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Vidifly Taking Aerial Video In A Whole New Level
by John A. Lahtinen
Adam Pemberton and Scott Benton like to play with remote control helicopters.
But, don’t be fooled. The helicopters this duo uses are a far cry from the ones you find in the window display at your local Brookstone store.
Pemberton is managing partner and Benton is partner and creative director of Vidifly (www.vidifly.com), a Wilton aerial video production company the two started back in 2010 that flies remote controlled multi-rotor helicopters with high definition cameras.
Aerial Video On The Rise
Vidifly was recently interviewed for a story in Fairfield County Business Journal
By: Jennifer Bissell Posted date: February 15, 2013
In: Fairfield, Featured, Marketing, Real Estate
Vidifly is a new aerial video service that uses miniature drone helicopters to take video and photos of properties and events. Image courtesy of Vidifly.
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s a flying camera?
For businesses looking to get a new perspective for their marketing, one Wilton-based company suggests taking the bird’s-eye view.
Vidifly, launched by software developer and marketing firm Metabulus L.L.C., is a new aerial video service that uses miniature drone helicopters to take video and photos of properties and events.
Vidifly In The Norwalk Hour
Vidifly was recently covered in the Norwalk Hour
Watch the video here.
Posted: Monday, February 18, 2013 8:45 pm | Updated: 10:27 am, Tue Feb 19, 2013.
By MATT KIERNAN
Hour Staff Writer | 1 comment
WILTON — Since the beginning of video production, aerial videography has been an expensive endeavor for moviemakers looking to capture an “impossible-to-get” shot. Producers spend thousands of dollars to rent a helicopter and pilot to fly a cameraman over movie sets, inflating a sometimes tight budget in the process.
But Hollywood and many marketing firms are catching on to a new technology called “unmanned aerial vehicles.” The remote-controlled miniature helicopters are capable of recording video flyovers without the need for piloted aircrafts.
“You get this incredible, smooth, inviting experience,” said Scott Benton, partner of the Wilton-based software company Metabulus, LLC’s videography service Vidifly, last Thursday.
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Vidifly did a great job producing the promotional video for Insports. We have many different sports to capture, and they got it all using a mix of handheld cameras, GoPro, and drones to really show case our facility. Thanks for the quick turnaround and a great final video that we ultimately used on our website, and Facebook sites.Peter Corbett