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Old 05-18-2010, 11:53 AM
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5DMark II Video and House

The final episode of the TV series House was shot entirely with the 5D Mark II.

Sneak Peek at House Episode Filmed with the Canon 5D Mark II

The cinematic quality of the video was amazing. The shallow depth of field enhanced the dramatic storyline of an attempted rescue from a collapsed building.

FOX Broadcasting Company: House



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Old 05-18-2010, 02:35 PM
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Re: 5DMark II Video and House

Wow, when I was watching it last night I thought to myself, "Why haven't they made more episodes with this look and feel?"

Talk about making the big time. Kudos to Canon!

I wonder what the actors thought about playing to a little old dSLR.

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Re: 5DMark II Video and House

Maybe they put a big fake housing on it so the actors wouldn't know the difference.

Awesome footage.
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