This camera was shooting at up to 1470fps and we never shot lower then 500fps. This required a TON of light, way for then we are used to using when shooting with out Canon 5dmkII's. Indoors we typically ran anywhere from 7k-10k of light. Needless to say we tried to shoot OUTSIDE a lot.
I want to thank my family for being patient with me during this process, but it will turn out to be an awesome message when it it all done in a month or so.
Here are some on-set picts. And below is a fun slow-motion shot we did of hte crew just walking in slo-mo for our "hero-shot"
Setup with a 12x12 silk
Chris, the director, hanging with me,the DIT. Waiting for footage to download.
DIT gets put in the corner.
Slow-motion on a dolly. Shooting at 700fps.
Our DP/camera operator extraordinary, Tom.
Stil downloading footage.
Video Village on the last day.
Producer (Patrick), DP (Tom), Director (Chris) review a shot.
Lot's of light in this room, about 10k total (you can only see about half of it in this shot.
Fearless C. Peck is doing the lighting/grip/
One again, notice the DIT in the corner?
Tom frames up a spaghetti bowl which is about to drop in 1470fps
Framing up some kids playing in the rain. (Sunny day, C.Peck rigged up a rain machine)
Director, DP, Producer