My first 7D footage, a Wedding Same Day Edit

Yesterday I took my newly acquired Canon 7D for a spin with Susanto from PaperCranes to shoot Indra and Natalia’s Wedding.
The Wedding was held at a medieval church in Camperdown, Sydney that had a grand  staircase and lit up beautifully on the inside.
Later in the evening, we showed what we have filmed that day on the screen.

So please enjoy, the same day edit of Indra and Natalia’s Wedding all with Canon 7D footage.

Natalia & Indra semi Same-Day Edit Trailer from Paper Cranes Productions on Vimeo.

Filming details:
2 x Canon 7D HD DSLRs at Full HD 25fps
Canon 24-70mm F2.8, Tamron 17-50mm F2.8, Canon 100m Macro, Canon 70-200mm L series, Canon 50mm F1.8, Canon 85mm F1.8
Edited on a Macbook Pro with Final Cut Pro by Susanto of Paper Cranes Productions.

So there you have it, my first footage/video with the Canon 7D. Because of it’s ability to switch lenses, this camera can achieve depth of field that HDV can not ┬áreach.

Keep watching this space as I’ll be shooting more and more with the Canon 7D! Tapeless technology is so much easier and faster and the ease of just carrying the DSLR with an extra lens is fantastic!

Till next time, Bernard Lau Films: Wedding Video Sydney

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One Response to My first 7D footage, a Wedding Same Day Edit

  1. mikeS says:

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