My grandfather's a photographer himself and decided to dust off his old Leica R4 to show off to my cousin, who took it out back and shot a roll of Fuji 200. I documented, of course.
Shot hand held in 720p. Everything in color is slow-mo, because...it's awesome, frankly. The D600 blows away my old DSLR (a Nikon D40) and the video quality is superb. It's the camera I've been waiting for and I couldn't be happier. Filmed over the course of 45 minutes, and edited in about the same amount of time. Effects and rendering were a bit longer.
I asked my grandfather what I should call the video.
Him: "What is it called now?"
Me: "I named the project file 'Nikon D600 test'."
Him: "Well, that's no good. Let me think of something."
So "A Waverley Afternoon" it is.
Camera: Nikon D600
Lenses: Nikkor 50/1.8D, and I think there's a Nikkor 28/2 Ai-S in there somewhere (the opening shot?)
Music: Cinematic Orchestra "That Home"
Edited entirely in Adobe Premiere CS6