I was on assignment for a project taking place on the island of Malta in the Mediterranean. I had just managed to pick up a Panasonic GH3 right before my flight and this was my first chance to play around with the camera. I had some free time and trekked down to St. Paul's Bay (one of the locations where St. Paul was rumored to be shipwrecked) and immediately saw how easily it would be to become shipwrecked here. The weather was incredibly volatile, but I managed to catch a stunning sunset. 5 minutes after I stopped filming it began hailing in sheets. Unreal.
Camera: Panasonic GH3
Lenses (used w/ Kipon EOS-m4/3 Canon EOS to Micro Four Thirds Lens Adapter w/ Aperture Control):
Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X
Canon 50mm f/1.8
Canon 70-200mm f/4
Asashi Pentax Takumar Super Multi-Coated 28// f/3.5
Note: The Kipon adapter works reasonably well, but if you are shooting in BRIGHT conditions, you have to stop the lens down via ND filters, otherwise you will catch heavy vignetting at the corners.
Loving the camera so far. Shot these clips in 60fps, edited and conformed in Adobe Premiere, coloring done with Magic Bullet Looks.
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