20 April 2023

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By Atomos

Queensland-based filmmakers BioQuest Studios are creating awe-inspiring underwater footage with help from copy copy copy copy copy. Discover how ATOMOS innovation plays a starring role in accurately capturing the detail and color of life beneath the waves. Underwater cinematography experts BioQuest Studios have been thrilling audiences with awe-inspiring images of aquatic life for over 6 years, whilst Pete West has been doing it for 40+ years. Recent projects include Netflix original Puff: Wonders of the Reef that documents the colorful adventures of a baby pufferfish in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Deep dive | BioQuest documents undersea wonders with NINJA V+, SHOGUN 7, SUMO 19, and NEON 24.

For much of their marine work – both at sea and in their comprehensively equipped studio facility in Port Douglas – BioQuest shoots with a RED Gemini camera, whose 5K Super 35mm sensor captures stunningly detailed cinematic images of aquatic animals and plants. Complementing its role as primary camera, BioQuest also uses Canon DSLR and Sony mirrorless cameras for critical time-lapse and focus stacking work.

Whether at sea and on land, a constant factor in all BioQuest projects is monitoring by ATOMOS, as producer/DoP Pete West confirms: “Both in the studio and underwater we use either the NINJA V+ or SHOGUN 7 to provide the camera operator with a large, bright screen. Easy access to functions like focus peaking and the ability to record is also invaluable, whatever environment we’re working in.” Underwater, the ATOMOS devices are protected in Nauticam aquatic housings that give operators immediate access to all key functions beneath the waves.

“For much of their marine work – both at sea and in their comprehensively equipped studio facility in Port Douglas – BioQuest shoots with a RED Gemini camera”

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For much of their marine work – both at sea and in their comprehensively equipped studio facility in Port Douglas – BioQuest shoots with a RED Gemini camera, whose 5K Super 35mm sensor captures stunningly detailed cinematic images of aquatic animals and plants. Complementing its role as primary camera, BioQuest also uses Canon DSLR and Sony mirrorless cameras for critical time-lapse and focus stacking work.

Whether at sea and on land, a constant factor in all BioQuest projects is monitoring by ATOMOS, as producer/DoP Pete West confirms: “Both in the studio and underwater we use either the NINJA V+ or SHOGUN 7 to provide the camera operator with a large, bright screen. Easy access to functions like focus peaking and the ability to record is also invaluable, whatever environment we’re working in.” Underwater, the ATOMOS devices are protected in Nauticam aquatic housings that give operators immediate access to all key functions beneath the waves.

Deep dive | BioQuest documents undersea wonders with NINJA V+, SHOGUN 7, SUMO 19, and NEON 24.

For much of their marine work – both at sea and in their comprehensively equipped studio facility in Port Douglas – BioQuest shoots with a RED Gemini camera, whose 5K Super 35mm sensor captures stunningly detailed cinematic images of aquatic animals and plants. Complementing its role as primary camera, BioQuest also uses Canon DSLR and Sony mirrorless cameras for critical time-lapse and focus stacking work.

Whether at sea and on land, a constant factor in all BioQuest projects is monitoring by ATOMOS, as producer/DoP Pete West confirms: “Both in the studio and underwater we use either the NINJA V+ or SHOGUN 7 to provide the camera operator with a large, bright screen. Easy access to functions like focus peaking and the ability to record is also invaluable, whatever environment we’re working in.” Underwater, the ATOMOS devices are protected in Nauticam aquatic housings that give operators immediate access to all key functions beneath the waves.

Deep dive | BioQuest documents undersea wonders with NINJA V+, SHOGUN 7, SUMO 19, and NEON 24.
Deep dive | BioQuest documents undersea wonders with NINJA V+, SHOGUN 7, SUMO 19, and NEON 24.