I shot this in twenty minutes on the evening before my first pro shoot with the Sony PMW-F3 with the intention of getting used to the camera and satisfying myself I could competently operate it in front of my client. I also wanted to see how it performed in low light - and it performed extremely well, so much so that I overexposed several shots because I didn't believe what the monitor and zebras were telling me. I worked hand held with the Sony 50mm T/2.0 at ISO 800 & 1600 (6db - 12db) 24fps & 1/48 shutter.
I must emphasise; art this is not. I didn't intend to make anything from the footage and have only uploaded this to satisfy the curiosity of friends.
I was brutal with the grade, choosing black and white and over-the-top contrast in order to force grain.
You can read my initial impressions here: euanpreston.com/2011/03/25/sony-pmw-f3-my-impressions/
I'll follow shortly with further thoughts about this amazing camera.