[youtube width=”560″ height=”340″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o6RXKEokFU[/youtube]
From the description:
shot this with a Casio EX-F1 of my shooting my Browning 12 Gauge shotgun. The clips that are at the 4:5 aspect ratio were taken at 300fps. The other clips were filmed at 600fps. All of the footage is raw, no color grading/image adjustment was added. Sadly, the sun was on the left side of the gun, so everything on the right side is in shadow. I couldn’t turn my gun around and shoot the other way though.
Some of my thoughts on Digital SLRs:
The picture on the right, is of the camera that was used to take the footage. Pretty interesting how it is a Digital SLR and not a conventional video camera.
From some recent “behind the scenes” footage I have seen, it seems that a lot of music videos are now being filmed with digital SLRs. They offer manual focus, a plethora of manual adjustment, and high resolution, for much cheaper then you could get a conventional video camera with comparable features. It even comes with a beautiful lens compared to most lenses you would get with video cameras in the same price range.
Check out the Casio Exilim EX-F1 at Amazon – HERE
At about 1/2 the price of the Canon 7D I am obsessed with someday getting, the Casio EX-F1 is likely a good value.
Hat Tip: TheFirearmBlog