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  • Darsteller: CPT Wolfgang Raebiger, CPT Claus Richter, SFO Anne-Katrin Kramm
  • Regisseur(e): Thomas Aigner
  • Format: Dolby, PAL
  • Untertitel: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Spanisch, Chinesisch
  • Bildseitenformat: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Anzahl Disks: 1
  • FSK: Freigegeben ohne Altersbeschränkung
  • Studio: HDC de © 2014
  • Erscheinungstermin: 24. März 2014
  • Spieldauer: 146 Minuten
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.8 von 5 Sternen 47 Kundenrezensionen
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 44.442 in DVD & Blu-ray (Siehe Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Highlights: EPGS fault, Kleiner Fehler - schnelle Reparatur | Was hat die MD-11F, was andere nicht haben | ABNORMAL ist hier nur die Liste | Wolkenslalom am Äquator | 7 Airpots in 140 Minutes | Vogelschlag in Sao Paulo | Karriere Dank Oma Käthe | Zeig mir, wo die Rosen sind | Quito SEQU - Airport shut down, forever | Center Accessory Compartment; Der Commander im Maschinenraum | Hör mal wer da spricht; Die Geschichte der Stimme aus dem Hintergrund |::| Das beste aus 20.000 Flugmeilen in 10 Tagen - Südamerika Roundtrip |::| Route: 1. FRA - Frankfurt 2. DKR - Dakar 3. VCP - Sao Paulo 4. MAO - Manaus 5. UIO - Quito, central city (meanwhile closed) 6. BOG - Bogota 7. BQN - Puerto Rico 8. FRA - Frankfurt


The view from the cockpit of a large airplane has always fascinated people. Unfortunately, with today s security regulations, it is an experience denied most of us as airline passengers. Thomas Aigner, a former television journalist and media entrepreneur, offers a solution with his documentation film project PilotsEYE.tv. He views the flight through the extreme wide angle of the Compact Prime CP.2 lens series from ZEISS. From the coveted middle seat between captain and co-pilot, Aigner s film crew directs the filming eye of the brand-new CP.2 15 mm/T2.9 lens, which is combined with compact HD professional movie cameras. That lets the viewer see exactly what is happening during the flight through the eyes of the pilot. PilotsEYE.tv made its debut on the market in the fall of 2006. Aigner s basic idea was to produce high-quality film content in HD which could be used as material for future HD television networks, for example for programming post-primetime, late at night or after midnight. The project benefits greatly from Aigner s personal enthusiasm for flying. I was able to sit in the cockpit when I was younger, and that was always so fascinating. On the one hand, I was fascinated by the pilots precision. At the beginning of the flight, they talk to each other as if normal manners were completely alien to them. But that s normal during the so-called procedures , as well as during maneuvers like take-off and landing. But the closer you get to cruising speed, the more human they become. A normal airline passenger can only experience such close-up moments in the cockpit through Aigner s camera. His movies contain no voiceover and as a result, the situation you see in the cockpit is completely authentic. In addition to the video material in HD, Aigner s team also captures on eight sound tracks every noise in the cockpit, from the commands during take-off and landing to the radio communication to the pilots relaxed conversation after they reach their cruising altitude. We also film entire transatlantic flights, says Aigner. Many hours of film material have been created in this way. Aigner selects the best aeronautical and optical highlights from the material, edits them into a 120-minute film and brings them to market in DVD and Blu-ray format. Thirteen movies shot in commercial and passenger airplanes have already been produced this way and are available in bookstores and selected airport shops. Setting up the equipment onboard takes around six hours. The cameras and lenses are fixed in the cockpit. With the CP.2 15 mm/T2.9 in combination with the EOS C 300, only one vacuum cup is needed to mount them safely. Aigner especially likes the fact that he can also use his CP.2 lens to take pictures with an EOS 5 D Mark III. It means I only need bring half as many lenses with me because the CP.2 can be switched one-to-one between the video cameras and the still cameras. Aigner s team consists of just three people, with Aigner operating as both director and assistant. A professionally-trained cameraman and a third colleague accompany him on all productions. There is room for two of them in the cockpit, while the third person works from the passenger cabin, taking care of, for example, the film images above the wings, GPS logging, and interval images. About: Thomas Aigner (48) began his career as a radio and television journalist and moderator with the Austrian (ORF, Ö3) and German broadcasters (ZDF, ARD, Tele5, Vox). Today he is a media entrepreneur, lecturer and film producer. Since 1995, he has successfully led his company AignerMEDIA, which produces contemporary and digital media content. He is currently concentrating on the PilotsEYE.tv project described in this blog. --CameraLensBlog


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