I shot this for a friend of mine who is selling his apartment. We did this as a test to see how it can be done and what to think about. It will also be used on the real estate homepage (http://is.gd/oSLIYN).
It also gave me the opportunity to test the AF101 for the first time. Since I already had shot some of the footage a couple days earlier with the 5D MkII, my goal was to match the AF101 footage with the 5D. The video's footage is about 50/50 from each camera.
We used the Kessler Crane Pocket Dolly 2.0 with the Oracle Controller and a Marshall 5" field monitor.
All shots with 5D are with a Canon 16-35mm f2.8 lens.
With AF101, I used the Kipon EOS to Micro Four Thirds adapter, with a Canon 15mm f2.8 fisheye and Canon 16-35mm f2.8 lens.
These are the picture settings I used:
Canon 5D Mark II, semi-flat picture profile:
AF101, scene file settings:
Detail level: -5
V Detail level: -5
Detail coring: +1
Chroma level: -3
Gamma: Cine-Like D
Everything else default. I think I went a bit too flat with picture settings on the AF101. Next I'll be raising the detail levels to -4 or -3, and test different matrixes. Also maybe try the Cine-Like V gamma.
Can you see which shots are from the 5D and the AF101?
Edited in Premiere CS5. Graded with Magic Bullet Looks.
Music by Kevin MacLeod "Impact Andante" (Creative Commons).