Santa Vs. Santa (short film) - Shay Carl, wheezywaiter, and Corey Vidal (Christmas 2010)
Huge thank you to Shay Carl and wheezywaiter for being in this video. You guys are amazing and hilarious.
Click here to see Craig Claus' cell phone video:
Fat Santa Stuck in Window -
An equally huge thank you to Intel Canada, without whom this video wouldn't be possible. It's been an incredible pleasure working with you. I'm flattered and humbled that you're interested in my YouTube videos. You make it possible for me to do this for a living.
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Produced by Crooked Seas Inc. -
Craig Leblanc - Camera Op / Producer
Justin Awde - Slate / Producer
Andrei Mates - Camera / Focus Pull
Edwin Castaneda - D.I.T. / Editor
Armand Kajangwe - Director of Photography
Marcel Daly - Boom / Behind the Scenes
This video was shot at 2K resolution (2048x1152) using a RED One camera. You can view this video in best quality by selecting 'Original' from the resolution menu.
The Red One was announced in 2006 and released in 2007 as the first camera produced by Red Digital Cinema Camera Company. It has a 12 megapixel bayer pattern CMOS sensor, called the Mysterium. The sensor measures 24.4 mm by 13.7 mm, and has 4,520 by 2,540 active pixels, though the camera only records data from a 4096 by 2304 pixel area in normal operation. The Mysterium sensor has about the same active area as a 35 mm film frame masked to the 16:9 aspect ratio, allowing the same angle of view and depth of field as Super 35 film format.
The camera also allows the sensor to be used in a windowed mode in which the sensor can emulate the active area of a Super 16 film frame while capturing 2048 pixel resolution footage. This allows the camera to be used with Super 16 lenses. However this results in a noticeable drop in image quality.