I shot this wedding last weekend with Cody Nitcher for Stringer Productions. All editing was done by Clayton Stringer. We used a few DSLR’s and a Sony FS-100. Great little camera.
I flew it on the Glidecam most of the night, and switched it to the monopod a few times with longer lenses. It balanced REALLY well with the Glidecam 2000 Pro. The 4000 would probably be a better match for that heavy of a camera, but the 2000 worked fine. My forearm was killing me by the end of the night.
Here’s the trailer below.
And here’s the final movie.
I used mostly manual iris lenses, (Rokinon, Bower, Nikkor, Zeiss) so I had control over the aperture. The FS-100 does not have electronic iris control, so you either need manual iris lenses, or an electronic adapter like the Metabones.