Cafe Breno commercial with Cinestar & Movi M5

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  1. Ozkan Erden

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    We did aerial shootings for a commercial of a coffe brand. All the moving shots (except the running in the forest) is done with CineStar 8 and Movi M5



    We have used BMPCC with Rokinon 12mm T2.2 cine lens.
     
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    Some backstage footage from the producer of the commercial:

     
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    Remarkable production. Wow.
     
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    Oskan spectacular scenery. Also I think this is the first video I have seen with the digital Bolex.
     
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    Thansk Gary, Steve.

    We will try to balance Digital Bolex on our M10 and use it for aerial shootings. The colors coming from Bolex is just amazing.

    Here are the pure aerial shots of this commercial:
     
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    Awesome stuff Ozkan! Beautiful...
     
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    Amazing work! That Digital Bolex has quite a look to it, that the first real commercial piece I've seen shot with it and I'm pretty impressed. What camera did you use for the aerials?
     
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    Thank you guys!

    Philip, we were using Black Magic Pocket Camera and recording the footage as RAW.
     

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