Aerial shots from a radio-controlled helicopter
A radio-controlled helicopter can be used to create
low-budget aerial shots, and to capture scenes in
places so narrow that only a toy helicopter can enter.
More expansive images can be taken by using a
wide-conversion lens (available soon from a third-party
Shots Employing a Variety of Functions
Shooting with a variable frame rate
It is easy to achieve slow- and fast-motion effects
using the overcranking and undercranking techniques
that were previously possible only with VariCam. Using
the native mode, you can also check the effects right
on the spot.
Simultaneous HD multi-angle shots can be taken with
comparatively low cost.
By selecting a different recording format for different
scenes, you can give each one a distinctive feel. The
AG-HVX200 is the first to provide 480, 720, and 1080
formats and both interlaced and progressive scanning
in a single camera.
HD progressive scanning for CG composites
The 720 and 1080 progressive HD images of the
AG-HVX200 can be easily used in composite images
with computer graphics or blue-back and green-back