Ynon Lan is a director and animator living in New York City. In his work…
Something internal and personal draws us out to the night sky. Under a blanket of stars and the Milky Way arcing over head, we ask the simple question “What do you feel?”
This short film follows 20 high schoolers far from the city lights to an Astronomy Camp; then joins the Oregon Star Party where 600 astronomers camp out with telescopes of all sizes during the Perseids Meteor Shower. Timelapse has been the only way to showcase the night sky in video; but with the new low-light technology of the Canon MH20f-SH, we film in the quiet moments that have been impossible to capture until now.
Enjoy the video below.
Canon’s ME20F-SH has a full-frame sensor capable of doing a max ISO of 4,000,000. This very specific cameras is yours for just $20,000.[via PetaPixel]