Philip Bloom Shoots in the Dark with Sony A7S


Read why filmmaker Philip Bloom calls Sony A7S “a low light monster of a camera”. Bloom takes on the night heading to Brighton Beach with DP James Miller, armed with a pair matching A7S cameras to see what they could capture using different camera profiles. Philip mainly shot various Cine gamma modes. James shot mostly S-Log.

Watch all the way to the end to see the amazing level of detail visible captured with these modes shooting in near darkness on Brighton Beach.

Read Phillip Bloom’s Night Test of Sony A7S
Read Phillip Bloom’s Review of the Sony A7S
Read Field Test: Sony A7S for Still Photographers

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