Shooting with a Phantom 4K camera at Sunbeam studios.
925 fps at 4096 x 2304.
The resolution aside, its the 'look' and latitude of the new sensor that is so striking. We were shooting at 800 ISO and the picture looked very clean, with a shadow detail and a highlight roll-off unlike earlier Phantom incarnations.
The piece required two distinct visual approaches.
For the second of these we used a Red Epic Dragon shooting at 6K.
The glass for both cameras was UltraPrimes but the filtration differed, diffusion filtering for the Phantom and Streak filters for the Epic.
I found all but the lightest grade of the Streaks too heavy- handed... but a touch of this gave us the aggressive horizontal flares we were after.
The lighting required the usual high speed volume, provided by large flicker free daylight sources.
This was augmented with hard in-shot flares and DMX controlled shutter dimmers.
Great team work from the 16oz crew, gaffer Martin Smith, Jason at LoveHighSpeed and the assured creative hand of director Michael Lindsay.