Since I graduated from school in 2005 I haven't really been able to afford to shoot on film anymore. I made a big investment in 2008 and got a Sony EX1 and a Letus Extreme and a bunch of good Canon FD lenses. A year later I sold the EX1 and the Letus and got the Panasonic GH1. Here's a little write-up on my impressions after half a year of use.
21st Century Portrait is a triptych that consists of three portraits filmed at an extreme close-up with a high-definition videocamera. Each of the three portrait consists of well over 1500 still frames played back in less then a minute. Every millimeter of the body is displayed 25 frames per second.
From the Lau Nau album Nukkuu. Directed by Sami Sänpäkkilä Shot in Turku, Finland. Sony EX1 with Letus Extreme and Canon FD lenses. fonal.com / haamu.com/launau
Kemialliset Ystävät in studio. Shot with Sony miniDV PCM-110E, Letus Extreme and Canon FD 50mm f1.4 and 20mm f2.8 lenses.