Rodaje - The Quiet days of mr stevens - Fujifilm Fujinon Premista

The Quiet Days of Mr. Stevens, a documentary feature film directed by César Souto, has been shot with zoom lenses Fujifilm Premista 19-45/80-250.

the Galician director César Souto, after rolling the drowned days (2016), a film screened at 20 international festivals and winner of the award for best film at the FIDOCS IDFF (Chile), is currently finishing the montage of The Quiet Days of Mr. Stevens.

This documentary filmed between Connecticut and New York, defined as “avant-garde” by its own director, is inspired by the work of modernist poet and insurance company executive Wallace Stevens. Alberte Branco AEC, responsible for photography, has opted for the camera ARRI Alexa Mini LF and zoom lenses Fujifilm Premista 19-45/80-250.

Premista SeriesFujinon Premista goals

The slow zoom Fujinon Premista 19-45mm It has been designed to cover large format sensors. Like all Premista lenses, the 19-45mm offers 280° of focus rotation and a 114mm front diameter with a lens that features 24″ (60.96cm) close focus capability. On the other hand, the lens also has a 4-pin Lemo data port for compatibility with the technology Zeiss eXtended Data y Cooke /i. Fujinon's solution counts among its main weapons the ability to offer natural bokeh, accurate color reproduction and controllable flare without ghosting. In addition, the lens exhibits very little distortion throughout the zoom range, lightening the burden of correcting footage after shooting and allowing high-quality cinematic images to be created more efficiently.

On the other hand, the lens Premista 80-250mm is a telephoto lens that, through the adoption of a large-diameter aspherical lens and a new focus/zoom system, achieves optical quality from the center to the corners, allowing the cinematographer to capture the feel and texture of subjects. The lens design contributes to a wide dynamic range by suppressing unwanted flare and ghosting thanks to Fujifilm's original optical calculation software.

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By • 3 Mar, 2022
• Section: Catchment, Cine, Film / Production