My crew and I traveled to Key West to shoot Small Island, Big Water, which we couldn’t have accomplished without the stabilization of the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II — both the horizontal and vertical shifts. The camera’s slow-motion function and weather-proofed body gave us the freedom we needed to get up close and personal with island life (read: alligators).

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Point of View

In this series, Olympus asked Vimeo filmmakers to explore the world around them and invite the viewer into the experience. Each filmmaker has their own point of view, but are all connected by the power and portability of their Olympus OM-D camera.

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Stacia Arbet

Stacia Arbet

I loved this, it's innocent, charming and how it was filmed. Bravo!

Hakim Benkrid

Hakim Benkrid Plus

Love your short behind the scenes narration. I am preparing several takes inside a moving car. Your DP handling of the small camera is great and the footage is very nice. No reason to purchase or rent expensive gear. I will try to experiment with my Canon C100 (although much bigger and heavier) and see if I can achieve similar results inside a car. What lenses should I experiment with and even though lighting is a must, what would you suggest in the lighting department as well.
Many Thanks,
Hakim
Allentown, PA (USA)

Caribe Activo

Caribe Activo

Love this video. Witch are the lenses used? Thanks in advance

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