Some scenes of the new Mad Max movie were shot with Nikon cameras

Some of the scenes in the new Mad Max: Fury Road movie were shot with Nikon cameras:

“Part of the reason I had that idea was that I shoot a lot of HDR mirror balls on set and the Nikon camera I use has a nine stop automatic bracketing setting. Occasionally after shooting a mirror ball I would forget to turn the bracketing off and I’d have a series of images that are from four stops over to four stops under. I’m always shooting 14 bit RAW images with the Nikon and I can grade those two three four stops over images and they look amazing. As long as they’re not clipped, as long as you’ve not lost the highlights, the resulting images are the best images you can get.” (visual effects supervisor Andrew Jackson on FXguide)

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