Wildlife Director of Photography in Vietnam. DoP, 4K camera crew, drone operator, sound.

Wildlife Director of Photography in Vietnam. DoP, 4K camera crew, drone operator, sound.

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June 10, 2024
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WILDLIFE FILMS VIETNAM, DIRECTOR & DoP PETER SCHEID | FLORA & FAUNA in Vietnam -| Wildlife documentary film shooting | Dop/Director of photography, camera crew, sound, aerial drone shooting service based in Ho Chi Minh City & Hanoi.
Equipment: Sony PXW FX9, Sony 7S3 & Ronin gimbal, DJI Phantom 4 drone, Sachtler tripods, Sennheiser wireless & shotgun microphones.

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In 2024/25 Peter Scheid will shoot for wildlife documentary film projects in:
Yemen, Socotra Island,
Botswana, Okavango Delta,
Vietnam, Dao Tien in the Cat Tien National Park, Ha Long, Ninh Binh, Mekong Delta.

CONTACT us to shoot your documentary film or corporate video project in Vietnam:

Offshore Media Productions Corporate & Documentary Films Vietnam Ltd.
Filmmaker/Director/Cameraman/Photographer/Drone Operator
Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi - Viet Nam
Phone +84 918 921 258 WhatsUp
Email: [email protected]
Showreel Vietnam:
Industrial drone showreel:
Documentary showreel Vietnam:
Photo Show:
Showreel Wildlife:
Showreel tropical forest:

Fully 4k, 6k equipped director, dop, cameraman, aerial drone video, photographer:
1. BOSIET certification to film offshore
2. TSbB certificate to shoot on ships, rigs, maritime construction sites
3. HUET certificate to shoot from helicopter (underwater escape training)
8. FULL PPE (personal protective equipment)

Sony PXW FX9 camera, monitor, lens 28 - 135 F4 G H
Sony PXW FS5 camera, monitor, lens 18 - 105
Sony FDR-AX700 4K cameras
Sony FDR-AX100 4K camera
Sony Alpha 7S III camera
Sony Alpha 1 camera, lenses
Dji Ronin RS 4 Pro Combo gimbal
Dji Ronin S gimbal
GoPro Hero 9 Black & all extras
Sachtler tripods
360 degree panorama tripod
Canon DSLR lenses, under water housing
DJI Phantom 4 Prof. drones, 12 batteries (2 drones)
DJI Mavic drones
LED panels light set, 3x tripods, 5 hour batteries
IFootage S camera slider
ABC travel crane & Sachtler tripod+spider, monitor
Sony UWP wireless microphones
Sennheiser wireless microphones
Sennheiser shotgun microphones
Sennheiser headphones
Editing studio & shooting facilities, seamless, light sets

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By: Peter Scheid, Cameraman Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam
Title: Wildlife Director of Photography in Vietnam. DoP, 4K camera crew, drone operator, sound.
Sourced From: www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvTFv_sYMRU

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