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Music Video shot on FS700 & a6000

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'Get Free' shot for French alternative rock outfit Kids From Atlas. POV shots of viewfinder of old twin reflex were done with DIY wooden rig (see photos) with a6000 and old Carl Zeiss Flektogon 2,4/35. The close focusing capabilities of that lens (20cm) made it a great match for FOV and distance. The rest shot on the FS700 with speedbooster and Canon glass.

Contrary to popular belief, inspiration for opening shots of naked man, awakening in a strange house were not based on this director's personal experience...

 

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