From Digital Bolex…
Check out the guy in the early shots in the dinner scene. Can you see the slate blinds appear on his face.
Many independent and big-budget filmmakers find themselves in a special dilemma when shooting car chases, crashes, and fast motion scenes—forced to resort to unflattering wide-angled cameras to get into tight corners, excessive rigging or camera cars to keep jello at bay, and warping stabilization filters to fix unavoidable slanting and fisheye. In this spot, done with no post-stabilization or motion correction, we show how the D16 is the perfect small camera for your car and action sequences.
Cast: Robert Streeper, Ashley Fiolek
Director / DP: Elle Schneider
Gaffer / 1st AC: Dalton Gaudin
Camera Operators: Elle Schneider and Dalton Gaudin
Key Grip: Chris Haggerty
Car mounts & rigging: Tyler Phillips and Joe Rubinstein
Production Coordinator: Tim Edmond
Hair & Makeup: Lisa Hansell
Interpreter: Hilari Scarl
Music: White Night, Black Light by Doug Parr (Licensed through The Music Bed)
Special thanks to Matthews Studio Equipment (www.msegrip.com) for providing car mounts, c-stands, and Polly Dolly.