Several techs and assistants from Boa Solutions' CaptureTek team try out an original neck strap from world's largest production SLR, the Fuji GX680. It inspires them to do street photography with a camera that is very obviously not designed to be hand-held, but can be. Together with the most powerful hand-held flash available, the historic "potato-masher" Metz 60 CT-4, on a small Chimera softbox, with a radio slave, they head out to the craziness of Toronto, Canada's Kensington Market, and the "Pedestrian Sundays" event, full of..ahem.."colorful" characters. To document it, they take out the Canon 5D Mark II out for a run to shoot video for the first time for them, and then Peter edits the footage in Final Cut Pro, only his second time using it...with no training. This is the result.