SONY Artisan of Imagery David McLain Stunning New Videos using the New SONY Alpha NEX Cameras.


Just released is a series of five stunning videos featuring SONY Artisan of Imagery David McLain demonstrating the power and photographic flexibility of the new SONY Alpha NEX Camera.  All five videos were filmed largely using the SONY Alpha NEX.

David show you first hand, how a small camera can produce mind blowing professional results.  The Videos are produced by David’s own video production company MERGE, where they spent 7 days shooting in the South American country of Chile on assignment for SONY, filming the SONY Alpha NEX camera.

With a small crew and the Sony NEX-5 camera, Merge traveled from epic sand dunes to rugged coast line to the top of the Andes by helicopter.   The results are images that one could swear were taken with the Alpha a900 but beautifully produced by David with the Alpha NEX 5.

So take a moment and enjoy these great videos produces by SONY Artisan of Imagery David McLain, SONY and MERGE and remember, Roam like a Tourist and Shoot Like a Pro.

All photos are copyright by David McLain and MERGE for SONY.

For more information about these videos or to contact MERGE follow this link:  www.mergegroup.com

And for more information about the videos, follow this link SONY NEX-5 Video

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~ by pthomaslambert on June 10, 2010.

One Response to “SONY Artisan of Imagery David McLain Stunning New Videos using the New SONY Alpha NEX Cameras.”

  1. […] of you thinking about the NEX 3/5/7 as a video tool, might like to check this link, with some ads shot by David Mclain,  a National Geographic […]

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