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Music video “Leap of Faith” filmed entirely with 808 PureView (Audio done in studio).

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Here is a music video filmed entirely with 808 PureView. Use of lossless zooming and great color balance are apparent throughout the video. Only, complaint that I have is that the audio hasn’t been recorded with 808 PureView’s rich-recording Mics. But, anyways it is always great to see 808 PureView being used for professional video creation.

Jake Timon is 23 years old singer and song writer from Finland. He has an own music recording studio where he is playing itself nearly every instruments of his songs. This song “Leap of Faith” took part in the Finnish qualification for the world’s biggest song contest, Eurovision Song Contest 2013. The video was filmed at Kaskinen, Finland with Nokia 808 PureView by EasycapExpertti and audio was recorded by Jake Timon with Rode NT1-A studio microphone and Lexicon Lambda USB audio card. The recording software was Steinberg Cubase 5.5. Mixing and background vocals by Tommy Dee.

This video was edited by EasycapExpertti and Jake Timon with Cyberlink PowerDirector 10.0 software.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wE6W9dF0wnk&feature=player_embedded]

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