Miller News - VOLUME 3, ISSUE 1
07 April 2003
It's now 12 pages and full of great stories from camera operators around the world using and abusing the complete Miller support range. Get the insights from DV Imagemakers working on documentarys and short films. You'll get updates on the progress of our most fearsome videographer Rambocam (aka Geoff Mackely from New Zealand) with the latest from his adventure-packed diary.
Withstanding withering cold extremes is the domain of Paul Gray in Tesoro, Alaska, who has imposed some interesting shooting challenges on himself while he documented the Iron Dog snowmachine race from go to woof.
The feature article for this issue is about award-winning Australian cinematographer Pieter De Vries and his current High Definition project shooting HD in some the world's most breathtaking locations. Piet also spreads the word about DV shooting in his DV Workshops.
There's also Multiple Murder cases from Canada receive a top-down coverage when Gary Hanney utilises the ultra-high Sprinter XL tripod to shoot over tall obstacles; Torching success for Miller and Black Magic Media covering the Torch Run to the Commonwealth Games in Manchester; Nature Documenaries from Germany and a new column, Terry Tips, which provides care esseantials and handy maintenance hints for Miller users.
Service is now available in the UK Office and Mitcorp and Top Teks feature as the UK representatives for the retrospective news pages of this issue. Rounding out theissues is plenty of customer and dealer profiles rom Europe and the United States.
Our Country spotlight for this issue is on Portugal with Miller dealer, Emilio De Campos, highlighting a few of their recent customers - all deliriously overjoyed with their Miller tripod purchase.