Canon 7D Shoots New Opening For The Tonight Show.

March 24th, 2010

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Photo Courtsey of Red Rock Micro.

I got this pre-press release from Red Rock Micro. It looks like the big boys over at The Tonight Show with Jay Leno are gravitating towards DSLR’s for good reason. Check out the motorcycle rig. Score another one for the Canon 7D and Red Rock micro. The list of shows shooting with DSLR’s keeps on growing. Here is a quote from the press release.

“(Director) Pete Conlon wanted an imperfect, spontaneous and present feel to the footage,” said Vasco Nunes, Director of Photography for the shoot. “We used a combination of Canon EOS 7D cameras on Redrock support rigs to capture the energy of Los Angeles and the City’s night life without competing too much with the spaces we were entering. The camera and rig were perfect for the shoot.”

Click Here To Read The Boring Press Release.

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Dan Kanes
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March 24th, 2010

Awaiting Conan’s Response Video Featuring Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.

thefoolangel
thefoolangel
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March 24th, 2010

I would like to see more of that bike rig..

I have been toying with ways to attach my 7D to my Bandit and would like to see how they did it to minimise vibration..

While it’s accepted that it’ll never be smooth and rock steady, it’s still going to be a real challenge for me to keep the footage useable (London roads are sh*te) especially considering the possibility of getting bad rolling shutter in that situation.

jared
jared
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March 24th, 2010
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Have you tried a suction cup mount or Fat Gecko?
Jared

Ob
Ob
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March 24th, 2010

DP is riding the bike

cmac
cmac
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March 24th, 2010

Probably he is mentally guiding the motorcycle :-)
Still impressive overall – using 7D for this show!!!

Kirk
Kirk
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March 24th, 2010

“Check out the motorcycle rig on Jay Leno’s bike”

As riden by …. ?

Unless Jay has lost 50 lbs., that’s not him on the bike.

jared
jared
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March 24th, 2010
Reply to  Kirk

Whoever it is, it looks a lot like him. Thanks for the comment. Amended.
Jared

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