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Biographical Information
Scott Strimple
Producer/Director, Cinema Aerial Visuals

Capt. Scott Strimple is an Airbus captain for United Airlines and an FAA check airman with more than 25,000 flight hours. Scott is among the most highly respected subject matter experts in small UA flight operations and is actively engaged in the process of defining sUA pilot certification standards, training requirements, and standards for operations over people that will influence the framework for regulation within the U.S. and abroad. He has over 40 years’ experience with radio control aircraft and and provides flight training across the country. In addition to his aviation experience, Scott is a director and Emmy award-winning filmmaker who is known for his expertise and teaching within the aerial photography and filmmaking arena. He is a frequent speaker on sUAS operations at film and photo industry events around the country.

Articles By Scott Strimple

Almost Live from NAB: Streambox Drone EncoderPro

CinemAerialVisuals' Scott Strimple interviewed Streambox's Bob Hildeman at the Streaming Media booth at NAB 2015 regarding Streambox's new Drone EncoderPro miniature encoder and its applications for live streaming of drone and aerial video.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 May 2015

Dawn of the Drone: An Aerial Video and Photo Primer

This article will introduce you to many of the areas that you will need to be versed in to assure safe and proficient operation of your aerial camera platform. Learn what you need to know before you fly, and fly safe!
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Mar 2015

10-bit Aerial Video Recording: Atomos’ Ninja Star

The Atomos Ninja Star is more than just a simple recorder and playback deck; it's a way to bypass the highly compressed codec of your camera and record straight to 10-bit 4:2:2 Apple ProRes, all on a device roughly the size of an iPhone and weighing in at just under 300 grams including the up-to-5 hr battery.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Sep 2014

How to Produce Professional Aerial Video, Part 2: Choosing a Gimbal and Capturing Stable, Usable Shots

In Part 2 of our 3 part series on mastering aerial video, we'll explore the challenges of choosing and assembling a gimbal system--ranging from DIY options to fully assembled kits--to ensure smooth and successful flight operation and capture stable, usable, professional-quality aerial shots, and also look at monitoring approaches and options.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Aug 2014

Flight Plan: How to Produce Professional Aerial Video, Part 1

Surging in popularity thanks to affordable, unmanned multirotor copters comfortably paired with cameras ranging from GoPros to DSLRs to REDs, aerial cinema is proving as effective a pro video tool as it is a cool hobby. But regardless of what "ready to fly" advocates tell you, there's no shortcut to aerial cinema coolness. This 3-part series will provide an essential primer in the technologies, tools, techniques, legal and practical concerns, and hidden challenges you'll face in aerial cinema as you prepare for takeoff.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jun 2014

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