New version with new post credits ending!
blog post with loads more info here: http://gopb.co/a7svideoreview
There is a very small amount of flesh on display here, not mine. Just a bit of painted topless ladies who pose for photos in New York. Might be not safe for work...captured as part of the street filming scenes.
As always with my reviews I take my time to create the content which in turn helps me form my opinion rather than just shoot some footage then put a review out based upon a snap judgment. Pointless. You need time with a camera and time to truly form an opinion worth sharing. Whether you should listen to this opinion? Sure! Why not? Just don't buy anything based on it, not on any one opinion... especially mine! Check out other reviews and try before you by if you can!
This review is for the world camera, which is basically most of them. The US one does not appear to be PAL/ NTSC switchable which is a bit rubbish!!! When buying the camera please make sure you check!!
Mostly shot on the A7s apart from a few BTS shots in Central Park, New York and a a few GH4 BTS and Gopro shots during the 4K testing.
Filmed in Brighton, RIchmond, Maidstone, New York, Detroit
Main on camera section lit with an Area 48 LED Soft with interchangeable phosphor panels. A truly beautiful light! http://www.bbslighting.com/products/area-48-soft-remote-phosphor.
Lens used on this section was a Sigma 50mm F1.4. All shot HD yet was able to punch in to about 130% for frame changes. The image is that detailed you can get away with it.
Do check out the main "No longer evolving review" blog post here gopb.co/a7s for downloads and more clips.
Music courtesy of The Music Bed. http://Gopb.co/musicbed All tracks listed chronologically in the end credits.
Graded with FilmConvert 10% of with code bloom at http://gopb.co/filmconvert
also with James Miller's Custom LUTS which are coming soon!
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.