Fire and Ice with the HELIUM 8K S35

Written by RedShark News Staff

Abandon VisualsHELIUM 8K S35 does the icy cold well

Abandon Visuals’ latest short explores the colour temperatures that a combination of WEAPON with HELIUM 8K S35 sensor and Leica Summicron–C lenses can depict.

Jonny Mass and Abandon Visuals’ latest, Fire & Ice, is all about the different ends of the spectrum, of flipping between the warm cosy glows of the fireplace to the icy chill of a metallic Lamborghini on mountain roads. Including some aerial shots up in the mountains, it’s all about the fast cuts and contrast between the two scenes and how the HELIUM 8K S35 handles the two very different set-ups.

Quite well it turns out.

Tags: Production


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