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Old January 12th, 2012, 03:01 PM   #1
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The Munro Film - shot on NX70

A film about journey on foot to climb the 283 Scottish Munros

Scottish filmmaker James Urquhart has used an NX70 for the making of his documentary about climbing the Munros in Scotland. (A Munro is a mountain higher than 3000 feet). He aims to climb all 283 of them! Having climbed about a quarter of that height in Scotland in the rain, I don't ency his task.

I don't think James will be worried about a little Chromatic Abberation or ND issues, he's out there, using the camera, and getting great results for what he needs. I think the size, ease of use, and waterproof features of the NX70 make it ideal for this sort of thing. Yes, it rains in Scotland.

The introductory film is on Vimeo as well, follow the links from his website.
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