The X7 shots blend seamlessly with cinema camera footage.
Last week, DJI unveiled the revolutionary Zenmuse X7, a first-of-its-kind cinema grade Super 35mm camera designed specifically for aerial cinematography. Today, we go behind the scenes with DJI and the making of the movie Riders. The goal of the project was to challenge the visual quality of the Zenmuse X7 by using it in production alongside a high-end cinema camera.
As the final product below shows, the integration was virtually seamless.
Creative director Ferdinand Wolf describes in the BTS video how the Super 35mm sensor provided beautifully shallow depth of field and high dynamic range even in challenging low-light situations. For smaller sensors, shooting in low light at ISO 1600 can produce noisy images but, as Wolf states in the video, the team at DJI was able to produce clean, sharp images shooting in low light at ISO 1600 at f/2.8.
From:: No Film School