A feature film shot entirely on the Nikon D90 has been completed, and is in the process of being released (all this could be a prank, I don't know at that point):
From the email I received:
The filmmakers are currently in talks with Distributor Claudia Mammana (Platoon, Wharlock) for securing a proper distribution company for the film, through associates such as Arnold Kopelson (The Fugitive, Seven), and Antonio Llorens. As well, the producers are currently pursuing the endorsement of Nikon, and are in very early discussions with the company regarding future marketing involving the film & the camera, as a showcase of how the Nikon D90 made the film what it is, and what it means to other independent filmmakers on the horizon.
More info on this movie:
- Official Press Release (pdf)
- Official Web Site
- IMDb Page
- An article regarding the Nikon D90 by the cinematographer of ‘Reverie’ (pdf). Just one quote from the cinematographer Alles Mist on the Nikon D90:
"The information I have gathered from studying the D90 and its competitors have proven to me that the D90 far surpasses the full frame Canon EOS 5D Mark II, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1, and even Red’s Scarlet (based on what information has been released), which sits outside of the Digital SLR camera type and is made specifically for Cinematography."