A short film shot at Panther Beach in Northern California with the Canon 5D Mk II, the Panasonic Lumix GH1, and the Panasonic HVX-200.
Shot by Doug Smith and Ben Bunch
Edited by Ben Bunch
Production Assistant: Nick Rood
The goal of the film is to show the different capabilities of each camera in a way that is interesting to watch and has more artistic value than chart tests or side-by-side shots.
The lenses and camera used for each shot are listed on each shot, a version without the text is coming soon.
The 5D footage was shot 1080/30p, slowed to 24p with Cinema Tools.
The HVX footage was shot 1080/24p and 720p for the time-lapse. Utilized Letus Extreme 35mm adapter for most shots.
The GH1 footage was shot 720/60p, converted to 24p with Compressor or straight in the timeline in Final Cut Pro depending on the shot.
Footage was edited in a 720p timeline.
Edited in Final Cut Pro.
Color Graded in Magic Bullet Looks.
Music: "The Ocean (Sun Version)" by The Bravery from "The Sun and the Moon Complete."
Please feel free to post any comments or questions.