He contact shot is a steadicam shot running backwards until when the girl extends her arm to get to the cabinet door.
Then, a 2nd shot is the a dolly-back of the mirror, which has chroma, and then just the hand of the girl grabbing the cabinet door. The steadicam shot is composed into the mirror chroma.
Indeed that´s an amazing trailer
If ISO is 400 and you loose 2 stops, then you would be shooting at ISO 100, not 200.
200 ISO would be only 1 stop difference from 400.
Really? And you needed a video tutorial to explain this?
Zan, you can put either 15 or 19 mm rods under Pandora, like you would with any normal rig.
Let me tell you that if your problems are flares, then you could easily flag that out with a piece of black wrap or on-camera flags. A mate-box is particularly useful when using filters...you know, to hold them.......
It doesn't matter if you like flares, using filters or whatever...Pandora might be a solution for you, or not.
Also, you should be aware that in different parts of the World there are different ways of shooting, different budget considerations and more needs than feature film shooting...so yeah, there are people that find audio straight to camera a WAY better solution than audio to an audio recorder, and then syncing...I guess you are not one of them, but don't be so naive to think that the way you shoot is the only way it should be done!