David Knight - 11th Feb 2014

DECODE - suppliers of camera, lighting and grip equipment for the UK film and TV industry – are hosting a special open day in Soho in London's West End next Tuesday, February 18th, to demonstrate the awesome qualities of the Freefly MoVI M10 - the handheld 3-axis digital stabilised camera gimbal that redefines the possibilities for camera movement.

All camera professionals – and music video directors and producers – are welcome to attend this free event, and to experience the MoVI M10 system first-hand. Expert advice will be available, with a rig set up and ready to try, so that visitors can discover the fantastic potential of the MoVI M10 system for themselves.

"Believe the hype, we can confirm it," says DECODE Operations Director Tony Shocash. "It does what it says on the tin! And it is awesome!"

As well as providing expert advice in a relaxed environment, DECODE staff will show the different configurations available on the rig, in both manual and by wireless remote control. And after giving the MoVI M10 a test-drive, visitors can then choose between watching the results on a live feed via a monitor.

"We can assure you it will be a fun event and most importantly, you will leave fired up with ideas," adds Tony.

The open day next Tuesday, February 18th is an excellent opportunity for anyone who has wanted to get a feel for the MoVI M10 rig, but has not been able to get their hands on one at a trade show. And it is free to attend. You just need to send an RSVP to DECODE - and to discover the exact location of the open day in Soho.

So send an email with your RSVP, your name and number – and how many in your party plan to attend the open day – to Teresa at teresa@decodeuk.com.

• This article is sponsored by DECODE 

David Knight - 11th Feb 2014

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