Fletch is an Emmy award-winning director of photography. His first documentary won the Chicago Film Festival, his last documentary, ‘Google Me the Movie’, was spotlighted on ‘Oprah’. Fletch’s documentary, “Thomas Gilcrease”, won a Gold Medal from the National Academy of Western Art.
Fletch has shot over 200 films in 25 countries; commercials for Coors, Kawasaki, Alpine, Universal Studios Jaws to 90-minute documentaries. Fletch has used a number of cameras: Panavision, Mitchell, Cinemascope, and Arriflex to shoot hand-held, car-to-car, and helicopter shots. Fletch is the President of The Association and the Founder of the L.A.-based Canon Boot Camp.
The Association is an award-winning film and video production company, which produces the Canon Boot Camp. The Association has produced videos and films worth over $30 million…commercials for Coors Light, Universal Studios, Kawasaki Jet Ski’s, Princess Cruises, Crystal Cruises and Celebrity Cruise Lines, as well as cinemascope videowall projects for Boeing, Duty Free Shoppers, McIntosh, Alpine and others. The Association has been shooting with the 5D and 7D for the last three years on projects for Disney, Taco Bell, Intel, Toshiba.
Fletch Murray/CineBootCamp commented on Canon 5D Mark III Continuous Raw Video with Magic Lantern (1920x1280 24p)
Congrats. We're all curious as to the workflow. Could you realistically use this on a shoot, i.e. press the movie button and it records etc. How long can it roll on one record cycle? How much card space does a one minute shot take up? Thanks,…