BBC News shoots DSLR – Bionic Hand replacement
Slowly but evidently DSLRs are taking over news stations. I say it’s about time TV is getting nicer as well. Here’s a nice video by BBC freelance cameraman Johnnie Behiri who has been a driving force in VDSLR cameramanworld.
Not only does this video stand for great news done on DSLR but as a nice side effect it is also entertaining (especially if you enjoyed 127 hours) and eventually it feeds our gadget love too! Bionic man here you come.
An Austrian resident has chosen to have his dysfunctional hand cut off so that it can be replaced with a bionic limb. It’s the work of a Vienna-based surgeon who believes elective amputation and what he calls “bionic reconstruction” can offer certain patients with traumatic injuries the best hope of regaining bodily function.
Camera: Canon 7d
Lenses: Canon 17-55 f2.8, Tokina 11-16 f2.8, Canon 70-200 f4.0
Audio: Tascam DR-100 recorder, Sennheiser G2 EW100 wireless system, Sanken Lav mic, Cos 11D
Electronic VF: Cineroid
Tripod: Sachtler DV8 SB
Light: Litepanel 1×1, Viso PH 5502 (kino style)
Editing: Adobe Premiere CS2 with Cineform Neo4k
Color correction: Cineform “FirstLight”