Since 1984, Las Vegas-based FlightLine Films has been providing aerospace, live television and motion picture producers with the highest quality in aerial cinematography services, and the company has pioneered visual documentation services for the privatization of space travel advances in the 21st century.
Flightline offers zero-gravity qualified crews and HD cameras for use in the cold vacuum of space, as well housings that allow even traditional cameras to operate in that hostile environment.
Flightline is designing and building the camera systems to document the Red Bull Stratos mission from multiple perspectives, with mounts on a ground-based tracker, in an airborne tracking system, in the capsule, and on Felix Baumgartner’s pressure suit.
FLIGHTLINE FILMS SERVICES:
› Ground based tracking using JLAIR self contained Mobile Optical Units.
› Traditional documentary crews for interviews, B-roll, and other components required for program production.
› Helicopter based systems include Gyron, Cineflex, Wescam and Eclipse camera mounts.
› Fixed wing mounts such as Lear Jet based Vectorvision. Temporary recording systems for military aircraft.
› Internally and Externally mounted HD cameras and transmitters for sub-orbital spacecraft.
› Crews experienced with working in zero gravity.
Blue Origin Will Live Stream Its Next Rocket Launch For The First Time
June 17th, 2016 - Van Horn, TX
Stay tuned ...FlightLine Films will be providing the live webcast coverage using our long-range optical tracking units (JLAIRs) and multiple launch/landing pad cameras for the next Blue Origin mission to space. The live event will take place on Sunday, June 19th from Blue Origin's launch facility in Van Horn, Texas. Good luck New Shepard!
For further infomration and to view the live webcast, tune in at 9:45am (ET) on Sunday June 19th at BlueOrigin.com
For media inquiries, please email FlightLine Films at firstname.lastname@example.org
Long Range Camera System Captures First-Ever Rocket Booster to Space and Back
Dec. 29, 2015 - Las Vegas, NV
On November 23, two proprietary JLAIR long range optical tracking systems owned and operated by FlightLine Films successfully recorded the first time a rocket booster flew to space and returned for a vertical landing back on Earth. Blue Origin launched its New Shepard space vehicle to an altitude of 329,839 feet and FlightLine Films was hired to capture the entire ascent, separation and then landing of both the crew capsule and booster.
Head-to-Head Wingsuit 4-Cross Racing - Red Bull Aces 2015
October 24, 2015 - Northern, CA
Red Bull Aces Finals today! The World's first Four Cross Wingsuit Race. Moving Images by FlightLine Films. Airborne Images. Replay XD. Red Bull Media House
see the video in our gallery