DSLR Film Making with Jasper Gray


The Pentax K-7 is one of the latest DSLRs that offers HD video, and in today’s video Jasper Gray will share Uncle Jack, a short film created with the Pentax K-7 and an assortment of lenses.

The film was shot in Denver, entirely at night, using the smc Pentax DA Star 16-50mm F2.8 AL (IF) SDM, the smc Pentax DA 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 ED (IF) Fish-Eye, and the smc Pentax DA Star 60-250mm fF4 ED (IF) SDM lenses.

Jasper will guide viewers through the different scenes, lighting, and camera settings used in various sequences, as well as discuss the technical aspects and work flow from shooting to post-production. This video is great opportunity to learn about the nuts and bolts of the video functionality of the K-7 and the craft of film making with a digital SLR.

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