The Therapist – LUMIX Cameras, Analyzed

February 16th, 2021 Jump to Comment Section 15

Here is our second education video we worked on with Panasonic. This time, it’s all about the LUMIX family of cameras, with all of their video features analyzed – so kick back and get relaxed on our couch …

Like with the first video “The PERFECT Shot” (please watch it here in case you missed it), it’s our goal to educate in a funny and engaging way. Again we are pleased to have cooperated with Panasonic on this one.

“We are here to talk about a camera …” – Lilian Jane Gartner in “The Therapist”. Image Credit: CineD

For full transparency, the above video has been produced with the support of Panasonic. The brief was to create a video explaining the supportive video functions of Panasonic cameras, but the content creation was fully in the hands of CineD.

Scene still from “The Therapist” (Nino Leitner). Image Credit: CineD

The basic idea – overview of the LUMIX family of cameras

It’s easy to get confused about all the cameras Panasonic has in their line-up of LUMIX cameras. Not so long ago, there was only the GH-line, but now there is their whole line-up of full-frame S-series cameras (S1, S1R, S5, S1H … you name it!) and sometimes it’s easy to lose the overview.

Scene still from “The Therapist” (Lilian Jane Gartner). Image Credit: CineD

Panasonic asked us to come up with a creative way to present the differences between these cameras, and also point out the “typical users” (as examples) who would work with these cameras. And so we did, and we are really proud of the result.

Scene still from “The Therapist” (Nino Leitner). Image Credit: CineD

Production notes & behind the scenes gallery

In order to execute this production, we worked with our friends and colleagues from DIE BOUTIQUE film production company. Tamás Kiss (film director and writer) and his business partner Sasa Tomic (production) gave this project their everything and made it into the little gem it became. They put me on the spot a little bit to act too, but I had great fun with the entire team. A big THANK YOU to everyone involved with this production.

Equipment used in this film

For this short film we worked with the following equipment (partial list):

Tell us what you think about this production in the comments below! Also if you have any questions about the process, please feel free to shout and we will do our best to answer everything.

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