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  1. We shot this in one night. for several hours. We had one mark III camera, 35mm L-series lense and Rokinon 14mm prime lense. We only had I one 1k for light with one day light gel. The extra blue and red flare was add in post. We also used a skated board dolly for some of the pans.
  2. Hello, this is my first post of what I hope to be many. This piece was shot on a Sony Fs-100, using a metabones speedbooster, and L-series lenses. Our location was in an underground parking garage. The Fs-100 has a super 35mm crop sensor and the speedbooster gave us the ability to shoot in much darker places with more ease. Plus it opened up the cropped sensor. Our F-stop would go down to 0.8. Our lenses were a 17mm to 35mm and 70mm to 200mm telephoto lenses. Both of these lenses were L-series. I believe we only had one 50mm prime lenses but the lenses did not work well with the speedboos
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