New footage at Framepool: Spectacular Aerials shot by an extraordinary team.

Thomas Markert and Sven Schmid  are not only engineers and filmmakers, but also extreme sports athletes and globetrotters. Our newest team of footage suppliers have created jaw-dropping HD footage with self-constructed multicopters containing active gyro-stabilized systems. No matter what terrain they are faced with, the two founders of “Aerovista” are able to handle their drones with ease and apparently have no fear of heights! Watch the reel but be aware, it’s not for the faint of heart.

Aerovista shoots with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, almost entirely in the lossless Cinema DNG Raw format. 13 stops of dynamic range make it perfect for creative color correction and showing each single detail of both snowy peaks and dark valleys.

By the way, if you prefer the raw material, you can get it from Framepool on request.

From an early age, Thomas Markert loved to build and construct remote control airplanes and rockets. As a designing engineer for aircraft engines, Thomas gained expert knowledge which he then put to use to professionally develop Aerovista camera copters.

Mountains have always been the passion of Sven Schmid. In his book “Journey into the Unknown”, Sven writes about his bicycle adventure, a trip from Argentina to Canada. Dr Schmid’s knowledge is based on many years working as design engineer in aerospace technology in Germany, the USA, and in Brazil.

Aerovista Footage online at Framepool and ready for download