This is a Worldwide Exclusive. Not only did I contribute to the design of this camera but we managed to get a prototype and shoot a music video a few weeks ago. I believe we are the first independent team to shoot anything with the NEX FS100. When I got the call we were told we could have the camera for a little over 24hrs. We wanted to do more than just simply test it. But also we wanted to see what we could get out of the camera with stock lenses and recording internally. So James from www.hangmanstudios.com teamed up with Den from www.fstopacademy.com and we pulled off this amazing shoot in 48hrs. Needless to say we didn't get much sleep but we valued the opportunity and wanted to shoot as much as we could in as many environments as we could. We especially wanted to push the low light capability and use the in camera media. It shoots to SD cards, Sony Memory sticks and also has a 128GB FMU which is a solid state pack that integrates with the camera and will give up to 10 hrs record time at 24mb/s AVC HD. We shot everything at 24mb/s AVC HD and ingested into FCP and transcoded to ProRes 422 using Log and transfer. Shot over a 36 hr period in one weekend on one of only 2 prototype NEX FS 100 Cameras in the world. We used 3 lenses: A Sony Alpha 50mm f1.4 with alpha to emount adaptor A E mount 16mm f2.8 The Stock lens 18-200 f3.5-5.6 For more information on the camera you can go here http://www.sony.co.uk/biz/content/id/1237480587665?en_GB=+ More details
Shot on a pre production Sony NEX-FS700 around South Bank, London. Credit: JAMES TONKIN & JAMES MILLER In association with DEN LENNIE Further Pre Production FS700 films: Sony Professional: Introducing the Sony NEX-FS700 http://vimeo.com/39839187 VS - 1080p Film shot on Sony NEX FS700 http://vimeo.com/39405035 Racing with planes by Peter Prevec http://vimeo.com/39997231 Soundtrack: Angelo Milli / Seven Pounds / Seven Days Seven Seconds+ More details
CREATIVE | DIRECTION | PRODUCTION | POST-PRODUCTION ** UPDATED TO 1080p VERSION ** The first music video shot on a preproduction model of the Sony NEX FS 100. For further information: http://vimeo.com/21372344 http://www.fstopacademy.com http://www.hangmanstudios.com http://www.myspace.com/cozicmusic http://www.sony.co.uk/biz/content/id/1237480587665?en_GB=+ More details
Here is my video blog looking at the New Sony NEX FS700 www.fstopacademy.com/blog We've shot a couple projects on it and this film walks you through the main new features and I discuss our initial thoughts shooting with this camcorder. You can read more about the camera on our blog at www.fstopacademy.com/blog My thanks to: James Tonkin - www.hangmanstudios.com James Miller - www.mmfilm.co.uk Music by Alan Witts+ More details
For those that don't know, my RED EPIC along with my lenses got stolen before Christmas last year. Everything I had left in the house, such as RED accessories, Panasonic GH4 with lenses etc....I had to sell to pay rent. As I couldn't take on any work as clients wanted me to shoot on RED. Their budget and my budget couldn't afford hiring gear. The video goes into more detail.. I put together a quick video saying thank you to all the lovely people that have been helping me out, to get me back on track. Shot on: Blackmagic Ursa Panasonic GH4 Sigma Art lenses Sennheiser EW100 G3 Lav Mic Graded with James Miller's 'Deluts' http://delutspb.businesscatalyst.com/index.html+ More details
Here is a behind the scenes video I shot for Den Lennie & James Tonkin for Carl Zeiss Behind The Scenes shot on the Sony F5 ZEISS cine zooms CZ.2 28-80/T2.9 and CZ.2 70-200/T2.9 Watch the 'Escape' here by Den Lennie & James Tonkin https://vimeo.com/82091475 More info below: Escape is a show reel shot with ZEISS cine zooms CZ.2 28-80/T2.9 and CZ.2 70-200/T2.9 in combination with ARRI/ZEISS Ultra Prime and ARRI/ZEISS Master Prime lenses. Den Lennie the UK based Director of Photography used a RED Epic camera. This Making-of video explains the work with the ZEISS lenses during the shooting. Terms and Conditions of Use By down-loading the video (hereinafter called “the File“) you are agreeing to the following Terms and Conditions of Use: Copyright to the File All the Files are protected by copyright and related rights. The use of the File is only permitted if: 1. the File remain unaltered, and 2. the File are only used to promote ZEISS products and the File which are used may only