Some additional samples follow.
Diopter filming of Mongolian artifacts & Certificate of Congressional Recognition
JJ Osbun is Congressionally recognized for his work in film. He grew up with photography; even built himself a dark room where he manipulated celluloid and formed a foundation for what would later become a profession. JJ studied business and international law, then tacked back toward the arts and moved to Los Angeles.
A decade later he is an award winning producer, director, writer, cinematographer, editor, & VFX artist. JJ has worked on prime time television shows and studio features, but most of his energies have gone towards cultural and socio-political documentaries shot in China.
He built a unique camera kit that allows for cinema quality capture, while maintaining a light and agile footprint. Gear list below.
JJ works both independently and as Vice President of Monarex Hollywood alongside fellow writer/producer/director Chris D. Nebe.
More information can be found here: IMDb & Monarex
Working with fellow cinematographer Ed Wu, and 1st Joseph Soria on location in Beijing
Camera + support:
BMPCC + 4k BMC
Arri Alura 18-80 (T2.6)
Arri Alura 45-250 (T2.6)
Zeiss ZF.2 primes (21, 25, 35, 50, 85)
Duclos modified Tokina 11-16mm PL mount
Inspire with X5
Matthews Floatcam HD Slider
2 O’Connor 1030DS fluid heads
2 O’Connor Carbon Fiber 2-stage sticks
CineGears single axis wireless remote (follow focus)
Preston Micro Force V+F3
Inovativ Scout 37
Audio (lavs + shotguns)
Kino 400 Diva
3 Nila Zailas
1 Nila Varsa
Mac Pro - 16 core 3.1Ghz Xeon
64 GB DDR4 RAM
4 x 980Ti GPUs
Adobe Creative Suite
Cinema 4D w/ 2 Octane nodes