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    Movie/Tv effect

    I was just wondering what the name of a certain effect is. The shot is used in numerous movies and tv shows. Basically the camera is attached to the actor and it stays on their face all the time while they are moving. If anyone knows the effects name or what the name of the peice of equipment they use is could you please post it.
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    Hi jeshe0

    I think these are what you were looking for


    http://http://www2.oregonscientific.com/shop/product.asp?cid=6&scid=14&pid=709
    http://http://www2.oregonscientific.com/shop/product.asp?cid=20&scid=77&pid=560

    Hope that helps.

    PS Don't forget to take a look at the interactive demo of the ATC2K!
    Last edited by nagar; 18th Feb 2007 at 10:12.

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    Yeah the second link is sort of it. The thing is i was watching smallville and they had the shot in it. The thing was the quality stayed the same making me think they they have created some sort of rig that they can attach cameras to. There is no way that the little helmet camera could produce the image that a 35mm panavision or ariflex film camera could do.

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    Agreed, but remember technology is moving in leaps & bounds by the seconds I'm typing this.

    Oregon Scientific is definitely not the only player in this market. During the National Day in Singapore (equivalent of 4th July in US), they'll usually have parachute specialists doing live jumps, and that's broadcast-quality footage, all strapped in a helmet. Maybe a series like The Amazing Race uses the OS stuff, and yeah, the new all-star series is on simul-cast both in US & Singapore!!! WOOHOO!

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