360 degree shooting for mdr (Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk)

Today we went to Leipzig for a 360 degree shooting for mdr. For this job we used the Z CAM S1 Pro Cinematic VR Camera. There was also a professional on site who supported us in recording the sound. It was fascinating to experience the orchestra at close range.

Here are a few impressions of the project:
City-Hochhaus Leipzig
City-Hochhaus Leipzig
Gewandhaus
Gewandhaus
Michael Radeck (left) with a sound expert (right) during the sound setup
Michael Radeck (left) with a sound expert (right) during the sound setup
Room Setup
Room Setup
Camera Setup Z-Cam
Camera Setup Z-Cam
Cagatay Oezbay (left) Michael Radeck (right) ready for action
Cagatay Oezbay (left) Michael Radeck (right) ready for action

The MDR-Sinfonieorchester (in English, MDR Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra) is a German radio orchestra based in Leipzig. It is the radio orchestra of Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk, the public broadcaster for the German states of Thuringia, Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt. In addition one of the oldest Radio orchestras in the world and the oldest in Germany. It was founded in Leipzig, Germany in 1923 (9 months earlier than the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra). Apart from a short interruption during World War II, it has been the main orchestra of the Central German Broadcasting Company (MDR) since 1924. The orchestra performs concerts in Leipzig at the Gewandhaus.

All in all, it was a successful project in which we had the opportunity to experience the MDR Symphony Orchestra in person and of course for the 360 degree shooting for mdr.

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