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Feature Length Film on a Canon 5D MkII
Ok, must admit, I had the idea of shooting a full length feature film on a Canon 5D MkII a couple of months ago and toyed with the concept a lot…..but alas, it just stayed in my mind! Well, congratulations to Andrew Disney and Jeffrey Waldron for making it real!
It seems that the whole film, “Searching For Sonny”, is not yet shot, but the trailers were released on April 15. I wish them the best of luck and can’t wait to see the finished film.
Behind the scenes / “how to” info by Andrew Disney.
Flickr album of photos from the set