A group of Red Bull skateboarders including six-time X-Games Gold Medalist Leticia Bufoni, Lore Bruggeman, and Aldana Bertran turned London’s National History Museum into a skatepark and film crews using Canon cameras, including the Canon PowerShot V10 and Canon EOS R5, were there to capture it.
Other cameras used by the film crew included the Canon EOS C500 Mark II, which features a 5.9K full frame sensor, and the Canon EOS C300 Mark III, which incorporates Canon’s 4K Super 35mm DGO sensor with 4K 120P slow motion.
One of the set pieces captured at the museum was a ‘bullet-time’ moment where Red Bull skate athlete Leticia Bufoni kick-flipped over the skeleton of a Velociraptor, which was achieved with the team at technical production agency The Flash Pack via a rig of 64 Canon DSLRs.
Red Bull skate athlete Leticia Bufoni said, ‘It was a historic moment for the skate scene. We are used to being kicked out of museums or their grounds, but on this occasion the Natural History Museum allowed us to come inside and create a park around their stuff. They had obviously never had ramps in there so it was cool to create them all and skate this once-in-a-lifetime experience.’
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