The toughest competition in 2020 will come from the surprise Canon EOS R5 with 8K video. Although 8K is an attention grabbing technical achievement, most people will use this camera in 4K mode. The competition nevertheless now has an ‘image problem’ delivering cameras at 4K and 6K resolution to customers obsessed with resolution. I do expect the Sony A7S III to shoot 8K and for the GH6 / GH8 to also shoot 8K but really it is all a distraction. What matters isn’t 8K, it is the following…
View all the entries here on the EOSHD Forum and vote now
As we await the suspense in whether anybody DID manage to find a large sensor interchangeable lens 4K camera for under $200, the good news is that we don’t have long to wait. Voting is already under way and after the vote everybody is going to reveal what they found on the treasure hunt part of the challenge.
In the challenge some shooters went for an abstract low-fi look, which I think Kye took to the most extreme end of the low-fi spectrum with his video above!! For Kye, this seemed to be a $10 challenge!! I really like what he did with this video though, it’s cinematic, great music and uses the limitations of the image to capture the mood perfectly.
Below, the full panel –
The Sony PROduction Awards is a short film competition, and a chance to get your work noticed and win some pretty nifty Sony gear. Filmmakers from around the world will be pitted against each other and go up against a judging panel which includes myself, Andrew Reid of EOSHD, Shane Hurlbut ASC, Philip Bloom, BAFTA winning dramatist Tony Marchant and others!
Enter your film now at the PROduction Awards competition website or read on for more details…
UPDATE: THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED! Due to the high number of entries, Panasonic extended the competition to 4 places at the workshop from 2. So a huge thank you to everyone who entered and congratulations to the winners below…
- Temujin Doran
- Godfrey Kirby
- Thomas Voce-Siriani
- Michael Lorushe
WINNER ANNOUNCED BELOW
[H]OUSE director of Photography Gale Tattersall is running a hands-on DSLR workshop in LA this month and in March. He is very kindly giving away a free seat to a lucky EOSHD.com reader!