CamDo customer Bobby Gibson, who has been featured twice before in our blog, including this bridge construction time lapse project and this solar panel installation time lapse, recently shared his overview of the CamDo long term time lapse tools he has been using to capture his construction time lapse footage, namely the SolarX Time Lapse Enclosure.
Bobby's production company, In Blue Productions, is an aerial video capture and editing company that primarily captures construction time lapse footage in Utah. He was kind enough to include CamDo Solutions in his inaugural company video about the SolarX Solar Power Enclosure and share more about the product and how he uses it to create construction time lapse videos for his clients and for his own advertising purposes.
"I've used this [the SolarX Solar Power Enclosure] product a ton and I really liked it. It's a really great turnkey solution to get something quickly deployed, and to make sure that it can keep up with the rugged environment, whether that's weather or a construction site."
As Bobby mentioned in the video, the SolarX Solar Power Enclosure takes only about 15 minutes to put together with minimal use of tools, and can be tightened and modified with the hand screws on the actual product.
We also offer a sturdy Swivel Mount for mounting purposes for both the SolarX and DryX outdoor enclosures, perfect for securing the Enclosure for construction time lapse purposes as the swivel mount kit is made of marine grade aluminum. The kit consists of a 6" long straight swing arm on a vertical mounting base for attachment to a flat or rounded surface such as a wall or post. The opposing end is a ball socket used with the 1.5" ball mount plate that can be attached to our SolarX or DryX outdoor enclosure for ultimate aiming flexibility.
Bobby likes that the Swivel Mount gives him versatility and helps him to ensure that he's lining up the ideal vantage point on the construction time lapse projects that In Blue Productions is involved with.
"The great thing about this is that its so versatile. It rotates in every direction... so you can hook it to a pole and then turn the actual enclosure whichever direction you'd like. [The Swivel Mount] is actually one of my favorite parts: it lets you move it in any direction."
Thank you to Bobby for including us in your very first In Blue Productions video and for the in-depth and succinct overview of the SolarX Solar Power Enclosure and how it's been an integral tool in your construction time lapse efforts.
We'll certainly be seeing more of Bobby!
About Bobby Gibson:
Bobby Gibson owns and operates In Blue Productions; a full video production company that specializes in utilizing time lapse and aerial video techniques. Before this, Gibson worked as the Director of Marketing for Auric Solar. Here, he catapulted Auric Solar from a smaller, less well-known company to an industry leader. Major accomplishments during his three-year tenure at Auric include leading the company’s rebrand in 2015, launching Auric’s community relations program (Echo), and securing sponsorships with Major League Soccer teams in Oregon and Utah. He was named to Utah Business Magazine’s Forty Under 40 Class of 2017, which recognizes the state’s rising leaders. As a leader, he inspires creativity and motivates his team to work smart and work hard every day. Check out In Blue Productions on their website, Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.
When you hear "reef restoration", you likely tend to think about coral reefs and other underwater habitats in places like Australia or in South America, but the fact is that there are reefs of all different kinds (not just coral) throughout the world's oceans that are monitored, restored, and protected.
CamDo customer, Dr. Jon Svendsen with the Danish National Institute of Aquatic Resources, is part of one of these reef restoration projects, and recently shared the underwater time lapse footage from his team's current Marine Habitat Restoration project.
There are a few things synonymous with the town of Tofino, on Canada’s West Coast, including but certainly not limited to: surf culture, the rugged coastline, rain, refreshing, cold waters, Shelter Restaurant, Tacofino, Hot Springs, fishing and we bet that the newly opened Shed Restaurant becomes one, too!
The construction time lapse footage of Shed Restaurant featured in this blog was captured over 5 months using our purpose-built ShootX time lapse camera and CloudX Pro for remote monitoring of the construction site.