be installed on or copied onto network computers or third party web-sites and distributed in other media if ZEISS has provided its prior written approval, and 3. the copyright symbol and these Terms and Conditions of Use appear on all copies. Use of the File is expressly prohibited outside the scope of this permission. Breaches will be prosecuted under civil and criminal law. The individual items of this web-site are also protected under copyright and trade mark law; they may neither be used outside the constraints defined in points 1 to 3 above, nor may they be copied in whole or in part or imitated. If you have any questions, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org © 2012 Carl Zeiss AG+ More details
**Recorded at the IBC SuperMeet, Amsterdam, September 15, 2013** James Tonkin shows the forthcoming DaVinci Resolve 10, along with footage shot with the new Pocket Cinema Camera and the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. He provides a close look at DaVinci Resolve 10's new functionality and features and the workflow with the Blackmagic Design cameras. DaVinci Resolve 10 is a major upgrade that includes new features for integrating the workflows of multiple different software products used in the film and television industry. DaVinci Resolve 10 has upgraded on set tools, upgraded editing features, support for OpenFX plug-ins as well as new tools for delivering final project masters to cinemas. **About James Tonkin** James Tonkin is a Filmmaker and Director of Hangman Studios, a London-based creative studio. James originally started out in music production graduating with a degree in music technology, but he soon found himself drawn into editing and directing and in 2001, backed by music management company IE Music, he setup Hangman Studios. Since Hangman opened it's doors, James has created documentaries, commercials and DVDs for a number of artists from Björk and Craig Armstrong, to brands such as Jaeger and Coco De Mer. Through out this time James has also directed music videos, commercials and documentaries for Robbie Williams whilst continuing to work with artists and brands including Coldplay, Duran Duran, Archive, Placebo, T-Mobile, Sony, Apple and more. In 2012, James & Brett Turnbull DPed the Coldplay LIVE 2012 Concert Film, Coldplay's first concert film / live album for nine years. The film documents their acclaimed Mylo Xyloto World Tour, which has been seen by more than three million people since it began in June 2011. The film was directed by Paul Dugdale, previously responsible for Adele’s 'Live at the Royal Albert Hall' and The Prodigy's 'Worlds On Fire' concert films. It was produced by Jim Parsons and edited by Simon Bryant, Tim Thompsett & Tom Watson. Mixed by Rik Simpson.+ More details
Full credits version Produced for Den Lennie's Music Video Masterclass 2011: www.musicvideomasterclass2011.com director - James Tonkin DOP - Den Lennie steadicam operator - James Elias production manager - Sarah Carmody production accountant - Samantha Lennie location manager - Trudie lighting tech - Duncan Rice DIT - Owen Silverwood making of camera - John Gillan post production - Hangman Studios colourist - Dan Moran VFX - Andrew Philip sound design - Alan Witts Students Franklin Cachia, Thomas Chrisohoidis, Simon Duncan, David Esp, Mark Hessel, Solve Huse-Amundsen, Adrian Mathie, Aristotelis Misopapas, Daniel Nakamura-Craig, Lars Opstad, Sergio Pizzolante, Ingo Traub Special Thanks Byron Wijayawardena Alan Witts - The Victim Jon Howarth - Shoot Blue Blackmagic Design Hangman Studios Zipperface and David Enthoven Produced by Den Lennie James Tonkin Executive Producer Den Lennie www.fstopacademy.com www.hangmanstudios.com+ More details
Register to attend the Movie Machine Digital Cinema Festival and see James's cinema presentation, featuring footage filmed with RED Epic, on the big screen. http://www.moviemachine.tv/digital-cinema-festival/ London based filmmaker, James Tonkin of Hangman Studios, tells why he purchased a RED Epic. James has worked with some of the hottest acts in the world, including Robbie Williams, The Rolling Stones, Coldplay and many UK and international companies. James shoots with many different cameras; he is the proud owner of a RED Epic which gives him the resolution and quality to work at the highest levels.+ More details
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