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Shootsta provides the tools and resources to empower brands, governments and just about any organization to create high-quality video content cost-effectively at scale using a combination of production resources and online technology.

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Features

  • The Shootsta Kit includes a DSLR camera, LED light, tripod, mics, autocue and an iPad.
  • Upload video footage to the Shootsta online HUB along with any details needed for editing.
  • HUBs contain all video content and cutaways and the ability to create new branded projects
  • Video editing service can tailor a video for a 15 sec clip on Instagram

Pricing

Shootsta offers a number of packages and pricing options for projects of all sizes. Plans start at $3,800 a month and go all the way up to $14,800 a month and are based on the number of videos created.

Customers

Audible, Bupa, Moet Hennessy, Servicenow, Qantas, Oracle, BOC, Frasers Property, Toyota, Schneider Electric, Sanofi, John Holland, GSK

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Customers by Industry

  • Technology
  • Food & Beverage
  • Automotive
  • Pharmaceutical

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