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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartacus View Post
    F35 and THE MAC.
    Match made in heaven.
    I'm pretty sure I said the same when he was still rocking the FX-1.
    I think I remember that.


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    It looks great!


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    Wow. Beautiful work! Definitely looking forward to seeing the entire doc!


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    I just found this, and wow, it's just gorgeous. AS USUAL FROM YOU.


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    Great write up.

    MacGregor: shooting from atop a moving train with the Sony F35:

    https://www.provideocoalition.com/ma...-the-sony-f35/

    "Known for his continued work to find alternative solutions that filmmakers can use to create their stories, he is also known for his passion for the Sony F35, started years ago, when he bought – in 2012 – one and wrote, in a post at DVXUser, “The F35 inherits all the work Panavision developed with the Genesis. I was always in love with this camera when it was launched 3 years ago and now that rental companies (the only ones who could afford them) are getting rid of them I thought, heck, I’ll get one even if I only use it to shoot home videos.”


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    Hi guys!

    I just released online the full documentary.

    https://vimeo.com/macgregor/mauritaniarailway

    Some background: A few years ago, a couple crazy friends and I rode on the top of hopper cars in the middle of the Sahara to capture the story of a few Africans who do this every day. It was horrible. It was dangerous. I can't believe we survived. But again, these people do this every day. Here is a very small part of their story.


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    I watched the trailer on PVC a few weeks ago. Beautiful stuff, brother. And even more amazing when you consider the conditions you did it in.


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    Beautiful as usual mac! All slow motion shots is just F35 50p?

    By the way will we ever see snakebite?
    Sony F35
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    Superspeeds


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    Yeah, snakebite was released a year ago, google it, it's on vime and youtube.

    Slomo on the train docu is all 50i


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    Nicely done. The dolly was probably a huge pain to haul & use in those tough and remote locations, but it was worth it. It adds just the right extra touch.


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