My way to SONY
We always aimed at the result, usually we make video with limited budget that's why can’t buy and use camera like RED (cost ±100k$). We show ourselves us a company that always made hight quality product. Now I'll tell how it began and how we achieved that.
When I took Sony in my hands for the first time, I nearly broke my fingers trying to push the record button.
It was a bit uncomfortable to hold which amazed me for the next couple of weeks.
However, after the very first hour of filming on it I had completely forgotten that inconvenience.
Neither battery nor ergonomics worried me.
It was all about the shots, I have never seen such a deep range.
Whatever I’ve been shooting, it all turned into a real movie.
During the course of three months this camera changed the life of our company and the projects in which we were interested.
We began to film advertisement; like big companies film on “RED”, but we had our own “mini RED” i.e. the Sony A7s as it helped us get the same quality picture but in all the other ways.
This camera is small and light but at the same time has a huge potential. People who are not interested in professional work often buy it having no clue that what they hold in their hands turns every shot into a movie scene.
Microphone is another advantage, I have no idea how Sony managed to accomplish this but the recorded sound is beyond any expectations.
Now we film on SONY A7sll We bought them as soon as they were introduced on the market.
The best impressions were given to us by the 4k video, image stabilization, low native ISO, and the ability to charge from Power Bank.
It has the best price/quality correlation.
Recently we filmed not commercial video about Lux cars and the hot weather added to the problem of matrix overheating but as soon as I upgraded the software, the problem disappeared. Nevertheless, the camera acted really professional throughout the shoot.
Everything but air shots was filmed on hand cameras without additional stabilization equipment. I’m looking forward to trying the new A9.
Sony, thank you so much. Videography started with you.
MUSIC: Tom Sue, Zac Singer - The Grid
Filmed on SONY AS7II
Filmed by MOVIE PARK