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A black and white 8K thunderstorm timelapse shot with Canon 5DsRs
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A black and white 8K thunderstorm timelapse shot with Canon 5DsRs

We found a stunning back and white timelapse done by Mike Olbinski using two 5DSr camera bodies with Canon 11-24,35mm,50mm, 135mm lenses and the Sigma Art 50mm.

We hope you enjoy this video as much as we did.

From his comments;

This is also the first film I've ever done in full 8K resolution. I'm super excited about that. You may not be able to watch it in that resolution, but it's there if you can. Otherwise, 4K is a must if you can!

I truly hope you enjoy this. For me, I needed something to pass the time and bridge the next few months as I wait for supercells to return to the plains. But honestly, I truly love putting these together. Thanks for all your support in the past and feel free to share!

Breathe // An 8K storm time-lapse film from Mike Olbinski on Vimeo.

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