Knock Knock cinematographer Antonio Quercia writes about his experience shooting Eli Roth’s new horror film.
He says of his camera choices, “I usually use Canon. Out of curiosity, I started testing the 7D which gave me excellent results. I continued with the 5D Mark II and III and was really satisfied with it. I took two C300s to the Amazon and they never failed me. The optics that I always carry with me are the L series from Canon because of its size, speed and quality they always finish in more than one take. I also use the CP Zeiss series and the Canon Cinema Prime series with its still optic series. They help when there is no light and the marvelous distance-to-spot ratio is almost non-existent.”
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