NCAA Bracket

Director Drew Watkins and DP Jordan McMonagle brought to life this unique point-of-view of a NCAA bracket for Turner Sports. Along with Key Grip, Lester Dragstedt, McIntosh Productions developed a rig that would allow the camera to be held at arms length, tossed...and trashed. The spot demanded a compact, lightweight camera...and the Canon 5D and 14mm prime fit the bill perfectly. Wireless video transmitted by a Teradek Cube allowed the images to be monitored in realtime.

Digital SLRs and POV

With their small size, low cost and unique capabilities, Digital SLRs are a very useful tool for aquiring images that were previously impossible.

Don't forget the cameras' time lapse abilities as well...shooting RAW high-resolution stills is the most versitle way to shoot high-quality time lapse.

Still Cameras

  • 2 x Canon 5D Mark II cameras
  • 2 x Canon 7D cameras
  • 1 x Canon 1D Mark IV camera
  • 1 x Canon T2i camera
  • 5 x Canon Intervalometers
  • 7 x 32GB CompactFlash Cards
  • 2 x 64GB CompactFlash Cards
  • Chrosziel matte boxes, baseplates, and a wide selection of filters
  • SmallHD monitor
  • 2 x Blackmagic HDMI to HD-SDI converters
  • TV Logic 7" monitor
  • Anton Bauer power


  • Canon 14mm f/2.8L
  • Canon 15mm Fisheye
  • Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L
  • Canon 50mm f/1.2L
  • Canon 10-22mm
  • Canon 24-70 f/2.8L
  • Canon 24-105 f/4L
  • Canon 70-200 f/2.8L IS
  • Canon 1.4x extender
  • Zeiss ZE 21mm f/2.8
  • Zeiss ZE 35mm f/2.8



GoPro HD Hero POV cameras