That's very weird you say that, because the audio was very off-putting for me. The screaming guy in particular was way off, the intensity of the dub as opposed to what was on screen, that was the worst of the ADR (which is obviously a must for a short film like this) and it killed it for me. As for the aerials, I think they were functional to the plot, but the audio destroyed it for me.
@Kenneth: that wasn't the point. Of course exposure will be the same on every camera if you're using the same lens at the same iris aperture, but sensor size will make field of view and depth of field be less as you decrease the size of the sensor. That's the goal when you're stopping down a lens for steadycam shots, you can't control the focus directly so you want to have as much in focus as you possibly can (unless you have a focus puller with wireless control).
A closed down aperture and/or a small sensor are the way to achieve that.
As the matter of fact, there are tons of comments lately which have a bazzillion down votes that make no sense being there whatsoever, just like in Alexx's. I'm starting to think people get paid by each down vote, so they're spreading the hate. It's ridiculous.
Then again, it's also become pointless to have comment voting because of that, so there's no need to worry about it.
So come on, click that lower chevron!