BBC News shoots DSLR – Bionic Hand replacement

May 19th, 2011

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.

Description:

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
Rig: Vocas
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”

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