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"Revive" the Behind the Scenes

You know how this works… this video means I posted a little film on my other channel… And you are about to watch it’s behind the scenes. Feat. The Kinefinity MAVO Edge 8k, this is the last video shot with it… Out of 3. If you haven’t watched the other ones, they should be easy to find. Now let’s dive into this final ride…


A lot of night, low light, and indoor shots to push the MAVO edge a bit. I filmed a lot of sequences at the Native ISO of 2560 and even went slightly above.


I didn’t have to denoise the footage and really liked the images I filmed… There were a lot of sequences we were unable to make because this was made during that time when we had to avoid crowded spaces because of COVID. This is why a lot of the street shots feel empty… this wasn’t intended.


We also had a few motorcycle ideas that I wanted to make city center… but for safety reasons, we had to simplify the whole narrative.


Nonetheless, I was able to test the camera. Giving me a better understanding of what I need, and now I know how I can bring to life some of the ideas I have in mind. I shot both handheld and on a tripod and operated everything myself.


Again this was filmed in 4K for a 4K delivery, a few scenes were filmed in 8k to give me the option to crop in in post to save us some time.

We used all 3 MAVO prime lenses on this one, the 25mm T2.1 Prime, the 35mm T2.0, and the 75mm T2.0. I used a few Zacuto accessories on my rig to make it work for me.

I really do not know if I will have again the opportunity to use this camera. Unfortunately, nobody in my area rents it, and buying it would not make any sense for me now. I know I have a few projects coming that would benefit from such a tool, and after using it for 10 days, I might seriously consider renting it… If I can get it shipped to Toulouse!


We used all 3 MAVO prime lenses on this one, the 25mm T2.1 Prime, the 35mm T2.0, and the 75mm T2.0. I used a few Zacuto accessories on my rig to make it work for me.


Learn more about the MAVO edge, with my review. This was a really fun ride, let’s hope that this is only the beginning.


Down below is the final video, enjoy!