“Above London” - This short film was shot on the Sony F65 as RAW 4K and was until recently our favourite London aerial sequence… but with our latest London at night sequence has found its match. The grade has been created to further enhance the clarity, realism and beauty of these fantastic shots. Below is a standard dynamic range version to view on a conventional display. The short film has been played out on HDR displays at various industry events, including BVE, NAB and IBC 2018

Please also have a look at “Illuminating London” as the last in the sequence of highlighted films below to see London in all her majesty at night. Simply breathtaking and arguably the best nighttime aerial footage of London you’ve ever seen.

Beautiful images of London from above, mastered in 4K HDR. This is an SDR version for viewing on conventional displays.

The Red Coat An SDR version of an enigmatic HDR short film. This film was shot in Amsterdam in late August over three days as a demonstration film for Fujinon cine-zoom lenses and the Panasonic Varicam Pure and was shown at IBC side-by-side with the HDR version on identical large consumer televisions to an audience of filmmakers and senior broadcast folk where it was very well received. It was shot to deliberately capture high contrast images for a 4K HDR master.

Eva is a short horror film working with the new Panasonic AU-EVA 1 small form factor Super 35mm camera, recording the new Apple ProRes RAW codec to the Atomos Shogun Inferno. The film was shot 4K DCI at 24p and mastered to UHD within a 2.35:1 frame. G-Tech supported the shoot with their new Pro SSDs which delivered a lightning fast workflow from on-set through post. BMG Production Music composed the eerie score and soundtrack elements. There is also exceptional drone work - both filming and lighting - courtesey of Helicopter Film Services. You can find out more about the film's production at televisual.com and search for Eva.

Shadow is a short film about conflicting emotions. The film demonstrates the extraordinary properties and values within the Sony CineAlta VENICE recording to X-OCN ST. This version is the "broadcast SDR grade".

Illuminating London is a new beautiful short film shot on the Sony VENICE at 6K Full Frame (X-OCN ST) with Helicopter Film Services. The film was shot on 17th January between 5.30 and 6.30pm in near perfect conditions. The film is best seen as intended in full 4K HDR (this version SDR). Giles Dumper flying with Jim Swanson on camera - two of the finest aerial camera experts and loveliest people you could hope to meet. The grade from the exceptional Asa Should and online from Gareth Parry both from Warner Bros De Lane Lea. No noise reduction has been applied - the conditions perfect and the footage as clean as I've ever seen. You can license aerial clips suitable for feature films, high-end drama and commercials buy emnailing james@televisual.com