It doesn't matter if you're on a speeding boat, jumping off a building, or zooming through the air on a fighter; Gyro-stabilized Systems (GSS) makes some of the best gear for action film shoots.
The common stabilizing system for aerial filming is made to withstand speeds up to 135 knots and usually helicopter-mounted. But when Swedish aerial specialist, Peter Degerfeldt at Blue Sky—one of Scandinavia's premier aerial filming companies—challenged GSS to build something that could withstand at least 300 knots, aerial filming took a giant leap forward.
GSS's calling came when Saab Defense and Security required a film shoot from a Gripen fighter.
"Our philosophy is to push boundaries in everything we do," said Jonas Tillgren, Brand and marketing manager at Saab, according to the film's description. "In this case, we needed to do both still photography and footage at the same time to maximize outcome. One advantage of this system is that we can fly in speeds where Gripen flies more naturally."
Here is the result from the unprecedented shoot:
Video: Peter Degerfedt Blue Sky Aerial, Vimeo