Mirrorless, DSLR, Super 35, M43, 4K, and HD all come together in one glorious shoot for the group "Bunny Suit". How much fun would it be to try to discern which camera is which from watching a finished video? Probably quite a bit. Let's give it a try.
Ok, here's the scoop. Andrew Reid from EOSHD set out to shoot a video for the Berlin based music group "Bunny Suit" at Tempelton Studio in Berlin. His principal camera on the shoot was a Sony a7S graded using the “Manchester” LUT from James Miller’s Deluts pack, but that was one of seven cameras on the project.
Here is the list of cameras used on the shoot:
- Sony a7S
- Nikon D750
- Panasonic GH4
- Panasonic GM1
- Panasonic FZ1000
- Sony FS100
- Olympus E-M1
And here are the lenses:
- E-M1 – Dog Schidt Optiks FF58 PL + Hot Rod Micro 4/3 adapter
- a7S – Canon 50mm F1.2L (and Tamron 24-70mm F2.8 VC)
- D750 – Leica-R 90mm F2.0 swapped to Nikon mount
- GH4 – SLR Magic 10mm T2.1
- GM1 – Panasonic 25mm F1.4
- Sony FS100 – Sigma 24-105mm F4 ART
Here is the video:
And for the results, head to the EOSHD blog.
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