With the RED ONE digital cinema camera, Mercury Labs has brought a bit of Hollywood to St. Louis. St. Louis has been on the map before with Judy Garland staring in the classic musical "Meet Me in St. Louis", with St. Louis actress Annie Wersching starring in “24” and with George Clooney bringing Hollywood to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in “Up in the Air.”
Mercury Labs now brings to you the Hollywood quality cinematography. These days, big budget (and low budget) movies are no longer shot on film. The "film" biz has gone digital. St. Louis has gone digital as well.
RED® cameras are quickly becoming the standard for Hollywood filmmakers. "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides." "Contagion," "Angels & Demons" even "The Muppets" were all shot on RED cameras.
Mercury Labs now joins the RED Revolution bringing digital cinematography to St. Louis. Over the past two years, we've helped revolutionize how videos are being shot and seen.
When it comes to brand videos, web videos, commercials and TV, quality content really shines through.
From business-to-business videos like St. Louis International Airport to the innovative, like this video for The California Autobody Association to the deeply delicious action shown in this commercial for Tuaca Liqueur to our own wildly creative commercial, Liquid Mercury, the RED ONE® camera shows details other cameras simply can't.
If you're curious about what your brand will look like with the RED ONE, give us a call!
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