subject.
One Man Crew even knows to ease in and out when it changes direction so you don’t lose footage to bumps and shakes.
For more information, go to their website at: store.redrockmicro.com