Footage by Roman Alaivi, announced at BMCuser.com earlier today:

Notes by Roman:

1/3rd of the video is ProRes HQ 1080 and the rest is UHD HQ. The couple slow motion shots are 1080 HQ 120fps windowed mode. There is no 4.6K Raw in this video, it’s all ProRes. I shot everything with the “Full” sensor read out, only slow motion shots were windowed. None of the footage was shot with Global Shutter, as the mode has yet to be employed. I used inexpensive vintage glass: Zeiss Contax & Canon FDs. Most everything was shot at 800 iso, with a few shots @1600. Hoya NDs were used for most of the daylight shots.

Footage by Tom Majerski:

Notes by Tom:

Shot on the Blackmagic Design Ursa Mini 4.6k – EF. All in ProRes 422 1080p – some shots in 60fps, some in 120fps. The intention was to create a natural and realistic grade – the natural light was very bleak and foggy. This grade was achieved in just 3 nodes. Everything filmed with the Samyang 35mm 1.4 Lens.

Notes by Tom:

Shot on the Blackmagic Ursa Mini 4.6k EF mount. All shot using the Canon 24-105L. Edited and Graded in Resolve 12. Shot in ProRes 422 , a few shots in UHD, mostly in 1080p. Some Crop sensor mode 120fps, some full sensor 60fps.