Young filmmaker from Helsinki.
The interview looks great, but the sped up footage makes it seem like you couldn't or didn't want to choose shots over others, so you just put everything in. The audience can understand a story without showing everything that happens, so no need for the sped up footage.
I've been put off of most MFT cameras for the foreseeable future, as their value drops rapidly and using them feels a little restricted. But if you're going to go this route, you might as well spring for a GH5 when it does come out, or try and find a used a7s/a7sii/a7rii. I can see most of the BM cameras becoming pricey pretty quick, with all the add-ons you'll need to make them work properly. Both the Sonys and the GH5 will however work pretty much out of the box, but can be rigged up if needed.
MFT cameras suffer from really fast depreciation in value. Just buy the newest one and keep it as long as it works.
A good watch. He made the story work really well, and I liked the half-closure at the end as well.
Those product shots don't make a lot of sense, as if moving your camera 13 inches whilst you're on top of a cliff will change anything :D
Not even close.