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Society of Camera Operators Announces the 2022 Technical Achievement Award Recipients

The Society of Camera Operators (SOC) is pleased to announce that the recipients of the 2022 Society of Camera Operators Technical Achievement Award are the renowned Motion Impossible, AGITO Remote Dolly Systems and Cinema Devices, Ergorig System.

To qualify for a SOC Technical Achievement Award the technical development and the company and/or individuals must endure a rigorous judging process and review from eight SOC members during the Award Judging Day, which was hosted on January 15, 2022.
“We are truly honored that each year the showing of technologies presented gets more and more impressive,” shared Eric Fletcher, SOC, Technical Committee Chair. “The judges have a tough job of selecting the top technical development. Whether it’s completely new, important, a lasting device or technique, or even a significant improvement on an existing equipment or product, the innovation from all the companies is truly unbelievable.”

AGITO Remote Dolly System

Both recipients, Motion Impossible, AGITO Remote Dolly Systems and Cinema Devices, Ergorig System, will be celebrated and acknowledged during the upcoming virtual 2022 Society of Camera Operators Awards Celebration on Saturday, March 5, 2022. The virtual gathering will also celebrate the nominees and winners of the Camera Operator of the Year Awards for Film and Television. A true celebration of the art and craft of camera operators over the last year.

The virtual Awards Celebration is free to attend and open to SOC membership and the community at large. Reserve your seat today. For further information about the SOC’s Annual Society of Camera Operators Awards Celebration, visit SOC.Org.

Written by Clint Milby

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