‘Nightshift’ – Lumix S1H Behind the Scenes
Shot on LUMIX S1H and Ninja V
Go behind the scenes of Panasonic Lumix S1H (with pre-production v2.0 firmware) film ‘Nightshift’ with creators Stuart Morgan and Lee Brimble. Shot late in Manchester, UK, it showcases the amazing capabilities of the Lumix S1H and Atomos monitor-recorders when pushed to the limits for fast paced production in light.
Morgan and Brimble shot over four nights with the Atomos Ninja V, Shogun 7 and Neon being used in many different applications for both monitoring and recorder. It was recorded mostly using 4K Apple ProRes 422 in super35 format, with the upcoming ProRes RAW recording option also being tested on one of the nights. The stunning result shows just what the camera and Ninja V can do.
The BTS was shot by Stuart Morgan on the LUMIX S1 in 4K. Nightshift was shot on the LUMIX S1H, with an Atomos Ninja V, using Lumix and Sigma lenses, backup and stored on SanDisk memory cards, G-Tech SSDs and Hard-drives. The film was shot in early 2020 on the S1H using a variety of shooting modes (V-log, Cine-D, HLD and Apple ProRes RAW) using pre-production v2.0 firmware for the S1H.