New Eskimohunter Shot Entirely With Nokia Nseries Cell Phones

Sep 17th, 2008 | By | Category: Digital Video Recorder, Internet TV, iPods & Portable Media Players, Video

Think you need more gear to make that video podcast/music video/movie/viral video hit?

Think again. 

This video, for the Eskimohunter’s Surfing at 32ºF, was shot entirely on Nokia Nseries cell phones.

“Each of the Nokia Nseries devices I used was perfectly suited to the kind of experimental, ‘out-there’ shots I wanted to capture for ‘Surfing at 32ºF’,” says director Mike Hodgkinson. “For example, as a highly compact slider, the Nokia N95 slotted neatly into the customized pouch I attached to my fishing-line monorail, while the flip-out screens on the Nokia N93 and N93i allowed me to cover the lens with DIY color filters quickly and easily.”

“I’ve taken Nseries devices underwater,” adds Hodgkinson, “attached them to helium balloons and dangled them 100 feet above the Los Angeles River . . . and I’ve never lost a shot.”

Hodgkinson used only the Nokia N93, Nokia N93i and Nokia N95 to shoot the music video.

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  1. John Pemble says:

    Basic edits, simple old school video. It works. Reminds me a lot of first MTV vids. Those videos worked for me as compared to the ultra effects 1,000 edits in one minute videos of recent years.

  2. taniaelis says:

    John – You’re right – it is simple stuff, and the video quality isn’t even that great.

    But it’s still amazing that it’s filmed with cell phones.

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