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Music Video on Nikon D90

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DFW-based cinematographer Jon Todd Collins has a video up of musician Doug Burr‘s “Should’ve Known” on Vimeo. See below.


Doug Burr’s “Should’ve Known” from Jon Todd Collins on Vimeo.

It’s gorgeous. Even more impressive, it was shot on a thousand-dollar Nikon D90, nominally a traditional digital SLR still-camera which just happens to have the added capability to record 24fps 720p HD video. Oh dear, my budget didn’t need to see that…..


Behind the Scenes of Doug Burr’s “Should’ve Known” Music Video from Jon Todd Collins on Vimeo.

If you look closely you can catch a glimpse of the camera in there amongst the matte box and video monitor apparatus. For somebody that used to drop a lot of money on renting Super 16 equipment and squirreling away film stock for stuff that didn’t look half that good this just blows my mind.

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  1. Colin Floom says:

    I love the video. D90 is great. You used the Redrock support systems right?

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