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Stills from the set of “Lilia.”

Friend and local filmmaker Sam Lerma decided to go “non-DSLR” for his next film, a short entitled, “Lilia.” Instead, Sam and DP Yuta Yamaguchi opted to rent my AF100 to shoot the project. After setting up the camera for them this morning, I snapped some stills on set with my 5D2 and Zeiss 50/1.4 ZE.

AF100 stills from the set of Lilia
Sam Lerma and Yuta Yamaguchi on the set of "Lilia."
AF100 in action on the set of "Lilia".
AF100 in action on the set of "Lilia"
Yuta sets up a shot with the AF100
Yuta Yamaguchi sets up a shot with my AF100
Yuta sets up a shot with the AF100 on the set of "Lilia"
Yuta sets up a shot with the AF100 on the set of "Lilia"
Sam checks a shot in the monitor atop the AF100
Sam checks a shot in the monitor atop the AF100

I’m excited to see how this film turns out. There has been a lot of buzz about it in the local film community, and I know from personal experience that Sam, Yuta, and producer Ralph Lopez are all guys who are very passionate about film, and are dedicated to making a fine film.

Panasonic AF100 vs EOS 5D Mark II – I love this video!

This to date is still my favorite AF100 sample video. I think it’s more dear to me because I also love Alfas.