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Animated Videos are the best way to tell your story from the customers perspective. The characters help demonstrate how your product or service relates to them, including the typical problems they face without your help. This video can be any length, and we price per minute of completed video – that includes scripting, narration, and concept. All we need from you is a direction and we can take care of everything else. Turnaround time is typically 2 weeks from brief to completion, and as far as animated video goes in Phoenix, we’re probably one of the fastest & most competitively priced!
This form of animation is ideal for you if any of the following apply:
- You hate being on camera
- Your concept is too abstract to film – something that isn’t tangible (IT concepts, cloud hosting, most things data related)
- It would cost to much to film the scenes you want to film with live action footage
- You’re a startup, or don’t have the actual complete process to film (yet) Think apps that are still in concept and not yet operating.
- You love cartoons
Here is a great example of a concept for an IT company called Trapp that had a unique approach to redundant internet service, that would have been boring if we had filmed a bunch of wires and blinking lights
Call today we’ll give you a quote!
We typically do Animated Explainer Videos in the Phoenix, AZ area, but since nothing needs to be done on-site, we can do this for you from anywhere!
Okay honestly, I knew the moment I bought a Canon C100, an upgrade would come out within the week – thank god I was wrong and instead this time I had over 10 days to play with it.
The most badass camera you can get in 2012, coming December 2014:
I really like Canon cameras for a billion reasons, the color, the quality, the ergonomics of the actual camera in your hand… But I never really get excited when they announce something new because while Panasonic GH3 goes from 1080p to 4k, XLR support, 120 fps slow motion, etc… Canon adds an internal mic (so you don’t have to use the handle’s tiny microphone) and 1080p 60fps… and the price goes back up to $5,500 dollars. But, to be fair, I would take these upgrades in a heartbeat. 1080 60p, a better viewfinder, better LCD (current one sucks ass) and Dual Pixel auto-focus while filming makes this my ideal camera… But for a new model, and new higher price?…
Compared to the original C100,
Here’s what the Canon C100 Mark II can do:
- 1080p 60 fps
- Better LCD/Viewfinder
Here’s what the new Canon can’t do:
- Get rid of AVCHD codec
- Shoot in 4k (even through HDMI output alone)
- Shoot higher than 60 fps
- Improve Dynamic Range
- A bit-rate higher than 24/mbps
- 4:2:2 internal color space
- A viewfinder that can TILT UPWARDS (or left or back, or anywhere other then behind the camera)
- Make me a cup of Ramen Noodle
Still a GREAT great camera, but worth the upgrade? I think I’m going to wait to get a used one and trade mine in way after it comes out in December 2014
Photos and info curtosy of THIS ARTICLE on nofilmschool.com
written by Alex Harris – Corporate Videographer in Phoenix and Scottsdale