Wildlife cinematographer Casey Anderson is constantly challenging himself to capture imagery of the most incredible animals on the planet with a camera arsenal that ranges from Sony NEX-FS700s to FLIR infrared and other super-low-light night cameras.
Recently Anderson used a Sachtler Ace L tripod in Alaska, recording footage of grizzly bears for National Geographic. “At any given time we’d have to bolt away from an approaching bear,” he recalls. “The Ace L is lightweight for easy getaways, but sturdy and steady for smooth, solid shots. It’s simply the perfect combination of low weight for run-and-gun coupled with an amazing design for filming.”