Phantom Camera Technology Captures Extreme Slow Motion
This season, we're using the new Phantom Flex camera technology to capture on-snow action in new ways and bring a new look to this year’s movie.
New technology has touched just about every part of skiing, from evolving gear and outerwear used on the snow, to the way athletes train, and how filmmakers capture the skiers and snowboarders. This season, Warren Miller Entertainment made the decision to employ the relatively new Phantom Flex camera technology to capture on-snow action in new ways and bring a new look to next year’s WME feature film.
Airbags and Avalanche Safety
Some people have argued that an airbag is a false sense of security and could lead to skiers taking greater risks, but many industry experts disagree. By Brigid Mander
The idea for the airbag was developed in the 1970’s, by a German forest ranger. The company he formed is today known as ABS, one of the three major producers of airbags, along with Mammut/Snowpulse and BCA.
2012 K2 Demo Days at CMH
CMH's K2 Demo Trip has rapidly become one of the most fun things they do all year…and they do a lot of fun things, so that is saying something!
Gear for Powder Days
Next Years Skis
Ski Logik, DPS, Movement, and more discuss rocker, topsheet design, and a game-changing ski shape, all on camera.
Ski Logik : Ski Logik's art director Mariella discusses how she designs the topsheets.
Chairlift Interview: Jenn Berg
We skied with Mountain Hardwear and Volkl athlete Jenn Berg in her natural habitat: the mountains of Utah. She reveals her favorite line, ingredients for a perfect day, and plans for the season.
Jenn Berg is sweet. Like, want-to-pinch-her-cheeks sweet. But her skiing is anything but. For example, she only rides men’s skis: the Volkl Kuro, taller than she is, at 185 cms long. And with appearances in multiple Warren Miller Entertainment films and a long career as a big mountain skier, Jenn Berg is one of the most recognizable names in the game. We rode a chairlift in Utah with her to talk about life, skiing, and indecision.
What does your season look like?