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Marcel Zyskind

New Lexus RX add shot with BMPC 4k and Sony A7s

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Hello there.

Thought you might find this interesting here since this (very expensive commercial) was shot predominantly with the Blackmagic Production 4K camera. A few shots (in the pool and the waterskiing) was shot with the Sony A7s in an underwater housing. The reflection shot and the very last shot was shot with the Alexa Mini. My main lens on the BM was a rehoused Canon 14mm f2.8 and a 16mm 2.1 Zeiss Standard Speed.

The POV helmet rig was built for me by a grip in southern France. It clocked in at 13.5kg! My decision for the BM 4k was weight and global shutter as we had a lot of strobes and flashes going off. Definitely not the same dynamic range as I'm used to with the Alexa so required a bit of iris pulling in the scenes and also not the fastest camera coupled with a f2.8 lens. But I had great fun with this camera. There is going to be a directors cut later on.

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Thank you for your interest guys. Karlon I'm not sure which system it was edited on, I'm not part of that. Not sure about the grading system either but I think Davinci Resolve or Baselight. I used film converter on set for my dailies and for editorial. But like with a lot these big commercials, the director and I can agree upon a look, but then the client comes in and has completely different opinion on how their product should be presented...

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