AbelCine worked with action cinematographer Jim Geduldick on a project to test an early release version of the new Phantom Miro M320S camera. Jim produced and directed a test shoot at Camp Woodward in Pennsylvania, which involved skateboarders, BMX, and dirt bike riders from all over the east coast. Camp Woodward is an amazing facility that began over thirty years ago and has helped define “extreme sports” for several generations since.
Jim used the compact Miro camera to shoot super slow motion sequences for a series he is producing that emphasizes the mental conditioning required to perform stunts. This project, Days Out, is still in production, but Jim has released a short clip of Miro M320S shots taken at Camp Woodward, as well as other shots taken around Manhattan. Jim also put together a behind-the-scenes clip, which shows the camera in action.
Days Out Behind the Scenes with the Phantom Miro
Days Out Teaser
The new Miro M320S made its debut at NAB in April. The camera can capture over 1500fps at 1920×1080. Its low light capability (1100 ISO) allows it to produce very high quality images at these extraordinary frame rates.
To learn more about Jim Geduldick’s experience using the Miro, visit ProVideo Coalition for Dan Carr’s interview – Phantom Miro – First Footage & Interview with Jim Geduldick.