The Sony mirrorless camera review...within a review...within a review....V2

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7y Jan 7, 2014

Re-upload due to some necssary tweaks and new info.

This was done in the very little free time I had (in fact it took most of my free time!) and was 2 months of work to get it done! Any contributions to the TIPJAR here are very gratefully acceptted as they make future reviews possible due to their non sponsored or funded nature. Thank you!

READ MORE ON MY BLOG AT: gopb.co/a7review

Filmed in Richmond (UK), Vienna, South Beach, Miami Art Basel 2013 & New York

The very long (sorry) video review of the new Sony mirrorless full frame still/ video cameras, the A7 and A7R, plus the lens with the long constant aperture built in zoom, the RX10.

So this two months of work condensed into a rather hefty 39 minutes. It's all self explanatory what the title means once you watch the first couple of minutes. Hopefully it's not too confusing and does make sense!

On camera shots of me shot on the Canon C100 and C300. Product shots on the 1DC. The rest is of course the Sony cameras.

Lit with Gekko lights. Voice over done on the RODE Classic II valve microphone.

Graded with Colorista II. 10% off with code bloom10 at gopb.co/redgiant
and FilmConvert 10% off with code bloom at gopb.co/filmconvert

Music courtesy of The Music Bed gopb.co/musicbed

The America Dollar - Anything you synthesize
A New Normal - Stones & Shadows
& Sacr Cur
Benj Heard - Why That's Delightful & Uke
Brooke Annibale - By Your Side & Tryin'
The Echelon Effect - Recalling Winters Casualties
Sprit of Spain - They Made Oceans Rise
& You Never Had Much Faith in Me
Evolv - Elolv Alluring
Holley Maher - Perfect Day

Beethoven 7th Symphony Movement 2
Peer Gynt Suite - Morning by Grieg
and Strauss Blue Danube
from Royalty-Free-Classical-Music.ORG

Huge number of thank you at end of the video!

Thanks for watching!

About Philip Bloom

Philip Bloom is a world-renowned filmmaker who, for the past 10 years of his 30-year career has specialized in creating incredible cinematic images no matter what the camera. Some of his most iconic work was created with Canon DSLRs.


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