This film was improvised after a short chat over a cup of coffee, with my friend Christian, who is playing the fugitive. We spend an hour filming it and the rest only me took a few hours. The initial idea was to take the camera, which is the recently released Sony PXW-FS5, for a test run. We decided on a conventional flight from danger scene, with a mysterious object, which is imbued with excessive value by the storytelling, but is in fact... Did you really think I was going to tell you?
Anyway, the whole thing is shot using Leica M lensens, primarily the 50mm Summilux and also the 28mm Summicron for a few slightly wider shots. It's all recorded in HD422 10-bit internally using Slog3.cine colour settings and gamut. For the sake of viewer friendliness I gave it a quick run over in Davinci Resolve 12, but didn't grade each clip individually. Am I lazy? You might very well think so, but I couldn't possibly give heed to such speculations. For me, the point of this camera is mainly it's ease of use and the possibility of a fast workflow, which doesn't need a crew of more than one.