Canon C100 Short PULSE Debuts Online

One of the first projects to be shot on the Canon C100 is now online.  Commissioned by Canon and directed by Emmy-award winner Patrick Moreau of stillmotion, the docu-short PULSE profiles the making of the BioBeats app, a new technology that utilizes cameras to generate custom music based on a human heart rate. 


Apparently this is thie first of a series of short films shot on the C100 so keep an eye out for more in the future.  I've written before about the C100 and the cost of it as a system compared with a DSLR system and the result favors the C100.  Several friends of mine who shoot lower budget documentary work have recently moved to the C100 and ditched their 5D setups and whilst the market broadens every month with lower priced large sensor cameras, the C100 remains one of the smaller packages for those looking for a lightweight solution not too dissimilar from their previous DSLR rigs.

Pulse by stillmotion from Canon Pro on Vimeo.

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Born in the UK , Dan took a gap year in Whistler, British Columbia after high-school which planted the seed for a mountain obsession. While his passion for mountain life took a backseat as he finished an Aerospace Engineering degree in England, it wasn’t long before he returned to the mountains to start shooting his friends in action. Dan spends 8 months of the year chasing winter around the globe shooting the worlds best skiers and snowboarders for companies like Oakley, Salomon and Columbia. His work has been featured in ski and snowboard magazines from Japan to Canada and everywhere in between as well as innumerable commercial campaigns for an ever widening list of clients. He now lives in the resort town of Whistler when he is not on the road, which provides the perfect backdrop for many other types of adventure, landscape and nature photography. Since starting a blog on his website a few years ago Dan’s interest in all things digital has pushed him to learn, write and teach about many aspects of photography from HDSLR movie making to HDR photography and of course share his knowledge about ski and snowboard photography.